For whatever reason, pitch-shifting kazoo and running it through a lot of reverb is just fun for me. Working title: “Cirkus”.
Featuring Al on noise guitar. Working title: “Drones”.
Inspired by “Murder Mystery” by The Velvet Underground, with lyrics adapted from posts on Craigslist’s endlessly fascinating “Missed Connections” section. Working title: “Idiot”.
A short ambient piece featuring the harmonica.
Completed on Super Bowl Sunday, and the title is an extremely dorky joke about that.
Sitting around in my shop a couple of days ago with the Goodall and the Zoom H4N. First time I’ve really messed with using the internal mics on the H4N in multitrack mode
This was made with the help of the dinosaur-obsessed Laura Turner who wrote the lyrics, and Chris Harrison who played the blistering guitar solo \m/
A “Do Not Lean Against Doors” rearrangement. The creepy laugh at the end was an outtake I decided I had to preserve somewhere.
A “Solid Ghosts” rearrangement
Even more sound recorder craziness, with “Do Not Lean Against Doors” as the source material this tome.
More experiments on “Solid Ghosts” with windows sound recorder.
“Do Not Lean Against Doors” run through paulstretch.
An experiment with recording keyboard improvisations and running them through Paul’s Extreme Sound Stretch. Orchestra X-7 was just the seat I was assigned at a concert once.
I need this.
Working on some beats for a hip-hop project.
Nice. Super laid back.
Another drone experiment - a slowed down harmonica improv with a lot of added echo, reverb, wah wah, and tremolo.
wild tones and idea , i like it.
The bell-like instrument that starts this off is actually a steel pan being pitch-shifted to different notes.
I’d say that was a successful experiment. Cool sounds!