Recorded in Dalston, London on June 18th 2016, as part of a field recording workshop with Peter Cusack.
The music department at Brunel University London are involved with a cool project, that I’m lucky enough to be helping out on. Colin Riley and Carl Faia are leading us in a collaborating with the Papworth Trust called Together We Can – a sonic garden that’s being presented at the Chelsea Flower Show next month, with Dame Evelyn Glennie joining us for a one-off performance at the show.
We’re using hydrophones, contact microphones, 10-channel sound, and Max/MSP to create a long-form installation. This weekend we’re off to Lincolnshire to test our work on a prototype of the garden. I’ll be filming it all, and sharing some video next week.
The team is:
Study for sine tone oscillators and noise generators. Free download.
upper oddington, gloucestershire. 13th february 2016
My 2nd LP, husk_rust: the adapted recordings of Marcel Gumms, vol. 1, is out now on my friend Colin Riley’s label, Squeaky Kate Music. For the rest of November, enter the discount code ‘squeaky’, when you buy, and get 75% off: 75p for husk_rust (complete with field notes and photographs from the Gumms Archive).