Lost Tribe Sound
A very different album for Christoph Berg in some ways, but what remains constant is his extreme attention to detail running through every note, shutter, and hiss. Tape Anthology Vol. I is perhaps more inline with his work as Field Rotation, but no matter how you label it, Berg's mastery of sound is evident.
Composed, arranged, performed, recorded and produced by Christoph Berg except 'Notes From Kyoto' co-composed and co-performed by Midori Hirano and Christoph Berg.
Christoph Berg: Tape machines, field recordings, sample extraction, sound manipulation, violin, upright bass, organ, found objects, piano and voice as well as artwork layout and the cover photograph (on SX-70 film)
Midori Hirano: Synthesizers and additional field recordings on 'Notes From Kyoto' and additional voice on 'Happy, in Human Terms'.
Stefan Lingg: Additional found objects on 'Concertino for Tape and Violin - III. Cantabile e Cesura'.
Mastered by Stephan Mathieu. Cut by Andreas [LUPO] Lubich. Manufactured in Germany, EU.