Each release of this new generation of records shows patterns of shapes according to their content, so that each disc, besides being sound object, becomes an object that is also visual by itself, being the “art” of the cover something more close an infographic to better understand its interior poetic.The key to this is that the new recordings are clean showing the sound track you want to hear and no more, it is about generating long enough samples to be seen in the grooves of the record.
A first encounter with hidden Human Frequencies (Bogotá 2017)During the months of June to September of 2017 in the city of Bogotá Colombia the artist Daniel Lara Ballesteros called individually about 40 people to conduct interviews as a series of tests to find specific reactions of resonance for sympathy and each individual. The sounds presented in this recording are the result of the interviews where each participant learned and applied the technique of dowsing to identify the cycles per second that make up the internal vibrations of his body. The values and combinations of cycles per second found in each individual have been interpreted by digital oscillators that reproduce and amplify their sound at levels that are perceptible to the human ear and provokes in the listeners diverse stimuli of resonance for sympathy.
Cantos de un Yarumo (Bogotá 2017)An interpretation about hidden vibrations inside a Yarumo tree.
Jardín Sonoro # 1 (Bogotá 2017)Sound composition based on low frequencies sounds found in three tropical plants of Central America, “Hand of Bear”, “Yarumo”, “Brugmansia”.
Unique version in 7-inch handmade record Cover book for the record, illustrated by hand in ink on paper by the same artist.