radia season 40 – show #677 (radio x) – RESOUNDING BANGALORE (RE) by GABI SCHAFFNER
– playing from march 19 to march 25, 2018 –


"Sounds in India are strangely alive! For me, they form autonomous entities: a bell resounding through layers of different memories, the swish of a broom dusting flights of cerebral chambers, a train travelling beyond the boundaries of one’s own biography. ‘Resounding Bangalore’ is a journey in itself and an invitation to cherish an indigenous sound world played back through the ears of a “stranger”…… with no constraints to timelines and topographies.

‘Resounding Bangalore’ was composed on the occasion of an epigynous radio art performance in India, when I was staying there within the frame of the Goethe Institute’s BangaloREsidency in collaboration with the arts and media collective maraa. This radia edit is a slightly extended version of it."

[Gabi Schaffner)

RE = RADIA EDIT = This piece is a special pre-edit for radia by raw audio.

is an interdisciplinary sound artist, curator, writer and photographer based in Berlin.
Travelling forms a vital part of her work – as a source for sound and language recordings but also as “a rite of passage” enabling the artist to explore alternative narrative structures. Her works in the field of radio art have been broadcast internationally, including commissions for Deutschlandradio, SWR, ABC Australia and many more. In 2012 and 2014, she staged in collaboration with Pit Schultz/ a garden radio station in Berlin and in Giessen, Hessia, both featuring international as well as local artists and gardeners. Since 2011 she has been creating several shows for .

Find out more about her projects at and at

radia production: miss.gunst [GUNST + radiator x]
production date: fabriary 2018
station: radio x, frankfurt am main (germany)
length: 28 min.
licence: (cc-by-nc) GABI SCHAFFNER

great many thanks to GABI SCHAFFNER!

additional info:
includes radia jingles (in/out), station and program info/intro (english)

radio x & radiator x:
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(c) Gabi Schaffner

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Show 676: radiAphonium by Anne-Laure Lejosne & Soizic Lebrat (Jet fm)


Please for this show, put your headphones !!!

What is binaural sound ? It’s a recording technique that try to reproduce the natural human hearing, created by our head and ears. This three dimensional acoustic experience is not a new idea, it’s been experimented since the 60’s. But it seems there is a new boom for binaural recordings…

With some musicians and dancers, we decided to experiment this binaural stuff, recording sounds simply using 2 little DPA microphones stuck in our ears in order to create new sensations to our listeners. This project is called RADIOPHONIUM. And here are some « work in progress » pieces extract from our experimental sessions.

Bon voyage…

1/ Drei Punkt #1 – (5’20) / by Anne-Laure Lejosne
Flutes: Juliette Faure
Cello : Soizic Lebrat
Danse : Alice Duchêne
Switching between Alice and Juliette’s ears.

2/ Dispositif BACH : Prélude
D’après le prélude de la 1ere suite pour violoncelle seul de Johann Sebastian Bach.
2 speakers and one cellist playing the Prelude with different speed and one dancer carrying the microphones in her ears. Can you hear the movement ?

3/ Cello à roue électrique et à archet & appeaux #1 – (4’46) / by Anne-Laure Lejosne
Roue électrique actionnée sur le violoncelle, doublée par 2 hauts-parleurs disposés de façon à former un triangle. Les microphones miniatures sont dans les oreilles de la preneuse de son, en mouvement : élévations rapides devant les HP, tourbillons…

4/ La petite hirondelle
Cello : Soizic Lebrat
Voice : Alice Duchêne
Microphones in Soizic’s ears

5/ Dispositif BACH : Sarabande
Danse and ears : Alice Duchêne

6/ Sol #2 – (4’) / by Anne-Laure Lejosne
Dispositif de captation binaurale sur les oreilles de la violoncelliste et sur la danseuse Juliette. Quelques superpositions des 2 captations.
Cello : Soizic Lebrat
Voice : Alice Duchêne
Flute : Anne-Laure Lejosne

7/ Dispositif BACH : Gigue
Danse and ears : Alice Duchêne

8/ Sol#1#2#3 – (3’35) / by Soizic Lebrat


Le binaural est une technique d’enregistrement cherchant à reproduire la perception sonore naturelle humaine. En quelques mots, l’écoute binaurale consiste à reproduire un espace tridimensionnel en reproduisant les indices qu’utilise notre cerveau pour situer les sons dans l’espace (latéralité, profondeur, élévation). Ces indices de localisation spatiale découlent, comme pour les couples microphoniques stéréo, de différences de temps et d’intensité, mais également des transformations spectrales qu’opère la morphologie de l’auditeur.
La captation binaurale propose donc de reproduire le champ sonore induit au niveau des oreilles de l’auditeur/preneur de son, en prenant en compte sa morphologie. Concrètement il s’agit de placer deux microphones miniatures dans le creux de l’oreille du preneur de son. Pour bénéficier de la sensation d’immersion que procure le binaural, le port d’un casque est obligatoire !

« Radiophonium » est un projet en cours de construction, élaboré par la violoncelliste Soizic Lebrat et Anne-Laure Lejosne à la prise de son. Ce projet musical protéiforme place, au cœur de l’écriture, l’écoute des performeurs grâce à cette fameuse technique de l’enregistrement binaural, à savoir 2 micro miniatures glissés dans nos oreilles. L’auditeur se retrouve alors dans les oreilles des performeurs. Il entre dans l’intimité du musicien(ne) ou du danseur(se). Une façon de mettre l’oreille à nu et de donner accès à ce qui met en mouvement le performeur, avec l’espoir de percer un peu de ce mystère de l’écoute…


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Show 675: cancelled

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Show 674: Speeches by Kinga Tóth, Opcion, Patrick Wurzwallner and Max Höfler (Radio Helsinki)

by Kinga Tóth, Opcion, Patrick Wurzwallner and Max Höfler

1. The expression of or the ability to express thoughts and feelings by articulate sounds.
‘he was born deaf and without the power of speech’
1.1. A person’s style of speaking.
‘she wouldn’t accept his correction of her speech’
2. A formal address or discourse delivered to an audience.
‘he gave a speech about the company’
2.1. A sequence of lines written for one character in a play.
‘Antony’s speech over Caesar’s body’

Old English sprǣc, sprēc, later spēc, of West Germanic origin: related to Dutch spraak, German Sprache, also to speak.

speech /spiːtʃ/

listen to speeches


Opcion (electronics)
Kinga Tóth (vox, fx)
Max Höfler (vox, fx)
Patrick Wurzwallner (drums)

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Show 673: Samvær Under Tilsün ON ICE (Radio Nova)

Samvær Under Tilsün ON ICE is a live recording of S.U.T. performing in Spikersuppa Lydgalleri, an outdoor venue for sound art and music located at a skating rink in central Oslo, Norway.

3rd of february 2018 – Weather report: slightly overcast, sub-zero temperature.

Samvær Under Tilsün* is: Øyvind Mellbye and Einar Goksøyr Åsen. S.U.T plays hardware freeform tekno using 4093 megasynth and eurorack modular synth.

Previous Samvær Under Tilsün: Winter Solstice 2017, Sonic theme park 2017 Økern, Winter Solstice 2016, The balustrade at Deichmanske Library – Oslo Skaperfestival, Emmanuel Vigelands Mausoleum, Revolver – Ultima Decompression Night, Skur 40 – ILAF multi art festival and Fetveits residence at Godlia.

Learn more about S.U.T at (ENG) or (NOR)


*Socializing Under Supervision

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Show 672: Strangeness by Erik Lintunen (Resonance FM)

STRANGENESS: a documentary composition exploring everyday emergences of weirdness across both human and non-human lifeworlds – a combination of eld recordings, interviews and other sonic obscurities that voice perspectives on the absurdity of living.

The broadcast is a contribution from Erik Lintunen – a young sound artist currently studying and working in London – on behalf of Resonance FM.

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Show 671: Pythagoras’ String Part I by Kristian Eliasson (for Kanal 103)

Pythagoras’ String Part I

The piece is a mix of field recordings and music made over a long period of time. Everything is structured around theories of human development.

It is an experiment of mixing parts of my creative history together, that was never intended to be experienced together. The connecting point of the different pieces is me, the composer.

Voice Narrator: Jan Palmkvist

Some of the people that appears: Jon Benbow, Prof. S.K Chakraborty, Gorana Pop-Georgieva, Ken Blawatt, Beppe Eliasson

Kristian Eliasson is a composer, musician and field recordist. He is part of

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Show 670: Turvalíngua by Nuno Pinto & Paulo Raposo (RadioZero)

Departing from the reading and performing experience of PO-EX, an ongoing archive of portuguese experimental poetry, this piece explores the mouth and tongue organs as sound tool to engage in an unstable balance between pre-verbal forms and collapsing discursive fragments which bring forward the interstices of language, all with a somehow black humour approach. Portuguese spoken only.

Nuno Marques Pinto is a multidisciplinary artist. He works on theatre, performance and painting, combining these tools to build a singular voice. His work shares a reflection on language and sound and aims to question or highlight the mecanisms of control in contemporany speech.

Paulo Raposo

Nuno Pinto: Voice.
Paulo Raposo: other sounds
Voice recording and editing by Pedro Centeno (parva edições independentes)
Produced and zemixed for by Paulo Raposo

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Show 669: Bodies of Water by Laura Irving for Soundart Radio

This piece is a sound meditation on impact of water; how sounds of water affect humans, and how human sound effect the aquatic ecosystem.

Using interviews, field recordings and archive footage (including from GM’s ‘Futurama’ exhibit of the New York World Fair of 1939), Bodies of Water looks at how we evolve and progress, and whether the tide of development we’ve been sold is actually taking us toward a destination we want to arrive at.

Produced and mixed by Laura Irving ( Mastered by Jean Paul DuBock

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Show 668: “Radio Souvenir” by Radio Picnic (Radio Campus Bruxelles)

Radio Souvenir

A portrait made with the memory of Aless, Caroline, Vera, Christophe, Victor, Ychaï, Eleonora, Pauline, Franco, Vincent, Jole, Paul, Izabella, Héloïse, Arthur, Electra, Susie, Aline.

First episode of a collective memory investigation by Radio Picnic.

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