An Index Of Possibilities

'Sometimes, cutting into the present releases the future'

Saturday, July 4, 2015

Summer Singles Volume 9

A compendium of ideas/multitrack experiments circa 2015 (up to now). Sketches, experiments, live improv’s…in the form of a multi-volume digest consisting of avant garde miniatures .





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Monday, July 21, 2014

Rapid VIZ Avant Garde Electronics Volume 4

Quick ‘auralization’ and combinations/variations of select private folders of electronic ideas volume 4. ‘Noise Techno’ sketches.





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Sunday, June 30, 2013

Abstract Rhythm & Noise Studies

Radioactive alien extended technique telegraphics. FM sample modulations and variable resonant damping vs. ELF’s in a more-or-less ‘dual mono’ format.






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Saturday, March 23, 2013

First Person Left-Clickers

Wolfenstein vs. Merzbow half-life doomscapes.





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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Someone Left My Cassettes Out In The Rain

Crumpled strangled ‘bump and jitter’ jams, grey mattresses of noise inscribed to flat rust ribbons with ice picks made of bumblebees and tinnitus. Yuck yummy, rinse and repeat.

Someone Left My Cassettes Out In The Rain Player

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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Handheld Tape Looops (Throbbing Onda)

Walkman looped rubber audio, fingers in the reels

If out slide, Out it or end

…on step loop securely, tape case scotch plastic art

Downstepping the ‘When’

You are the see change, these are the layers

Handheld Tape Looops

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Thursday, January 28, 2010

Tempo Surface Disruptions

Tempo as surface disrupted, ‘drawn’ by ‘on demand’ synthesized sound DNA manipulations/mutations. Guided experimentation in the quest for kinetic physical simulacrums. This study constrained to a duo of ‘wheel triggers’, offset in small differences in ’tilt’ and ‘warp’ of each device’s wheel.

Tempo Surface Disruptions Player

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Friday, July 10, 2009

Smithsonian Folkways – An Xtreme Re-conceptualization

Four ‘medleys’ of very ‘extreme’ avant garde inspired remixes/improvs via Onkyokei
aesthetics. A virtual re-amping, pitch-to-audio, and other silly trickery of various ‘Folkways’ ethnic albums (1950’s~).

Only the above mentioned original ‘ethnic’ album tracks (via processing) are used here, no other performance or synthesis present.

Onkyokei (translation: “sound, noise, echo”) places much more emphasis on sound texture than on musical structure, distilling elements of techno, noise, and electronic music into a unique hybrid.

Track/Medley One – Old school ‘Glitchshifting‘ improv’s/meditations

Track/Medley Two – ‘100 tap delay*’ processes (in duo form)

Track/Medley Three – Audio-to-pitch synthesis into unusual spectralisms (in duo form)

Track/Medley Four – wrap up/final minutes of Track/Medley Three

Folkways Medleys Player

*’100′ Tap delay via Intelligent Device’s VST :


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Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Two ‘Master Track Player’ Index Pages Added

Collected my various ‘Avant Garde Mash Ups’ and Loopy C ‘Plays’ tracks together as consolidated sources/pages:


Avant Garde Mash-Ups Master Track Player Index


Loopy C ‘Plays’ Master Track Player Index


(also visible to right in ‘sidebar’ under ‘Pages’)


These are rebuilds of pages from my former blog (at blogger), I will slowly be updating the accompanying info but for now all the track player links should be active for ‘Discover/Encounter’ sessions 🙂

Also note that the page of ‘Master Players’ allows access to EVERY track on this site, (whether it currently has it’s own dedicated post or not):


Master Playlist’s Players



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Thursday, January 1, 2009

010109 ‘Happy Noise Year!’

All new years around the world are celebrated via the indiscriminate sonic characteristics of ‘noise makers’,etc.

Here is mine (a composed noise trio/concerto of my own sound design extremes):


Happy Noise Year (part 1)



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Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Nice Wedding, Bad Reception

Bad Reception

Radio waves arrive wounded and dead (but ‘undead’) in my high desert front yard. Divorced of their original missions, leaving me only to interpolate the noise back into signls that at least amuse.

Bad Reception Player

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Saturday, June 7, 2008

Bondage music for a glue sniffer?

Bondage For Glue Sniffer

‘I came to the studio to make noises speak, I stumbled onto music’ (Pierre Schaeffer 1998)

Electroacoustic noise sextet in a virtual cistern.

060608 Player

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Saturday, July 21, 2007

Process Log Volumes 1~5


072107 P1

072107 P2

072107 P3

072107 P4

072107 P5

posted by cgibson777 at 1:11 am  

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