The Anta Project is a series of recordings made in 2006, by playing the border walls and assorted ephemera found along the U.S./Mexico border near Nogales, Arizona.
The roughly 10 hours of recordings were then blended in a multi-track laptop environment to create a single sonic collage.
This is the full unedited 54+ minute version of The Anta Project released in 2006.
Due to bandwidth issues at the time it was release, The Anta Project was only available as a cd or as a four part download.
Now, for the first time since it was released, The Anta Project has been fully restored to its original glory, and completely remastered as an exclusive download.
In addition, the bonus track Droneland Security, a work built from DMZ field recordings and virtual wall bowings has been included for the first time.
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