My first experience with a mountain dulcimer was one that was refretted with glued on bits of wire to make each step 65 cents instead of the usual 100 cents. I like your calming playing. It is like a conversation with friends by a fire under the starry sky.
This has a distant, lonesome, Ry Cooder-like feel. Like driving through the desert.
Sounds like something I might've done with my fretless, back in the old tape days. Lovely!!
just excellent --- this is art for me-- I love this. --- :)
wow-- just intense this is--
this has some interesting turns going on and looping too.-- so this was a physical thing with tapes. -- great. lots of work here /// I might make things like this with my tape collection after I have them digitized I guess--
I never know what to say on these... except "interesting listen"... And this one was... I've also discovered they make a good soundtrack to working at home... not what I was expecting at all!
Not sure what is going on, but your tracks definitely sound interesting
great.. this is sounding more experimental then avant garde .. not that I have ever been able to tell the difference them at times- What were those original words you spoke.. I sorta think I know what you said but yeah Have to make sure.
I hadn't realised Colleen was listening same time... I was off checking out Mary Oliver... but yes, after the initial scratchiness that I got used too, I agree, very quickly the cacophony did seem "normal" to me and even commonplace... and the poem Egrets (I had to look up what an Egret was, I didn't know! I knew the word, but not that it was a white bird) ... that kinda emphasised it... there was magical, but normal, and natural, stuff going on, and even the cacophony itself was natural - as in not necessarily man-made - the thorns and mosquitos...
I read the description and thought "ummmm, ok"... and, indeed, it did start like that for me. But then it was strangely compelling.
Somehow this is a perfect representation of how "noisy" our daily lives are, and how the cacophony seems almost normal.... Cool stuff here
I started listening to this the day before but had to do something it was getting off to a great start --- I am back to finish.. and listen to the beginning again..
subtle creativity going on .. it is most minimal in nature I like that --- I will post here with I said on the fb group..---
yeah not other.. worldly but between that other worldly and this worldly-- It is .. intense I find the saw sound often with feedback 'extreme' delay settings on the supernova. 0--0 I have come to look for the buzzsaw = sound in the digital delay settings on my machine. It is a balance of feedback and feedthru that makes it what it is. for me. this is a great because I hear my sounds there too. but this is totally controlled and out of flux where when I make the buzzsaw .. it is in constant change .. with nothing regular about it at all .. yours it the regularity that sets the song apart.
nice stuff. here.
Eeriest of eeriest!
yes Sonic-Pi.net is great I am just working with the examples they have and adding to that.. in the coding.. it is .. really great the things.. and the random possibilities that are there.--
Very interesting... just searched Sonic Pi... VERY interesting.
Always pleasantly surprised by the imagery your music creates for me. love this.
I keep thinking Wendy Carlos is an influence here till about 4 min and it becomes more modern. Noise filtering @6 min or what you are doing with the oscillator. Good work and interesting foray that is cool and nostalgia like.
sounds very timely of his time - talkbox sounds and feeling vivid!
The opening granular sound is awesome descriptive and retro of the lost in space/star trek time.
infectious opening drone and east meets west vibe on this!
Kavin lovely textures on this throughout. Good work.
Jim first time I heard this last weekend event I think, I wasn't identifying the clarinet though as many of your 'outside the box' pieces, the inheritness of the vehicle will often be entirely different. In rehearing tonight the horn is very present to me albeit continuing to be beyond it. Dark and ghostly colors sir. Thank you btw for the comment on 'Pieces'. I wish Alonetone would allow replies but this is another way of doing it and spreading the listens.
love the groove, add some lyrics to this Chris!
certain sense of revolution in this.
Very positive and uplifting and a feel between Dolly and Emylou. Lovely coming out of the darkness of your Twin Cities. I'm sorry there has been so much hurt there, clash that sadly is like 50 years ago again because it is. Change has to come in the unnecessary loss of George. Thanks for the kind words to my track earlier Colleen. It's good to discovery you and Andrew also in your circle.
lovely jeckle and hyde going on here :)
Wow! Lovely mix of Leon Redbone, Joe Cocker and Tom Waits ringing through your voice particularly Cocker. Lovely peaceful and dark. Thanks as well for the kind words on my piece earlier Andrew, good to discover you!
introspective and reflective of the street, great mix!
dance of frequencies abound in this.
Really nice Kavin. Hang drum right out of Steve Tibbets Choying recording.
very retro in this day and age and touch of the Smiths 'ring around the fountain' in this! Thank you for your recent comments on what I do - doesn't have the beat as yours :)
Love this Roger, akin to some of the stuff I'm doing in PD. 3:55 sounds like on a ship and rocking the waves!
Gosh! How many layers? Inventive segues Roger!
This just seems like I place I want to come and check out someday when I have time. Anyhow great live sound btwn all and pretty out of the box places your guitar going on this Kav!
Roger amazingly crafted!