An Index Of Possibilities

'Sometimes, cutting into the present releases the future'

Friday, November 26, 2010

The Dark Before The Bang

A collection of processed performances of trumpet/piano (courtesy Simon Stockhausen), along with assorted performance gestures/sounds (various sources) and ‘Reaktor’ ambiences (again thanks to Simon for his ‘Eternity’) which were then processed together in two separate sessions and approaches via two separately applied custom ‘Reaktor’ granular synthesis ensembles. Then the overall ‘pool’ was mixed and matched as ‘duos’.

One criteria of the duet mix/match sessions were determined by ‘tagging’ the various file pool with ‘DJ’ software for ‘key’, which, with this type of material, creates ‘match’ results that are somewhat open/ambiguous but make for a higher probability of consonant ‘accidents’ to occur within a thus determined combination while leaving ‘sinister intervals’ to likely still appear.

The soundwave created by the ‘Big Bang’ is now around 500 million light years across, too faint to hear. The final mix isn’t complete yet…and we don’t know how the record ends.

The Dark Before The Bang Player

Simon Stockhausen’s Patchpool

posted by cgibson777 at 7:40 am  

Friday, November 26, 2010

The Half Dead Can Half Dance

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The Half Dead Can Half Dance Player

posted by cgibson777 at 7:34 am  

Friday, November 26, 2010

Finding My Inner Fish

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Finding My Inner Fish Player

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Friday, November 26, 2010

Sinister Hairships

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Sinister Hairships Player

posted by cgibson777 at 7:26 am  

Friday, November 26, 2010

I Left My Heart In San Jacinto

The morning fog may chill the air, something moving in. High on a hill, it calls to me, I taste it in my mouth and in my heart.

Impressions based on the melancholic interludes of Peter Gabriel’s live show multimedia presentations.

Dedicated to old friend and fellow Peter Gabriel fanboy, Dave B.

I Left My Heart In San Jacinto Player

Special thanks Twisted Tools and Jim Hurley.

posted by cgibson777 at 6:29 am  

Friday, November 26, 2010

Little Big Klank

It is said the Little Big Klank is crafty, but with considerable ability and presence, while being a recognized trouble maker. “Sometimes the magic works, and sometimes it doesn’t.”

Little Big Klank Player

Dedicated to Eric Cook

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Thursday, November 4, 2010

Drum Soul OS

The virtual ‘hyperreal’ drummer’s body as divided into intervalic ratios but as time.

Drum Soul OS Player

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Thursday, November 4, 2010

My Box In The Ash Of Life

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My Box In The Ash Of Life Player

posted by cgibson777 at 9:39 am  

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