And there is no reverb on today's drone! Ha! Some of the delays may at times sound like it, however.
I couldn't pursue the idea inspired from your thoughts yesterday because I don't have the proper cables here. When I am seated in Europa once again, things will be easier.
Today's drone was a failure! Well - not necessarily a failure in execution, but in recording. A relentless gout of white noise plagued the piece making it nigh-unlistenable. The culprit is my Wampler Tumnus, which I have to tweak every time the pedalboard is powered up so that it doesn't produce noise. This time, in my excitement, I forgot and also somehow missed it as I was creating. Weird, that.
Ah well, I can come at the same ideas tomorrow from perhaps a different perspective.
>> "It's also another place of refuge for all the animals in the Grampians National Park, the fact that there's going to be water here throughout the driest times of the year means it will be a critical drought refuge for such a big habitat area as the Grampians."
Many of the species returning to the wetland are endangered or threatened, and endemic to the area, like the western swamp crayfish. <<
The third drone is complete. This one is actually made up of four tracks, as opposed to everything improvised in one take. The primary reason for this was because I don't have a mixer here with enough inputs.
Dio Drone xmas mixtape IX - YŌKAI
Here's a guest show of my own "homemade music" under an old moniker (Homeless on Broadband) for LYL Radio: Enjoy :)
Thank you to my friend @bearboneslaylow for the invitation!
This is completely wild and futuristic. You basically write a script and then this tool will generate daisy firmware, a panel and electronics schematics for a full eurorack module ??? With a virtual vcv rack version of it for you to test.
Merry christmas. Here is a mix I did for a radio show [and then some weird stuff happened and it was never aired]. It's a mix of some of the stuff I've been enjoying lately including robot orchestras, buddhist drone music, fm'ey computer music, irish radio drama and much more. Enjoy
Fun with #Purpll, #Raster and #Polymoon last night, among others. I received a OBNE Signal Blender and find it incredibly useful for parallel noises. I also have my eye on the Pladask Elektrisk #Matrise, another tool for signal routing.
What are your favourite clever radio stations for contemporary music, that isn't pretty or _numb and dumb_, but curious and fearless? Please add to the list.
Radio Mulot / Field Mice http://fieldmice.free.fr/mulot2.htm
Radiophonics, Knut Aufermann, Compression Chamber, Mixcloud tracks users
When Knut Aufermann and Sarah Washington left resonance.fm they started Mobile Radio, worth checking for radiophony and associated music
I had the pleasure to take part in a radiophonic experiment of Knut Aufermann called "Compression Chamber" at Seanaps Festival Radio Lab in Leipzig two years ago. Very fine idea:
A mustelid and sound sculptor.
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