Quaderns d'àudio (Audio Notebooks) is a collection of publications of texts relating to RWM programming. The objective of these publications is to complement the lines of work developed by the radio through the critical edition of hard-to-find works that are important for understanding and delving into sound art in the fields of both music and contemporary art.
The texts are presented in downloadable, printable PDF format. The text layout allows different forms of assemblage: from basic stapling to Japanese Binding, so that the end result can be similar to a conventional publication.
This essay addresses a number of concerns relevant to understanding the listening experience within art and everyday life.
How processes and systems were applied in early experimental music.
Chris Cutler investigates how the fact and the practice of sound recording have transformed every aspect of production and reception in the field of organised sound, creating wholly new genres and understandings.
"Radio Music" connects three examples from the history of the potential of the radio receiver as musical instrument.
A compilation of a series of previously unpublished graphic scores made by Barber in Yokohama (Japan) in 2005.
An introduction to the work and methodology of Japanese artist Yasunao Tone. The essay is based upon several conversations with the artist and some of his collaborators.