Dead Record Office
MONOGRAPH BY HEYS, T. AND GOODMAN, S.
NEW YORK: ART IN GENERAL PRESS. PP.1-112.
Dead Record Office Book is an account of frequency-based phenomenon in military and civilian spheres over the preceding 70 years. It explores the involvement of Alan Turing and The Ghost Army’s pioneering use of 3 deck mixes in World War 2, thru the chopper-mounted loud-speaker terror of the US army’s Wandering Soul campaign in Vietnam, to the deployment of High Frequencies as “teen repellants”, the military applications of muzak and the current use of hyper-directional LRAD speakers in Iraq.