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Current YouTube site, 2012 – present

This is my current Youtube. In 2020, I will be producing Elections Coverage and other content here as MTK2020. There will also be a blog here in the tabs above, starting January 1st, 2020.

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First YouTube Site, India, 2007

This was the first time I ever used Youtube – in India as I was turning 40. I lost the password so this account just hovers in Internet space, inaccessible to me. But my favorite from it is still the actual first video I ever composed and uploaded to the net:

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First Vimeo Site, California 2009 – 2011

I like Vimeo. But I still haven’t really had the gear to take advantage of its quality, but there’s quite a bit of good stuff here, including live performanes and gorgeous photography of landscapes and flora and fauna of California and elsewhere.

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and here’s an NYC thing I produced called AUDIOMAGAZINE, 1998

In Spring of 1998, Brent Kirkpatrick, Gordon Borsa and I produced 5,000 30-minute cassette tapes (15-minute A-side, 15-minute B) of what we called Ting! an audio magazine.

tingaudzine001  tingaudzinebside002

and we scattered them around New York so people could listen to them on their commute and feed back; left ’em on subways and benches and in the park and at bars and restaurants and artshows and whatnot.

Spring of ’98 was special in New York, and this project was about what it sounded like to us seventeen years ago. We collected both natural sounds and produced stuff around New York under the hypothesis that the sounds of New York would be seasonal. It was an incredible project. I mean, this has Kurt Masur conducting Mozart’s Requiem at the helm of the Phil at Avery Fisher on quarter-inch tape! all kinds of crazy stuff.

The following video is only a ten minute excerpt from the hours of stuff we collected, really doesn’t do the project justice, but it does have some text as explanation of how the audio magazine works; the ethos of the project. If you listen closely with earphones and follow the text, it’s better …

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