really interesting, challenging, 0-fcuks-given, exploratory set from zagreb-based producer N/OBE. the description of the set ends with "Not sorry for the noise.". it's very sound-artish, not too harsh. very special, very recommended. recommended if you want to hear something new.
(via some queer-pushing, progressive-thinking smart Ljubljana's people at Pritličje / Klub Monokel)
@exquisitecorp - permanent dark skies
@luka Prinčič - Rhizosphere - Emergent Behaviour - 2020-10-28
a decade's dust. witness the rise and fall, a civilization's worth of creative tools and machinery. the sediment of a lost heaven, universal shipwreck.
i finished a collection of music.
I’m starting to get a bit better with the near / far placement using combos of reverb, eq, and stereo width restrictions, but i still am at a loss as to how to move things up/down. like how can i sit mid-basses low and push other stuff high and wide. anyone have tips or their favorite tricks for this sorta thing?
Dear friends, listeners, sonic beings …
The release of this album will conclude a period during which I have sought to provide, on a regular basis, a steady release of musical material that I have striven to share as extensively as possible and whose sounds I embarked upon the creation of with the intention to nurture with as much thoughtfulness and inventive care that I could summon, so as to bring just a little more beauty and wonder into this world.
The compiled and cohered Noisevember tracks are now remixed and mastered, sporting a new title and new cover.
Thanks to all who listen!
is like #looptober, #noisevember #loopvember but runs through the year. Record, create, post, short-ish recordings, loops, beats, noises, melodies, sounds from your creative process where you work focused on sound/noise/music. Perhaps write a little description of anything that puts it into context (can be anything).
If you like this proposal, plz boost.
Here is my final @noisevember piece for the year. I've enjoyed very much making the music and listening to everyone else's contributions. Actually, there are still some recent ones I have to get to.
Thanks to all who have listened.