Monday 12th October, 2015
Crash Ensemble founding member and Sound Engineer Jimmy Eadie takes part in this years Hearsay Festival
Collision: Trio for Piano and Voice printed to Vinyl Disc cut at 45 RPM
3 minutes’ [...or as long as you want!]
There's a strange beauty in sound that is unknown and unheard by anyone before it reaches our ears. Jimmy Eadie theatre sound designer with Pan Pan and founding member of the Crash Ensemble is creating a very special installation piece for HearSay that explores how sounds interact and combine to create something new
3 vinyl records will be pressed each containing the same material, when played back not synced together, the material will collide and marry to create a unique piece each time it is played. Voice side A and Piano side B, cut at 45RPM. The piece is of indeterminate length with multifold playback configuration.
Enter and take your seat in the armchair as the needles lifts.
HearSay Festival celebrates excellence in creative audio.
Over 3 days and nights of sound, story and sharing taking over the mountain village of Kilfinane, Co. Limerick, the festival is a hub of audio activity and interactions between creators and listeners. Crossing disciplines, passionate discussions, compelling insights, creative challenges and the most compelling audio from around the world.
The programme includes international award-winning contributors from all disciplines of creative audio radio features, film sound, sound art, theatre sound, music, drama ...
Events take place in ever nook and cranny from village streets to hair salons, sitting rooms to churches!