Trevor Jones studio sessions
A series of site-specific generative audio pieces composed over a period of several months to be performed employing bespoke software in the control room of the Trevor Jones Studio in York UK and in an attempt to establish a sonorous architecture within the room that challenges its aesthetic qualities and functionality. Via non-standard recording techniques and intuitive phonography a number of studio audio works emerged out of these sessions.
A selection from the ‘Trevor Jones studio sessions’, totalling 00h:44m:12s, has been released in CDR by the now defunct label Agxivatein (Athens GR). The album has been met with enthusiasm by critics internationally, with e.g. Josh Landry suggesting that “This is one of the most challenging albums I have listened to. First ask yourself how far you’re willing to go into the realm of sound for its own sake, and realize this is about as far in as it’s possible to go” and Frans de Waard concluding that it is “Powerful in all its roughness but also in all it’s silence it forces itself upon the listener and pierce in your head. Great!”.