Sounds

Roaming the world to snap some photographs, one also hears some interesting noises and bits and pieces of music. This collection of field recordings I mainly share via Soundcloud. But here are some examples of these recordings:

In the past I also recorded some music with various bands – my latest project mockART is not really abandoned, but taking a break right now. With the project I recorded two albums, reflux ux bisou and ION, both are free to download.

reflux ux bisouION

I’m currently working on a new album titled “Country Songs” – which features vocals from other musicians from all over the world. Though I guess it will still take a couple of years to be completed. Some of the songs are already available on Myspace and Last.FM.

16 comments

  1. I have included a hyper-link to this page in my recently posted Found Poem.

    https://impliedspaces.wordpress.com/2017/01/02/found-poetry-six-obnoxious-earlier-guys-and-women-conduct-defined/

    Field Recordings/ Found Sound are intriguing constructs. It turns aural environment into a kind of multi-layered Found Poetry. There is a whole section of this environmental audio art on archive.org. .

    Once again you have created some fascinating work to go with your visual art.

    • Thanks a lot!
      I haven’t really kept up with uploading more recordings…
      …but I still have some waiting to be edited.

      Though since changing to windows, I didn’t have time to look for another audio editor – hopefully I’ll do that soon.

      • Goldwave is a good editor.

        Have you considered taking some of the audio tracks and combining them with your visual compositions ? Just the type of original creative work that gets posted on Vimeo. 🙂

      • Okay, thank you, I will take a look at Goldwave.

        Actually, I once did something like a video clip to one of my mockART tracks:

        I haven’t looked at it for quite some time and I just noticed that it already is 10 years old and the resolution is not very good. I guess back then high resolution was not needed on YouTube. 🙂

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