Category Archives: The 365 Track Challenge
Cheeseburger Solo flute improv with voice and ping pong delay. Call I Solo flute improv with voice. Call II Solo flute improv with voice. Call III Solo flute improv with voice. Desk Music I Solo flute improv with desk noises. … Continue reading
RAM Solo flute improvisation, no fancy tricks. Kitchen Bass flute improvisation with kitchen noises. Can’t Stop the Beat Bass flute beats. Each note/quarter tone recorded independently then arranged in Ableton Live. Ormond I First track from a series of improvisations … Continue reading
Everyword Collaboration with Tate Carson (New Orleans) and Stefano D’Alessio (Vienna) as part of the 2014 Weeklybeats Challenge weeklybeats.com/#/tatecarson/music/everyword. The Abandonment (Eclipse) Site-specific improvisation with ukulele and broken bamboo flute under the Mornington Peninsular Freeway/Patterson River bridge just as the … Continue reading
Ping Pong Remix of previous track, Clop, using a ping pong delay. Ping C flute improvisation based on 12-tone row. Ping. Fthmp C flute improvisation featuring key clicks, tongue rams and various other fthmps. Clop C flute improvisation using Sciarrino-style … Continue reading
Thump Improvisation by Faux Foe in duo form (Alice Bennett – flute, Rosa Hwang – piano). Fishy Improvisation by Faux Foe in duo form (Alice Bennett – flute, Rosa Hwang – piano). Sounds a bit fishy.
PROJECT 365 was a challenge to complete and publicly release 365 tracks within the year of 2014. Beginning with participation in the 2014 Weeklybeats Challenge, I initially wanted to set a weekly goal for the purpose of practicing improvisation and … Continue reading
Dal C flute improvisation using flute and voice as well as multiphonics, while cooking a pot of dal. That’s right – multiphonic multitasking. Pigeon Music Collaboration with Vincent Giles featuring improvised C flute with Giles’ own Transmoglifier and Drone … Continue reading
Friday Bass and C flute improvisation. The Tibetan Yak Material taken from yesterday’s recording, Friday, chopped a little and mixed with chorus. Yak music. U8 Samples from a 2 hour recording of my backyard. I left my Zoom outside hoping … Continue reading
Gulls Improvisation with microtonal trills.
Chirp. Using the same whistle tone material as yesterday (unfocussed only), I’ve stretched and layered samples that sound a little like birds. Here is an indication of just how quiet these sounds are: Somewhere in there is a waveform. Chirp.