Saturday, February 08, 2003

Music made out of tones that you can't always hear — but you can feel. The artists who make microsound think that even minute sonic changes can affect us. We asked three composers — Dan Abrams, Steve Roden, and Taylor Deupree — to tell us about their fascination with microsounds. Produced by Michael Raphael.


Michael Raphael

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