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Re: Innovative sounds & recording methods

Postby Martin Walker » Wed Apr 22, 2020 12:35 pm

Ian Shaw wrote:Hi All
This post has prompted me to hastily put up a Bandcamp site featuring my more experimental stuff, as, like others, I have no work at the moment.
So far I have put up one track that was made entirely from photo & image files from various places.More to follow. Here it is if anyone is interested:

Oh, lovely inventive work Ian - it's a treat to hear some 'different' yet 'musical' sounds in experimental work, rather than an industrial cacophony. I suspect this also makes it easier to dance to ;)

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Re: Innovative sounds & recording methods

Postby Ian Shaw » Wed Apr 22, 2020 7:08 pm

Thanks Martin,

I have to say that working with dancers led to the most inspiring times I've had. They are so open to anything you give them as long as they have plenty of audio cues to work with.

I've put up a couple more pieces now

All the best

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