Nice Jim - growing density of the loops becomes very natural.
ahhh wonderful wonderous animal types--
James this is great. The close micing gives your sound and feel the haunt of the weekend. A natural compression.
this seems to be adding - to the other over powering sound I am hearing of the leaf blower outside at the neighbors place --- this song was winning out over the leaf blower though :)
neat it is often a problem of mine that strange sounds are produced at time that I have no idea where they are coming from or what parameter is causing their creations but --- I too record that nonetheless :)
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.
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.
nice.. don't lose that embouchure, I have lost mine. I am not willing to put the time in again to get it back.. since I have had a trombone again..--- you know it is not that I can't play the trombone .. it is that the sound is not like that of someone playing with an.. embouchure -- nice whisper like effects toward the end..
Oh damn.. that’s what you mean by an effect on the neighbor sounds..I know I like this...before listening it is at the level of beyond random...with sound... just intense... why can’t my neighbors make sounds like this...
Ah, a ballad!
nice. really nice.- I can't really hear the birthday tune too much at the end..
I am really liking this artificial processed sounds going on. the song .. song builds to what it is. so very exact it is in a way .. scary but ---I like that in a song.. the machines are coming for us,, :--
Lotsa nice twists in that pretzel!!
Sounds like something I might've done with my fretless, back in the old tape days. Lovely!!
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!!