nice … stretch workings… they all seem to have the same quality or type of sound effect in them … the stretches .. do.
This is cooler - the SE-02 seems to be quite a nice synth~!
yes it is filtered funky indeed..
Ha ha, yes of course! Wasn’t thinking of that at the time, but it is appropriate.
But four young Oysters hurried up, All eager for the treat: Their coats were brushed, their faces washed, Their shoes were clean and neat– And this was odd, because, you know, They hadn’t any feet.
Four other Oysters followed them, And yet another four; And thick and fast they came at last, And more, and more, and more– All hopping through the frothy waves, And scrambling to the shore.
Neat great sounding vibrations..
such a happy work the echoes are only extenuated by your voice.. yep it is a great work…keep that echo alive :)
so excellent I am sitting here in chat with MS xbox person and this is the greatest background music …
Nicely done. gh
great effect - really neat Buzz Aldrin going on
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
and like that it starts and ends === nice.
nice phrasing Jim, sounds electronic but not!
I like this! …..it’s MK from out west
Not deleted, Bill, still have the original file. Might post it in a minute.
The best.. now I want to hear that out take you deleted… But this is great
so profound… this is a reading .. of the random word in effect…
oh I like these stretched sounds nice..
nice… thanks for a sound source like this.
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.
A jaunty little jalopy. Nicely done!
Eee, by gum!
I’m not much of a commenter, so this is a rare event and is partly to thank you for all the comments made on my works. While I’m not usually drawn to beat-oriented music, your tunes have a high degree of quirkiness that I find eminently refreshing and a joy to listen to.
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!!