Feld is a generative, real-time composition which combines computer-controlled homebrew synthesis hardware with custom software signal processing. New sounds and textures continually emerge from the dense, intricately layered stream.
Feld was conceived of as an open-ended sound experience: these three hour-long recordings are meant to be experienced creatively and interactively by the listener. They can be played simultaneously, reordered, heard in fragments, or in any other combination.
Greg Surges makes electronic music, software, and hardware. His work has been released on the Petcord, Wandering Ear, and Digitalbiotope labels, and his research and music have been presented at the International Computer Music Conference in Belfast, Ireland, NIME 2012, the SPARK Festival in Minneapolis, and the 2010 SEAMUS National Conference. He is currently a PhD student at the University of California, San Diego. Previously, he earned a MM in Music Composition and a BFA in Music Composition and Technology at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. He currently lives in San Diego, CA with his wife and cat.
dark/death ambient with a bit ov noise underneath. not sure if anyone reading this is into this sort ov music. It is five songs on death from five different viewpoints. only $2 to download. even if you do not want to listen/buy, please reblog this.
I’m really enjoying both Leviathan and The Shadows Are Melting. I’m having trouble deciding which of the two I enjoy more.
Two New Compilations open for submissions!! ‘Seven Seconds in Heaven’ and the ‘Images Comp’ are now ready to accept songs.
All songs for ‘Seven Seconds in Heaven’ will be exactly 7 seconds long. Each contributor can submit up to 5 pieces for this release. If submitting multiple pieces, they should NOT be made up of a single piece cut into multiple sections, or in other words should not flow into/from each other. All songs should be unique to this release (meaning written for, and released specifically on this compilation and not on any prior release). We will accept ALL submissions that have followed the guidelines, and we’re looking for as many works as possible for the release (hopefully 100 or more).
Please have submissions in by July 23, 2012. Any emails regarding this release (submissions, questions, comments, concerns) should contain the words ‘7 Seconds’ in the subject and can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org Since the songs will be so short for this comp, they can all be directly emailed.
The Images compilation (to be titled once all submissions are in) will use songs written using specific images for inspiration. Each contributor should contact email@example.com at which time they will be sent a unique photo for which they will write an accompanying piece. Each photo will be selected at random from a pool of photos that have been compiled from a variety of photgraphers/artists. We’d really like to see each piece really capture the essence of the image on which it was based; basically it’s a soundtrack to a still photo instead of a moving picture. All songs should be unique to this release (meaning written for and released specifically on this compilation and not on any prior release), and should not exceed 20 minutes in length. We’d like to see as many participants as possible for this one which is why we’re giving a two month lead time on submissions. We have enough images for at least 25-30 songs to be written.
Please have submissions in by August 23, 2012. Any emails regarding this release (submissions, questions, comments, concerns) should contain the words ‘Images Comp’ in the subject and can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org NOTE: When submitting songs for this release, please include a copy of the image that you’ve been assigned.
IMPORTANT! Files should be in WAV format and file names should please use the following format:
Comp Title or Description: Artist/Band Name: Country of Origin: Song Title
I think my favorite part of this performance starts at 42:57 and ends at 51:25. The way that section of the song builds up is very hypnotic. But that’s not to say there are other parts of this performance I enjoy.
This blog provides everything from Harsh Noise, Ambient Noise, Power Electronics and pretty much anything in between.
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