I’ve posted the recording of my recent wandelweiser bass concert over on bandcamp.
antoine beuger: sound (1996)
antoine beuger: monodies pour mallarmé (2004)
antoine beuger: place (1996/97)
eva-maria houben: nachtstück (2007)
You can stream the whole thing for free below or by clicking through to the bandcamp page.
In 2015 I’m releasing (via bandcamp) a little experiment/idea/test track on the 15th of each month.
It’s quite noisy like the first, but the original source sounds come from a recent solo bass recording session I did rather than a synthesizer. Most of the processing was done in SuperCollider with a little editing and EQ within Pro Tools.
In 2015 I’m releasing (via bandcamp) a little experiment/idea/test track on the 15th of each month. That means the first track was posted today!
I’ve been working on a large piece using a Moog synth, processing it with the computer in both SuperCollider and Pro Tools. For this track I took a short synth sample I recorded and experimented with some different kinds of processing (time stretching, filtering, reverb, etc) using Pro Tools. Some of the ideas might make it into the large work, it’s unclear. I guess that’s why it’s an experiment.
Hope you enjoy it.
Here’s a recording of my hot-off-the-press piece, With No Surroundings There Can Be No Path, which is part of Nat Evans’s months-long project The Tortoise and His Raincoat: Music for a Very Long Walk. It uses field recordings Nat made along part of his journey on the Pacific Crest Trail, roughly passing where I grew up to where I live now.
You can read about the whole project here: http://natevansmusic.com/1/post/2014/03/the-tortoise-and-his-raincoat-music-for-a-very-long-walk.html