Great collab, love it
Nice dynamics, method.
Great dynamics. Interesting method!
Now yer talkin'. Got more?
Am I hearing a bit of Bill Laswell influence here?
Heavy head bobbin' beat! Coulda been a bit longer, eh?
This project was done using a minidisc recorder and Sony stereo condenser mic (if it was done today I would probably use a solid state recorder like the Zoom H4), Audacity free software for editing the samples, and Reason software for assembling the field recording samples into beats (if done today I would use Ableton Live for both these steps). Finally I used Traktor DJ software to mix together the various beats that my students made, and their spoken narratives, plus a wildlife LP record to scratch in various bird calls.
Hello Erik -
I have been enjoying the soundscapes you created with your students. I am going to do a soundscape project with some students at Pros Arts Studio in Chicago. What sound recording equipment and computer programs did you use to create the pieces?
I love this music, Erik!
Very nice.. I am also eager to hear the tunes of your grandfather Spangler.
Nice one mate cool sounds great mix.
has a traveling feel to it that makes me want to jump on a plane for an adventure somewhere! very cool
(p.s, it's totally cool to use my track for the class website, no objections here)
nicccceee n dirty. i could see a sweet b-more remix of this
Man, I wish I was there playing with you. Again, super awesome.
This is really cool.
Nice counterpart to the early morning thunderstorm outside.
Great piece Ryan, really beautiful. If you're alright with it, I'd like to put this on an alonetone playlist of featured work from the class.
My favorite track. Would you mind if I put this on an alonetone playlist of featured work from our class?
Counterpoint of layers after the 3-min mark is great.
Very nice, Jake. That bass is so intense in headphones! I agree with Quetzalcoatus on the build-up. Can I put this on an alonetone playlist of featured work from the class?
Hey Faith, enjoying listening to this on headphones finally. Great progression of texture and rhythm with the found sounds in stereo. Would you mind if I included this on an alonetone playlist of work from this summer session of Sound 1?
I'd like to put this on an alonetone playlist of work from our summer Sound 1 class- let me know if you have any objection. Great synth textures.
I really like the changes to the drums you introduce after the 50-second mark. Thanks for posting!
I love this track, how simple the rhythm is but how rich it is with the drum and guitar timbres. Build up is awesome, as Sister Savage & kirklynch said. The break to the sustained texture at the end is fantastic.
Great movie soundtrack!
love the vocal processing and noise elements.
I keep coming back to this one.
Great track! Everything fuses perfectly.
Really like the stereo vocal polyphony at softer dynamic levels in the first section.
So glad I took a listen with headphones!
Great track, Niv. Really chill but energized throughout.