Here is Vol.1 of my Early Morning Rockville Recordings.
All of the sounds were recorded in the music lab on the Rockville campus in Maryland during the winter and spring of 2015. Most of the tracks were improvised with a few slight embellishments.
Here is an excerpt from a new project I am currently working on. This is a site specific audiovisual journey that has kept me busy the last month or so. This endeavor will feature landscape studies, field recordings, piano/objects , and super 8 films. More details in the coming days.
This is a work-in progress title.
The sounds were played on the Chance Piano
Here is a field recording from a few years back. This track appeared on the World Listening Project’s 2013 edition. As I am planning to participate in the 2015 edition, I thought I would share this piece. The sounds were recorded in Narita, Japan around 5 AM. The planes had not invaded the audiovisual space yet, so there is a feeling of tranquility. There were a few people walking and exercising near the bamboo forest, but for the most part I was alone in this landscape. I remained in this spot for about three hours, documenting the dramatic contrast in the visual and sound environments. A track appeared on my Impulsive Habitat release and a short film was made.