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  • ontol: Atlantan Nights (1997 reissue)

    Just finished polishing up an old bit of work from 1997.

    Recorded in Atlanta on an AMR64 4-track machine, mixed originally to HiFi VHS and then down to cassette.

    Guitars, DX7, and a load of reverb and delays. At least I am consistent.:biggrin:

    Some of the last of the finished work with the late James Kirk LeNoir.




  • #2
    Interesting stuff. Like the little echo things and sounds in the back ground.
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    • #3
      Listened and loved it ! Thanks again for posting this!!!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Maharg View Post
        Interesting stuff. Like the little echo things and sounds in the back ground.
        Yes, quite a lot going on under the surface. Great stuff.
        Latest release: never to be repeated

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        • #5
          Thank you all for the comments!

          it gets a bit busy at times, I never really could get a handle on leaving space.:biggrin:

          One of my favorite aural experiences was when my kids had to be tested on the instruments they were learning. 60-70 kids all assembled in the gym and stood along the walls practicing until they were called in for the testing. I stood in the middle of the gym and was in heaven--a very complex composition. I also love a room full of people all talking at once.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by aoVI View Post
            Thank you all for the comments!

            it gets a bit busy at times, I never really could get a handle on leaving space.:biggrin:

            One of my favorite aural experiences was when my kids had to be tested on the instruments they were learning. 60-70 kids all assembled in the gym and stood along the walls practicing until they were called in for the testing. I stood in the middle of the gym and was in heaven--a very complex composition. I also love a room full of people all talking at once.

            I can understand where you are coming from. Although I avoid crowds as much as possible, busy back ground noise is cool with me so long as it is quiet. I do like moments of silence, or almost complete silence where the sound is more perceived than heard. My field recorder is always with me for any opportunity to record sound no matter from what source.
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            • #7
              Another great back catalog release! What a joy it must be to even have a back catalog :O

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              • #8
                Very cool stuff, definitely worthy of a dust-off and reissue!
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                • #9
                  thanks to all who had a listen.

                  @graham - I do enjoy those noisy places, but my best spot is the back deck at night with all the crickets, frogs, and night creatures playing the same song that's always different.

                  @windspace - it's more of a box of battered tapes than a true back catalog.

                  @interface - thank you, I am really pleased you enjoyed it.

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