a while before sleeptime you are made to yawn
so that swarms of tiny stories, (some dark, some bright)
may fill your head with tiny dreams that play themselves ...
not sure this is what I really wanted as the end result, but it does in a way directly represent how I'm feeling at present.
I've been without interent for several days now. I haven't had time to really go through this explosion of shadows that's happened over the past few days, so I don't even know if this RECord is fitting for the collab.
I shot some new footage of snow falling past the streetlight near my window and gave it a little something extra.
A random rambling conversation between MadisenMusic and Kylier. This conversation went nowhere. No animals were harmed in the making of this record.
June walked through the front door of her home eager to shake off the remnants of a Monday commute from hell.
Where did the people in this city learn to drive?
I REmixed Asylum 7 and Eddie Logix's "Resistance."
There's now room for an opening verse before Asylum 7 comes in. Then I clipped his verse in half so someone can jump in for a verse before he closes out the song.
I think it could now use more layers and some subtle sound effects that are similar to the pre-existing ones.
Who wants to add on to the beat or RECord a verse or two?
echoes of memories of being young swim into my vision, as if in a searchlight, here an arm illuminated, a smudged cheek, just enough in view to register what it is i'm making myself think about....
a little 3D REmix of kylier's cocoon, for an upcoming art show. the butterfly is real, one that died in my hands one spring day many years ago. it finally found its final resting place in this.
I stumbled across this French proverb and really love it. The English translation I found is: "Nothing is impossible for a willing heart." I believe this describes very well our fearless leader!
1. Who are you and what do you do?
hi & hello, i am alyssa jean szarkowski.
i am a lover, dreamer, smiley face
thought i'd REmix one of todd68976 algorithmic experimentations of wirrow's patterns & prayers RECord to joe's video.
Please listen LOUDish and preferably with headphones. first pass @ this. i haven't done much with it except lay the separate audio tracks down and move them around a bit. i messed with the audio levels and balance slightly, but not with too much thought. i left the background music that pam had included in on her audio & you can hear the piano creep in at several moments. i actually like the effect in most instances (especially when the harmonica makes a guest appearance), but i think i need a little more depth in the various sounds so that it blends a bit more? i'm also thinking the ending could use something. maybe i just add in a ton of whisper tracks and fade out gradually? let me know if anyone has ideas or suggestions. i should mention that i am not a "music mixer" or composer (to be honest, i think i just about crashed my freeware audacity will all these tracks) but i am experimenting avant garde style and i am inspired to teach myself new ways of creating. i like the idea that you can't always hear the words clearly, but that your brain is picking them up regardless. <3