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Re: archive.org has resurrected the old IUMA recordings

Cool - it's like an online museum, but fully active! :-)  In the
nineties I wrote books in Sweden about the booming online "Internet
Music" and IUMA was where it started. One of my books was commissioned
by the Swedish Arts and Culture Counsel as a recourse for educating
politicians. Nice to see parts of the legendary archive back online,
but I guess it is not complete, as it actually is labeled "Collection"

Listening to your old stuff. Nice music! Yes, the Garbage Truck piece
is exciting. Enjoying stereo field you captured in most of the field

Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen

On Mon, Oct 29, 2012 at 4:09 AM, Art Simon <simart@gmail.com> wrote:
> I found this out on the Audiomulch list, archive.org has put up all those
> old mp3s from IUMA. I was pleased to see mine:
> http://archive.org/details/iuma-art_simon
> Back in the day, I put a few audio recordings up on IUMA. I think I'm 
> most
> proud of the ones I'd made on my old minidisc recorder from my trip to
> Malaysia. If you are interested, I thought the "Jungle Sounds" from Taman
> Negara came out pretty well as well as the "Orang Asli" performance. I 
> also
> really liked the recording of the garbage truck driving up to my 
> apartment
> at 5 am one morning in San Francisco.
> --
> Art Simon
> simart@gmail.com