Translate of morse code:
I believe that the use of noise. Wherever we are, what we hear is mostly noise. When we ignore it, it disturbs us. When we listen to it, we find it fascinating.
I used noises. They had not been intellectualized. The ear could hear them directly and didn’t have to go through any abstraction about them. I found that I liked noises even more than I liked intervals. I liked noises just as much as I had liked single sounds. Noise, too, had been discriminated. I fought for noises. We are shielded from new sound experiences. I begin to hear the old sounds-the ones I had though worn out, worn out by intellectualization- I begin to hear the old sounds as though they are not worn out. Obviously, they are not worn out. They are just as audible as the new sounds. Thinking had worn them out. And if one stops thinking about them, suddenly they are fresh and new.
Noise can be music. Music can be noise. Music and Noise are nothing different. It is up to you.
(Partial modification of John Cage ‘Silence’)