Poltergeist and a strange similarity to feel of Kavin’s desert birds Jim.
cool just so wild it is ---
wow --- intense noises so powerful and great-
this is great --- just fantastic car ride--- to crazy ===
excellent swamp material I like this.
this is fun sounds --- I get these sounds from digital delay settings I would tweak and the various ends of the time values for the delays -- so intense -- I usually do these types of delays with the feedback thru my vocoder inputs on the supernova --- this stuff is just great--- :)
neat envelopes and morphing Jim!
OH so intense yes yes yes- OMG wow-- this end is intense --- ever think about doing trance or psytrance type music just to you know get your feet wet with that kind of music --- (this is really close!! just need some kind of out there beat)
excellent! noise reduction is an excellent technique!
nice birds I like the owl :) he is doing counterpoint with the other birds :)
Hypnotic and casting spells. Thanks too for your recent words re my ukulele piece Jim.
kinda neat--- really strange-- but I like things like that-
good it is interesting --
really cool yeah this is wild-
Nice one, Jeff! Appropriate for the upcoming "festivities", it has a rather spooky edge.
Nice one, Jim! Definitely got a jazzy undertone going on.
Thanks, Bill. The main reason for giving details of production is so that I can remember what I did later on!
Close enough to the original to be faithful, yet with enough difference to have its own personality. Superbly played!
Thanks, Bill. I obviously thought enough of it at the time to be a keeper, and have probably listened to it a few times since, but found even more to appreciate this time around. A week later, I recorded this with the same set-up: https://jamesbailey1.bandcamp.com/track/seeking-a-suitable-donor
Thanks! Experimental is my main thing. This is about as close as I get to an actual "tune".
I actually have another one, but it isn't working properly. Have to get it fixed someday.
Lotsa nice twists in that pretzel!!
Sounds like something I might've done with my fretless, back in the old tape days. Lovely!!
Thanks, Bill, but as you've probably noticed, with my style of playing a perfect - or eve proper - embouchure is not all that critical. Either that or my horn is very forgiving. Since I'm not trying to play particular notes or melodies, anything that doesn't quite work as intended merely becomes part of the piece in a different way.
Ha ha, yes of course! Wasn't thinking of that at the time, but it is appropriate.
I should add that this piece has also been uploaded to aporee.org if you want to see the exact location. radio aporee ::: maps - Taylor Creek Park, East York, ON, Canada
Not deleted, Bill, still have the original file. Might post it in a minute.
Thanks for doing that, Jim. Really liking the way it turned out.
Very nice, but all too brief. Reminds me of the short pieces on Eno's Another Green World album.
Haha! Decided to check Google translate to see if Fakawi existed in any language, as I'd just made it up for the title. Turns out it's a Maori word for state; not sure what meaning of that but like that it could mean the state of the weather.
A sumptuous sonic stew. Thanks!!