Technically

Disquiet Junto 0499 Out of the Landscape

The Disquiet Junto project this week involves adding a tone to a field recording.

Recently I was invited on a bus ride in Lismore with RealArtWorks.

Music makes life fun

Disquiet Junto 0496 Isolation Room

The Junto instructions this week prompted me to think of this track I’d recorded a few days earlier. 

A couple of weeks ago I recorded a bass part for Dan, who said it wasn’t what he had in mind. 

So I added my own drums and a synth pad, then edited a short video from footage I’d recorded on holiday earlier in the year.

naviarhaiku390 – for that brief moment

I've never seen a firefly but the haiku shared by Naviar Records reminded me of the praying mantis that I watched hunting while on a holiday at Easter.

Drop beats not bombs

Disquiet Junto 0495 Protip Etude

The Disquiet Junto project this week involves sharing "a tip for making music or working with sound, and record a track that employs it."

I've made a short track using wind organs, which you can learn to make in this video.

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naviarhaiku389 – The ocean in June

The haiku shared by Naviar Records this week reminded me that I'd made recordings at Valla Beach earlier this year.

Guys who say they're kinky

Disquiet Junto 0494 Insect Menagerie

The Disquiet Junto activity this week is to "Record a 20-second clip of the sounds of an insect that you yourself have invented."

I've managed to record the renown Australian Stutterbug (Cicadoidea Interruptus).