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Yvat

Yvat

Yvat


yvat lives in Bucharest, Romania managing his own sound design company , MEDIA SOUND DESIGN, there. As a professional sound designer, yvat implied himself in sampling industry and collaborated with Power FX, from Sweden and Ueberschall Sample Service GmbH, from Germany. At the present, he is one of Power Fx producers and his works can be found on company’s web site www.powerfx.com. yvat’s first release “Concert for Violin and Analog Orchestra” has been produced by Experimental Seafood Records, from Birmingham, UK. Read more on Last.fm
yvat lives in Bucharest, Romania managing his own sound design company , MEDIA SOUND DESIGN, there. As a professional sound designer, yvat implied himself in sampling industry and collaborated with Power FX, from Sweden and Ueberschall Sample Service GmbH, from Germany. At the present, he is one of Power Fx producers and his works can be found on company’s web site www.powerfx.com. yvat’s first release “Concert for Violin and Analog Orchestra” has been produced by Experimental Seafood Records, from Birmingham, UK. The album received positive reviews and parts of it were played during John Peel’s Show and on Mixing It show broadcasted by BBC Radio 3. A series of another 3 albums followed on the Analog Orchestra cycle, being released under the same label: “Analog Orchestra”, “yvat—live” and “fill ins”. Together with Justin Wiggan from “dotb” and “geography of nowhere” a new project '"Robotii nu se pot ruga'" was found and four different releases appeared under this name: “camera comuna”, “light aversion”, "weird white feathers fall all across the country’’—produced by the same label, Experimental Seafood Records--and “the 20-th century fake book”—produced by UAVTAPE U.K.

, respectively. One of the tracks from “Camera Comuna”, namely “flori crescand, mere muscate” represented Experimental Seafood Records on the “supersonic Treats From the City of Birmingham”, released by Capsule as an overview of their participation at SONAR festival-Barcelona, 2004. Other three projects have been released under “SubliminalTapeClub” from Belgium— “Geophone”, “Amusia” and “Blue Cones”. These are the result of a track change in yvat’s creative approach, by embracing more electronic tendencies. A multimedia project combining yvat’s characteristic sound and row videos made by Romanian art designers Alexe Popescu and Paul Dersidan resulted in a series of DVD-s released by “La Strada Music” under the title “yvat&cut raw videos” and “folium”, respectively. A different approach, adding melodic hues to the former geometrical sound concluded to a new release—Cyma—under Cactus Island Recordings, U.K. Same label included one of yvat’s songs on a compilation—Brittle Behaviour. Another yvat album appeared in 2006 is Oar, produced by Minor Label, from Germany, an art project combining yvat’s music with animation films (frame by frame).

The product has a powerful visual impact by using unconventional materials and packaging techniques. At the same label recently appeared a compilation including one of yvat’s tracks. Blending together Martine Viard’s astonishing voice from George Aperghis’s “Récitations” (1978) and yvat’s electronic textures, PHONEMA, one of the latest yvat’s projects, creates a powerful acoustic impact. The album has been produced by La Strada Music” and is the first yvat project released on Romanian market. In the fall of 2006, ±g6pd records from Israel produced Chroma, an album presenting a new approach, much compliant with technical and mechanical sound, complex textures emerging from modern electronic constructions. Read more on Last.fm.

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