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The fundamental sound is constructed from a recording of radiophonic white noise with the mid to upper frequencies extracted. The sound was then processed through delay, harmonic, and reverberation modulators to generate a succession of extended and imbricated echoes. At the same time, the equalisation of the frequencies and the parameters of the reverberation were altered manually, inconsistently, and repeatedly throughout the composition.

Source Text
Lord, bless me now – touch my life with hope.

Source Reference
Stephen Chilton [diary] May 2, 2010.


from Seven Prayers for Stephen Chilton: Requiem [album], released November 2, 2021


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John Harvey Ceredigion, UK

I’m a practitioner and historian of sound art and visual art, and Emeritus Professor of Art at the School of Art, Aberystwyth University, UK. My research field is the sonic and visual culture of religion. I explore the sonic articulations of the Christian religion by engaging visual, textual, and audible sources, theological and cultural ideas, and systemic and audiovisualogical processes. ... more

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