Saturday, December 09, 2006

Podcast: Hairpin Turns

ko's reading of Hairpin Turns


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10 Comments:

Blogger Sarah M. Sala said...

wow. I think the reading is more traumatizing than the poem. kudos

5:44 PM  
Anonymous SirNuke said...

GroundWorks (inside the Media Union) on North campus has a very nice recording studio that is open to students/staff/public.

Link

6:28 PM  
Blogger AHFB said...

Yeah, sorry for some of the audio issues (e.g. "myth" being really loud, the mic getting blown on): this was done w/ only one take. thanks for the link, sirnuke

6:35 PM  
Anonymous ko said...

ummm yeah this was just a test run actually! and then we got sidetracked playing around with all the effects (omg if you reverse it says "i heart satan" omg totally)... so when it came time to do it for real we were sick of recording stuff. ah well. another time.

10:59 PM  
Anonymous MEG said...

...If this guy is a resident at Columbia, I feel so much better about my own feeble attempts.

12:10 AM  
Blogger AHFB said...

not only is he a resident at columbia, but apparently on top of that his poems are (it seems) read for class here at UMich.

Run the guy's name through Google if you want a bio.

12:17 AM  
Anonymous Mer said...

That was *fantastic*. The tremulosity of Ko's voice was a perfect reflection of the (searching for a word here) assulosity of the poetry.

11:19 PM  
Anonymous dave said...

I noticed a mention of the Media Union. If you want, there is a "sites" lab on the third floor of the School of Ed building. You can do your media work there. Though I am not sure you can record there, you can definitely touch it up if need be.

Also, I just found out about this blog from my room-mate. It is hilarious. But now I am paranoid. My goal is to not rely on the fishbowl.

3:34 PM  
Anonymous iheartrockwell said...

OMGOMGOMG this poem uses ROCKWELL!!!!!11!!

3:22 AM  
Blogger AHFB said...

haha, thats one of the best commenter names i've seen.

3:25 AM  

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