Monthly Archives: August 2005

Sequence 1

I got a handle on the processing from yesterday and this is the first result. This is the start of a series that are all generated from a single note. That note is run through a stack of processors, some at war with each other. Through the series, the note and the processing will stay […]


This is just a big mess. Just a live mic picking up lots of noises in the room and outside the window, feeding back, and then run through lots and lots of processing. It may be messy, but it’s kind of fun and pointing toward a whole setup that I’ll be working with for a […]

Environment 5

Last in the series. This is in an impossible room: huge, made of tin with almost 0% humidity. 2005-08-19

Environment 4

Not such a huge space, but some really interesting resonances. 2005-08-18 By the way, I’ve been looking at Digital Musician, a service that allows musicians to collaborate online. I used the Rocket Network a few years ago to collaborate with David Azarch in NYC to create the Bossa ‘n’ Bass track from the early days […]

Environment 3

A much larger and more dissonant space this time. 2005-08-17

Environment 2

Same track as yesterday, but in a very different acoustic space. 2005-08-16

Environment 1

The first in a series of short tracks exploring the effects of acoustic space on the same, very slow piece of music. 2005-08-15


This is from a key moment in the film. All the music was created by using the sounds from the film itself, dialogue, background noises, etc. and mutating and modifying them. 2005-08-14 By the way, this marks the halfway point of the Daily Ambience project. I have reached 182 tracks. Now might be a good […]


This is transition music from the film. 2005-08-13

Last scene

Another track from the film, this is the last scene. 2005-08-12