Pronounced [ahy-on-uh-sond] ; A scientific apparatus that measures the reflectivity of the ionosphere, the outer must layer of the earth that protects us from cosmic radiation and aids in global communication.
Ionosonde Recordings is a netlabel from Detroit Michigan U.S.A. that focuses on experimental, ambient, sound collage, and electronic music. All music presented on this website is free to download, which goes to say that their are no strings attach, it is genuinely FREE MUSIC (with the acceptation of special CD-r releases). The artist(s) willfully release their music under the Creative Commons
Ionosonde recordings was created by sound artist and producer Richard Sudney (a.k.a Telegraphy) in January of 2011 from the closure of it's parent project metal-oxide-malfunction
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ionosonderec on 08/08/2012 at 10:44PM
video and music by: Telegraphy
A single point of light in space has a infinite number of light paths it can travel. This is the general theory of how scientist explain light in a three dimensional environment. This example can be taken literally when applying it to a terrestrial landscape, a landscape fill with infinite possibility of color, texture and shape.
Telegraphy's "Patterson Park", one of three tracks on his "Spiricom" album, compiles infinite landscapes from a single point of light. This ten minute video is a series of flowers and plants under the influence of said light. Captured at night, the sweeping flash light exposes unseen forms and textures that is only visible with a single point of light.
ionosonderec on 07/16/2012 at 04:31PM
photo and words by: Telegraphy
Detroit manufacturing V 2.0
Illford PanF 50 120 f=16 at 1/60 sec. Toned print with emerald ink.
During the weekends on my days off of work, I ride my bike around the downtown area of Detroit. With a heavy backpack on my back filled with film cameras and a tripod strapped to the side, I search around for interesting areas of Detroit to photograph. Beyond the end of the Dequinder Cut (which is a bike path constructed on top of a abandoned railway bed) there is this opened field of tall grass with a abandoned factory in the distance. This, in my opinion depicts what Detroit is turning into; A rural landscaped in the heart of a major American city. A city that the U.S. forgot. Politics, crime, drugs, and just plain irresponsibility are all a factor in the deconstruction of what was once a great American city.
Derelict side of the bridge
Illford PanF 50 120 f=16 at 1/60 sec. Toned print with emerald ink
I'm sure you have seen many photograph's of this bridge (the Bel isle bridge). But I never seen photos of this bridge taken on the south side. Why? Well the south side of this bridge is not a place to be alone in. It's overgrown and hidden. Access to this inconspicuous place is a maze of dirt paths that have been warn-down by fishermen, the homeless, drug users, and prostitutes. Empty liqueur bottles blanket the ground along the river shoreline. Taking your bike through here is not recommended.