I support the CBC liberation front! Definitely a unique soundscape here! I wonder what you and Bill Newbold could come up with in a collaboration. It might be fun!
OH ... yeah this is that alien sound trapped in a loop -- that works for me.
This is cool. It gives me ideas.
Greatness cool.. Just chill like..
coolness--- just great to hear this -
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Thanks! Experimental is my main thing. This is about as close as I get to an actual "tune".
Very cool....I like the experimental feel of it. The Scotch bottle is an awesome technique!!!
cool experiment the stretching and time resolution are really important to the final sound the echoes seem separate from other things --- was thinking there should be no null points --- because of the echoes going on-- how does the interactions work?
the heavy flanging is a treat! I'll diverge from Bill and say its bigger birds at 14:00. this is cool!
Excellent greatness.. It is a song that brings me back to the effects in phase and out of phase blips and bliggies .. It's the squibbly bliggies that started to loose the phases that were happening when I knew a Roland was grooving... This reminds me of how I make sounds as well. Minute 10:35 it's like birds. At about 13 minutes in the aliens seem to check in..and then leave but returned at 14 minutes in.. Chipmunks at 17 minutes in are neat maybe more of that?? It's phasing in & out as it does all the way to the end.
I actually have another one, but it isn't working properly. Have to get it fixed someday.
I love my Gakken!
just great -0-
due to the sparsity of the soundscape here on this --- I am also playing --- the song Itza Hitt.. mmm I started it a little into this playing there is a possible mash going on--- but I have to hear the next two song variants before making a mash-
really great--- it is neat.
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!!