Here's the email I wrote: Dear XXX, Hope you are well.I am making a series of podcasts for Para/site as a part of an exhibition curated by Qinyi Lim. I only uploaded it for entertainment purposes, so all rights go to the original creator of this track/song. DOES NOT COMPETE WITH THE ORIGINAL WORK OR HAVE ANY NEGATIVE EFFECT ON ITS MARKET. (GOOD QUALITY AUDIO) I completely DO NOT own any rights to any/ all audio heard in this.All mixer.* objects contain helpfiles, with attribute and methods reference, as well as links to other relevant objects in the package.All mixer objects are linked to pattr, which means channels, subgroups, and mixers can be easily stored and recalled with presets.
The package includes various objects, like channel strips, eqs, limiters, and aux sends. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for and quote fair use and quote for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. KENDRICK LAMAR - XXX Disclaimer: We do not own the rights to this composition all rights are in the copyright of its respective owners, Entertainment purposes only.For this podcast I'd like to interview a couple of folks who I consider to be utopian - and I might be entirely presumptuous here - but with that assumption as the premise, we will proceed to have a conversation.We could depart from the topic of utopia and improvise and potentially end up talking about something entirely different, but we will begin with this impression that I have of you. Yours, Samson Listen back A luxury we cannot afford: Hector Rodriguez, artist and film theorist A luxury we cannot afford: David Jhave Johnson, digital poet A luxury we cannot afford: Yeung Yang, curator (in Cantonese) A luxury we cannot afford: William Lane, violist and music director "AAAFM 993" April 2015, live on FM 993 and the internet I moved through various locations in and around Asia Art Archive by way of a roving sound station — doubling as a bookmobile and deejay booth — to generate a series of mobile radio broadcasts for AAAFM 993.