Bat Cage on 60×60 Wave Farm Mix


Wave Farm’s WGXC 90.70-FM (and

Saturday March 7 at 8:00 PM EST

Wave Farm will be brodacasting the premiere of the 60×60 Wave Farm mix on WGXC 90.7-FM. The Radio broadcast will also have an Internet simulcast at

Vox Novus and Wave Farm are delighted to collaborate on a special edition of 60×60 focused on Radio Art. Selected from an international open call, 60 works (created with, for, about radio and transmission) with durations of 60 seconds, comprise this eleventh annual 60×60 project. 60×60 Wave Farm Mix will be featured as an FM broadcast on Wave Farm’s WGXC 90.7-FM; distributed as a Wave Farm Dispatch Series download; and featured in a series of live listening events.

60×60 Wave Farm Mix Radio & Internet Broadcast

March 7, 2015 at 8 p.m.
Wave Farm’s WGXC 90.70-FM (and

Composers selected for the 60×60 Wave Farm Mix include:

wavefarmMiles Leo Allen, Peter Barnard, Pedro Bericat, Colin Black, David Bohn, Eric Boivin, Joseph Bourdeau, Michael Boyd, Steve Bull, Christina Campanella, Sounds: Damian Catera, Words: Patricia Kositzky, Bernard Clarke, alan coon, Brett Copeland, Nathan Corder, Lin Culbertson, Grant Cutler, D. Edward Davis, Michael Dean, Benjamin Luke Deane, Justin Downs, Lorenz Erdmann, Vincent Euliano, Cameron Fraser, Soressa Gardner, David Heuser, Alan M Jackson, Tara Jackson, Brian D. Kelly, Tyler Kline, Keith Kothman, Sebastien Lavoie, Joshua Liebowitz, Stephen Lilly, Pol McLernon / Matt Lewis, Todd Merrell, Michael Nazionale, Serban Nichifor, Ken Nickels, Jesper Norda, Ken Paoli, Zach Poff, Aleksandr Rikhterman, John Roach, Lee Rosevere, Edward Ruchalski, Sam Sebren, Asha Sheshadri, Chatori Shimizu, Jason Sloan, David Jason Snow, Hans Tammen, Rachel Devorah Trapp, Dixie Treichel, Mark Vernon, Robert Voisey, Jane Wang, J. Wetherell, Chris Wood, and Sabrina Pena Young

Hans Tammen: Bat Cage

I have always been interested in ultrasound, and that species are able to listen in that range creates interesting areas of research for audio artists. BAT CAGE is a microphone recording in a room of an ultrasound composition in the range of 40.000 to 90.000 Hz. I am aware of tech nerds making a problem out of the limited frequency range of microphones, computers, and sound equipment. You may also bother me with Nyquist and other superficial details. However, as an artist I would never let technology be in the way of a piece of art.