What happens when the children of the gods get a hold of the weather machine? Listen to find out.
I recorded the piece in one real-time pass with no edits to a Zoom H2 running on battery. The song is primarily based on the field recording of a thunderstorm. Most of the low bass sounds is a manipulated thunder clap. I recorded this in a park in Louisville, CO on my Octatrack running on battery. I performed the piece by playing the OT in chromatic mode and by manipulating parameters in real-time – so no sequencing.
- Date & Time: June 2013 Rain and thunder storms are field recording from Louisville, CO.
- Location: Louisville, CO
- Recorder: Zoom H2n
- Format: 44.1kHz/24bit 120 degree stereo
Additional Source Audio (Octatrack Food)
The somewhat rhythmic resonant sounds are a heavy manipulated guitar sample courtesy of Denver musician Kent Barton. The choir sound is a manipulated choir sample from an Alchemy library.
Instrumentation & Instrumentalies
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