John Hudak, also known as a poet of haikus, has recorded several albums of minimalist recordings that utilize normally undetected sounds in such everyday sonic patterns as traffic on a highway. Occasionally Hudak will utilize found sounds, but mostly he manipulates sources from field recordings. For several years he released a series of cassette-only releases of experimental recordings. His first CD was the Japanese-only release, Pond, on which Hudak toyed with hydrophone recordings of aquatic insects, arriving with a series of waves of buzzing drones. The piece was later featured at an exhibit at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City. On Brooklyn Bridge (1998), Hudak discovered hidden magnetic sounds on the famed New York City landmark played by the traffic as it crosses the bridge. 1999's Don't Worry About Anything, I'll ...
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