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I think it's because when I first heard a CD of his an album called Antimonument in the earlys I felt all the rules of what could be regarded as music had just slipped away. At times Merzbow seems to give us glimpses into that future soundscape Russolo imagined, but it would be fair to say that he has created something of a set of parallel universes across his vast output.
Merzbow, aka Masami Akita, seems to be the highpoint of noise music. His albums are often incredibly harsh worlds featuring the sound of machines at breaking point, in which the whole idea of what a musical piece cracks and strains.
His album Dolphin Sonar, from , illustrates his real-world interest in animal rights, particularly those of beleaguered sea mammals, but without content.
This is form as protest. Part one of three opens into a cacophony of feedback, squalls of noise and heavily distorted sounds. This gives way in part two to new layers of sound emerging from a bubbling background. In part three, there are sounds that could conceivably be dolphins. It is tempting to read the album literally, as either the violent destruction of life, or an outcry against it - except that many of the strategies of this album can be found on others.
What is happening here is something in place of content, a moment where contemplation is disrupted, with the purpose of suggesting new thoughts and sensations. PS loosely related to white noise. The happiest baby on the block book was a lifesaver for us. Highly recommend. Burning it to a CD is pretty easy, but I never needed to. You can also record it on a small recorder if you have one.
Worked for me until my son turned 14 months. If that doesn't help, there's probably not much you can do. TomekMB Guest. What exactly do you mean by "the noise"? The thing that destroys my listening pleasure is the regular "ticking" or "clicking" of the mechanism.
The amplitude of this irritating sound is somehow lower in "pause" mode, yet its frequency seems bigger in "play" mode is approx. I currently try to deteriminate whether this is intrinsic feature of this player or could it be mended somehow by authorized stuff. Could you please comment on that? May be we could sort out the problem together Your problem, as opposed to the OP's, would appear to be a tracking issue, and it should be repairable for purchased, i.Listen to your favorite songs from Songs 4 Worship: Make A Joyful Noise by Various artists Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.