This music of Chloros was written in 2009-2010 and explores the audio qualities of radio and sine waves and how they interact with each other along with other mechanisms such as feedback, digital manipulation, and analogue distortion.
Daniel Steffey – shortwave radio, Audacity, Max/MSP, custom built feedback boxes, ¼” reel-to-reel tape machines, cassette recorders, and an HP oscillator
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"The Radio Pieces Movements 1-7 are seven short compositions with radio-waves and in these short moments Daniel Steffey really make statements about his exploration."- Vital Weekly
"Chloros will have a handful of experiment-hungry audiophiles arguing that its merits lie in its inaccessibility...sounds like the score to a film that hasn’t been made..." - ReGen