Story Chairs audio sequencing & Gabriela Frank

Jack Straw Productions, lobby renovation

Jack Straw Productions, lobby renovation

Moe and I spent the afternoon editing and sequencing audio for the Story Chairs yesterday, and got the lion’s share done. It was exciting to see the renovation in the lobby actually underway. The contractors were just installing the original cast glass radios in the lobby interior, that date from the era when the building housed KRAB-FM, a big part of Jack Straw’s history. Though the installation of my project has been delayed, I did get to see the spot the Story Chairs will go. The new lobby and office will be light-filled and welcoming and is the first phase of a renovation that will see the exterior painted with graphics and new signage.

I am betting that it will be February before the chairs are installed and ready to be experienced – and that’s fine by me. It feels good to have the time to  honor all of the stories and music recorded, as well as the writers and readers, by tweaking levels, taking time to shift things around and think through the experience for the listener.

For this moody end-of-year weather I’d like to share Jack Straw Writer, Gabriela Denise Frank’s dreamy piece she recorded this fall.

Nepenthe by Gabriela Denise Frank

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About Tina Hoggatt

I am an artist and writer and work for 4Culture, King County's cultural arts organization.
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2 Responses to Story Chairs audio sequencing & Gabriela Frank

  1. So cool, Tina! Thanks to you and Moe – I feel lucky and honored to be a part of Story Chairs. Look forward to checking it out in person. Gabriela

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