Re-componiendo la Radio Mexicana

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2022-11-15

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Ediciones de las Sibilas

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(The abstract and the article, also appearingin English in this book, have been translated into Spanish:) In June 1997, I had the pleasure to participate in that year’s Callejón del Ruido festival in beautiful Guanajuato with my fellow composer-performer, Jos Zwaanenburg offering a con-cert and a masterclass. This was the first Mexican concert of my music that I had attended. I was impressed by the festival’s eclecticism and the size of its audience. More recently, CMMAS in association with ENES/UNAM in Morelia, another beautiful city, offered me my first Mexican commission. This text celebrates my modest contribution to Mexican sonic innovation by discussing the commission, the seventh work in my Radio Series, Aplican Términos y Condiciones in which radio broadcasts across Mexico recorded during a short period in 2021 provided the source material for a media remix celebrating local, national, and even global elements from (y)our daily lives.

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Sonic sampling, radio, accessible innovative music, legality of samples, Mexican culture

Citation

Landy, L. (2022) 'Re-componiendo la Radio Mexicana', in Morales Manzanares, R. and Villagómez Oviedo, C. P. (eds.) 'El Callejón del Ruido: Creacion, ideas y Tecnología resonancias e impacto (1994-2019)'. Loma Verde, MX: Ediciones de las Sibilas, pp. 223-235

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Music, Technology and Innovation - Institute for Sonic Creativity (MTI2)