Are We Having Fun Yet?

Submitted by Jack Hertz on Wed, 11/03/2010 - 16:12

Here is the soundtrack I composed for Pat Oleszko's play, "Norah's Art," that was performed at the Maryland Art Place in Baltimore Maryland summer of 1990. The multimedia performance loosely based on the Noah's Ark story. Warned of a coming storm of media censorship against the arts. The artists gathered to build the giant Norah as their Ark. Saxophone was played by Calvin Toulos.

Your Life Has Been Featured For You

Submitted by Jack Hertz on Wed, 11/03/2010 - 16:11

Zan Hoffman's label ZH27 has new a release in the "Your Life Has Been ... For You" series. The latest edition "Your Life Has Been Featured For You" is a music collaboration created by mixing fifteen one minute tracks that were created and submitted by each of the artist just for this project. The collaboration included the following audio artists: Alozeau [es], Karmakumulator [yu], Miulew [se], Virgin Ciega [es], Zanstones [ky] and Jack Hertz [ca].

No-Thing - Manufactured Coincidence

Submitted by Jack Hertz on Wed, 11/03/2010 - 16:06

No-Thing returns with a brand new track for 2010. Get ready for a six minute and twenty second long succession of micro-tonal frequencies that have been freshly aligned by the legendary trio. Engage your aural sensors for extreme hand-modulated electronic explorations by Rupert Chappelle (Harrison Instruments Theremin), Arthur Harrison (Harrison Instruments Theremin), and Jack Hertz (D-Beam, Photon X25 & FM8).