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radia show # 262 ritmi di milano


Ritmi di Milano – un ritratto sonoro di Milano prodotto da Painè Cuadrelli – segna l’ingresso ufficiale di Radio Papesse nella programmazione di RADIA.[audio=RITMIDIMILANO_RADIA_RADIOPA.mp3]Con piacere inauguriamo la serie di trasmissioni Radia proprio con Painè Cuadrelli e proprio con un ritratto di Milano, la stessa città che nel 1954 Luciano Berio e Bruno Maderna ritrassero nel primo pezzo di musica elettronica mai registrato nel nuovo Studio di Fonologia Musicale della Radiotelevisione Italiana, un reportage in cui la voce recitante si sovrappone a suoni ed effetti rumoristici.Un lavoro prodotto a partire solo da registrazioni ambientali quello di Cuadrelli, ottenuto registrando e manipolando i suoni di Milano in un collage di brevi frammenti ritmati. ‘Suoni di Milano’ è pensato come un soundwalk modificato dove le registrazioni ambientali vengono trasformate, tagliate mixate e remixate fino ad ottenere qualcosa di completamente diverso ma che allo stesso tempo mantiene traccia della texture iniziale.Le registrazioni sono state fatte – solo per dare alcuni riferimenti geografici – in Piazza Duomo, alla Triennale, al Parco Sempione in vari momenti del giorno e della notte. Nessun altro suono è stato aggiunto.On line and streaming from April 5th.Ritmi di Milano – a sound portrait of Milan produced by Painè Cuadrelli – marks our official first entry asRADIA member.From the 5th till the 11th of April, ‘Ritmi di Milano’ will be broadcast and streamed across all the RADIA radios – Resonance FM – London , Radio Grenouille, Radio Worm – Rotterdam, ORANGE 94.0 – Wien, just to name a few. You will find it on Radio Papesse as well, on monday the 5th, wednesday the 7th, friday the 9th and sunday the 11th at 6:00 pm.It is a pleasure to launch the series of productions commissioned by RADIA members, with Painè Cuadrelli and his soundwalk in Milan, the city Luciano Berio and Bruno Maderna portraied in 1954 in ‘Portrait of a city’, the first electronic music piece ever recorded at the Milan’s RAI Fonology Studios (Italian Radio and Television). As the oral narration is a primary key of this soundwork, Cuadrelli’s portrait is much more about sounds and field recording; it was produced recording sounds in the city of Milano, Italy and manipulating it into a collage of small compositions and rhythms. The show is intended as a modified soundwalk, where pieces of real-world soundscape get transformed, cut’n'pasted, mixed and remixed, becoming something else, yet keeping the original texture.Recordings were made in main spots of the city centre: Piazza del Duomo, Duomo (inside), Triennale Museum, Teatro dell’Arte, Parco Sempione, to name a few, in differents moments of the day and night.No addictional sounds were used.>>CREDITS<<produced, composed and mixed by Painè Cuadrelli forCompil8 Productionassistant: Mattia Trabucchirecordings made with; Edirol R-09, Apple iPhone with AudiofileEngineering Fire Application, Tascam DR 100sound editing made with: Audiofile Engineering Wave Editor, Bias Peakpost-production and mix made with: Ableton Live, Apple Logic Studio>>BIO<<Painè Cuadrelli (Milano 1976)Dj, music producer and sound designer, Painè Cuadrelli works since the early ‘90s in Italy and abroad.In his records and dj sets his multiple inspirations (jazz, tango, funk, hip hop, afro-beat) are re-formulated with an electronic twist in a mix o rhythms and styles for dancing and listening. From dub to broken beat, new and classic funk, hip hop, house not house, new disco and more.As producer he released two albums with the Temposphere Records label (Simplemente Asì, Spontaneous) aside from the long playing Hey Presto! with his band I Maniaci Dei Dischi, and remixes for acts like Quantic (Tru-Thoughts, Uk), Protassov (Switchstance, Ger) and Casino Royale (It).His productions were included compilations in Australia, Germany, Japan, Poland, Portugal.His eclectic style brings him to play dj sets and live shows in clubs in his city Milano (Plastic, Tunnel, Cox 18, Magazzini Generali), all over Italy (La Palma, Casa Del Jazz, Maffia, Arezzo Wave, Mercati Generali), and France (Batofar Paris, Marquise Lyon), Canada (The Goods Montreal), Uk, Austria, Usa, Argentina.He collaborated with italian radios RadioRai, Lifegate, Popolare and international broadcasters like Eurosonic, Radio 3 (Spain), Superfly Fm and Fm4 (Austria), Tilos (Hungary), Totally Radio (Uk).As sound designer produces soundtracks and installations for Art events and Exhibitions (National Museum of Singapore, Museion Bolzano, Urban Edge Show, Arte Impropria, Triennale di Milano), Design Shows and Prizes (Fritz Hansen, Elle Decor Award, Campana/Edra, Milano design week, Mont Blanc Mapa Award, Mini Design Awards), Fashion events (Mila Schon, Calvin Klein, Fornarina, Zegna, Diesel, Ferrè, Pitti Uomo) and commercial (Amex, Nokia, Breil, Mtv, Levi’s).Since 1999 Painè collaborates with visual artists and directors producing short films selected in festivals (Sonar Cinema, Monter/Sampler, Centre Pompidou Paris, Annecy, Torino Film Festival) and tv (Artè, Sky Tv, Rai Sat).He coordinates and lectures at Sound Design Course at Milan’s Istituto Europeo di Design.Leggi l’artico originale da Radio papesse- See more at: http://www.mattafunk.com/wordpress/radia-show-262-ritmi-di-milano.html#sthash.ATfpWjPE.dpuf

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