Transient Atmospheric Phenomenon

Transient Atmospheric Phenomenon – or put simply, some of the things I have created that excite molecules in the air to be listened to through your ears directly (from whatever is exciting the molecule, like speakers)…

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The video & audio has been edited and time accelerated (except for a bit around 2:15 where a bee makes a cameo) as the entire video and audio recording went for over an hour. It turns out watching ice melt might be just a little bit more interesting than watching paint dry. The associated sonic material certainly is, at least for a nerd like me. It appears amongst those who like field recording that hydrophones have become popular (perhaps I’m just late to the party) It also seems that recording ice melting is a bit of a cliche but in the absence of having time to visit a local pond to record aquatic life (which is something I’m very interested in doing) I decided to record ice melting, I’m not sure if this has been captured in stereo before, however. The hydrophones were obtained from an IndieGoGo campaign courtesy of David Rothenberg: https://www.youtube.com/user/whybirdssing The campaign is concluded but they are available now at Terra Nova Press: https://www.terranovapress.com/books/aquabeat-hydrophone

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Modular Synthesis Experimentation as a soundtrack sorta thang?

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‘Walking The Dog’ one of the tracks for my R.P.M. 2017 effort.

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‘Are You Listening’ a contribution to a Monome Community project/album.

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Modular Theme Time Sessions

Lately I have been involved in a wonderful joint collaboration project that started in Melbourne, Australia but has reached much further than that, no doubt in part, to a certain global pandemic that shall remain nameless.
It’s called the Modular Theme Time Sessions and you can find our output on bandcamp (& all good streaming services)

https://mtts.bandcamp.com

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