- Terziruolo # 02
- Emiliano Romanelli
- 333 Loops (Volume 1)
- CD + letterpress print & DL, 35 minutes, edition of 200
- Release date: 14th April 2014
- 1 – Part I – 000148 of 110889 – 15′00″
- 2 – Part II – 000149 of 110889 – 11′00″
- 3 – Part III – 000150 of 110889 – 9′00″
Recorded live at the cloister of Ex Convento dei Cappuccini, Colli del Tronto, Italy as part of Within 01 festival, on Friday 13th September 2013, 10:45 PM.
Emiliano Romanelli: 4 of 333 loops, computer with custom software, usb audio interface, mixing board, quadraphonic sound diffusion
- Recorded by Alessandro Romano
- Mastered by Giuseppe Ielasi
- Photography by Fabio Perletta
- Printed by Ben Owen for Middle Press
- Cover photo taken at Ex Convento's botanical garden.
“The future is a monotonous instrument” (Francis Picabia). 333 Loops (Volume 1) is the first chapter of a CD/DL live series, which documents the sound events generated by the homonymous modular system, designed in 2011 by the Italian musician Emiliano Romanelli.
The system is composed by an archive of 333 pre-recorded sound loops, produced between 2008 and 2011 by a sound synthesis software played in different acoustic environments, and documented mainly with internal microphones of several digital and analog portable recorders. Subsequently, by a custom software (2 loop players, 2 EQs, 4 delays, 1 digital room reverb, 4 LFOs), the loops are used as modules in a random process of juxtapositions (A//B) and multiplications (333²), able to generate live 110889 sound events to be diffused in the room via a multichannel sound system. 333 Loops as a possible field of investigation, lasting between 110889 seconds and 110889 years.
The Volume 1 is the stereo documentation of the quadraphonic live performance at the medieval cloister of Ex Convento dei Cappuccini, Colli del Tronto, Italy as part of Within 01 festival, on Friday 13th September 2013, 10:45 PM. This album also represents Romanelli's live and discographic debut, after over 13 years with the multimedia duo Tu m' (1998–2011).