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Sound/Unsound Exhibition Features Student Work From Music 34: Advanced Sound Design and Digital Music

(11/15/13 8:00am)

Pickling noises tickle my ears as I walk in to the Sound/Unsound Exhibition. There are ten or so exhibits spaced across the two rooms of the Hopkins Center Garage (just next to the Courtyard Café), plus an exhibit in a storage area too small to call its own room. The exhibits are the products of current and past students of Music 34: Advanced Sound Design and Digital Music. Undergraduate and graduate students attended the reception on Nov. 14, and were treated with delectable hors d' oeuvresand wine for those of age. The exhibits challenge traditional listening experiences with interactive elements. They were all strangely mysterious, for the most part, bending sounds into high and low frequencies based on three-dimensional motion, lights and buttons, for example. Many of the descriptions for the works only vaguely explained what was happening, much of the experience was up for individual interpretation. There was also mystery in the visual displays of the exhibits, serving as more than audio experiences; one of the works converted vibrations into a visual “pattern” onto the floor, for example.

Daily Debriefing

(11/14/13 11:53pm)

Bowing to weeks of pressure from both sides of the aisle due to a botched rollout of, President Obama announced yesterday that he would reverse course and allow insurance companies to keep individuals on canceled health insurance plans temporarily, The New York Times reported. The plans were originally canceled because they did not meet the standards required by the Affordable Care Act. Obama took the blame for the both the technical problems of the online marketplace and faulting on his promise to allow Americans to keep their current plans should they choose to. The announcement eased anxiety of Congressional Democrats who were worried that the floundering system would hurt them come midterm elections.