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Show 982: Oniric Reverberations (TEAFM Radio Workshop)

Oniric reverberations refer to the echoes and residual effects of dreams or dream-like experiences. The term “oniric” is derived from the Greek word “oneiros,” meaning dream. When we delve into the realm of dreams, we often encounter a surreal and … Continue reading

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Show 959: RADioArt Version2024 (by Chuse Fernandez, TEA FM Radio Workshop)

ˈɹeɪdiˌoʊˈɑrt Radio art is an aural art form made with sound. Artists use radio technology (i.e. radio transmission, airwaves) to communicate artistic compositions for interpretation – exposing their audience to alternate means to experiencing their art through sound verses visualization.   Radio Art contributes to … Continue reading

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Show 935: Can we talk, dear AI? (by Chuse Fernandez, TEA FM Radio Workshop)

Artificial Intelligence is surrounding our lives almost without realizing it. Perhaps we are at that turning point and even of “no return”. What we are going to listen to next is a simple experiment in which we are going to … Continue reading

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Show 871: IN MEMORIAM. RAYMOND MURRAY SCHAFER by TEA FM

Revered Canadian composer and author R. Murray Schafer has died Aug. 14 after a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease at age 88. Regularly described by colleagues as a man of extraordinary innovation and communicative ability, Schafer was one of Canada’s … Continue reading

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show 844: GOYA 275 by TEA FM

Francisco de Goya es considerado uno de los más grandes artistas de la historia, considerado como el padre del Arte Contemporáneo. Este año 2021 se conmemora el 275 aniversario del nacimiento de este aragonés universal. Es indudable que Francisco de Goya … Continue reading

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Show 819: Radio Fragrance (How the sound smells) from TEA FM

Smell UK:*/ˈsmɛl/US:/smɛl/ ,(smel)verb (used with object), smelled or smelt, smell·ing.The past form “smelt” is mainly used in UK English. It is correct in US English, but rare. to perceive the odor or scent of through the nose by means of … Continue reading

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Show 794: More than a Pandemia (TEA FM)

Accelerated by a virus, we have suddenly found ourselves in a possible future. The existen-tial threat appears as if through a magnifying glass, allowing us to perceive the state of the world with increased clarity. With astonishment, we have seen … Continue reading

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Show 768: El Mundo Grita / The World Screams by TEAFM & RESONAR & CPR

It was early October, just a few weeks before the social explosion that rocked Chile in the whole length of its strange geography. An explosion that, in late November, resulted in over 20 deaths, hundreds of mutilated, thousands injured, an … Continue reading

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Show 741: Tell them not to kill me. A mexican tale by Juan Rulfo. TEA FM Radio School.

Juan Rulfo, in full Juan Nepomuceno Carlos Pérez Rulfo Vizcaíno, (born May 16, 1917, Acapulco, Mexico — died January 7, 1986, Mexico City), Mexican writer who is considered one of the finest novelists and short-story creators in 20th-century Latin America, … Continue reading

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Show 713: TEA FM. Sounds views from another places

A brief resume from 10 years of radio creation and experimentation workshop, trying to make posible another kind of radio broadcasts. Three words are our rules: Imagination ( noun) imag·​i·​na·​tion | \i-ˌma-jə-ˈnā-shən  \ 1: the act or power of forming a mental image of something not present … Continue reading

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