Thomas Jackson Park uses recordings of static and noise from old shortwave radios made with contact microphones to find new music. This is the latest release under his Grid Resistor project: Mu.

Thomas Jackson Park (formerly known as Mystified) has undertaken a new approach to post-industrial age music with Grid Resistor. For this project he used contact microphones to make recordings of machines and appliances. These recordings were then processed digitally to find the hidden harmonics and rhythms. His latest release, Mu, focuses on finding the harmonies and rhythms in the noise produced by old shortwave radios.

Grid Resistor is Thomas Jackson Park’s first post-Mystified project. The Grid resister series is limited to twenty four releases, one for each letter of the Greek alphabet. (With a couple of side-project collaborations.) Mu is the final recording to be released in the series.

Catalog Information

Catalog No: CAEX0004
Style: Experimental
Release Date: September 26th, 2017
License: CC BY-NC-SA 4.0


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