Fun! Except that I think WordPress doesn’t allow frames… :-(
If it did, there would be a cool QWERTY-playable musical instrument right here:
Barring that, you’ll just have to visit the site.
Comparing occurrences of the words “sight,” “sound,” and “spirit” in published books.
Interesting to compare the number of times that the words “sight,” “sound,” and “spirit” appear in published English-language books over the centuries. They’re all pretty tight until 1800, when “spirit” jumped way ahead, peaking around 1850. In contrast, for the entire 19th century, “sight” and “sound” held…
Continuing to experiment with Logic Pro X on my new used iMac Core i7. This track utilizes three tracks of Applied Acoustics’ Chromaphone (the plucky parts panned left and right, and the high chimey bells) and one track of Sculpture (the sustained pad).
Based on an improvisation played on my little 2-octave Novation X-Station triggering the Chromaphone bells, then edited to maximize…
2014-03-26. Inspired by Telomere, this is percolating space travel music. Date: March 26, 2014 at 04:01AM
Date: March 04, 2014 at 10:57PM
Milena singing the traditional French lullaby. I added some little percolating synth parts. Sweetness… Date: February 22, 2014 at 06:54AM
A new version of this tune from a couple of years ago. Refreshed with a cool “nujazz” drummer and stand-up bass.
Light, dreamy little morning melody, accompanied by a sweet little old Javanese lady reciting numbers… Date: February 13, 2014 at 11:44PM
More Telomere-inspired space music. Having tons of fun with my new used iMac!
Stayed up all night to get this mix done. Pretty happy with it. It’s pleasant and trippy.
I have been a fan of Steve Roach for almost thirty years now. And in all that time, I have found few who can match the depth, beauty, and power of his spacemusic. John Serrie is one. And I just discovered Telomere (Christopher MacDonald). Telomere’s four albums are each masterpieces of the spacemusic genre: timeless, hypnotizing, gorgeous, vast, living, organic, and wholly original. The more I listen to these four albums, the readier I am for death, for my passing from this plane into the next.