Disquiet Junto 148 Peripheral Listening

The Disquiet Junto this week asked for a loop-able soundtrack to suit a description from William Gibson's new novel, The Peripheral. There were options, which were all great. I settled on:
“Then a ringing silence, in which could be heard an apparent rain of small objects, striking walls and flagstones.”

The reason I choose this passage was it brought to mind an old field recording I'd recently used in the background of the first track on AND. It captured rain on a tin roof and seemed like it would suit.

The tinnitus-like ringing comes from Absynth, as does the low note. Both are treated with a lot of reverb, some delay, as well as compression.