Monthly Archives: January 2013

Taking Stock – the discovery of “Percussive Storm” and other lost sound worlds

Last week, I wanted to include a number of compositions on SoundCloud for a complete set of audio examples to compliment the blog.  All I could find was the new recording, “BlogWork 20/01/13” and that was it.  This week I … Continue reading

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Listening In Snow

It has happened, the snow finally arrived throughout Yorkshire, and with it?  A new listening environment, snow on the ground and cloud cover above, the audio perspective with a white twist.  This is the most noticeable seasonal change to my … Continue reading

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I Am A Composer, Are You?

I am, have always been, and as far as I can see, always will be a composer.  From my first realisations of how music worked, I have had fun with, experimented with, played with but most of all enjoyed sound.  … Continue reading

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New Year – New Ideas – Peripheral Vision

One sound idea kept appearing in my mind, I knew the music, but from where?  After looking at some hand written playlists on cassette sleeves and listening to tracks in my collection of recordings I found it.  The driving hi-hat … Continue reading

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