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similar to the heavy-metal invisible orange," "noise prayer" was coined by northeastern sound artist Michael Bullock.

The "noise prayer" is a position wherein a performer has his (or her) hands crossed, usually at or near the wrists (one on a mixer and the other on an instrument), and head bowed (either looking at the instrument, the mixer, or simply absorbing the moment.
Now that was an intense "no input mixer" set; dude even had the noise prayer going for 30 of the 35 minutes of his singular feedback tone.
by endtime34 June 22, 2010

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