Recorded during the month of December 2018 on a pair of Sony ICD-PX470 field recorders (and polished up in Audacity).
This is the first release recorded on such devices, which have offered the best sounding quality I've heard in quite a while.
The opening track, "Lungform Deth Radio," was recorded and assembled the day after I got the first recorder, from Hal McGee as a Christmas present.
The second track, "Sarcophagus in Orbit," was recorded using a loop guitar noise and a contact mic'd hurgy gurdy that I purchased from Adam and Aimee Naworal.
Track three, "Fangs of Despair," was recorded using a cheap Casio knock-off (that I got at a thrift store in St. Petersburg, FL for $3) run through some effects pedals.
Tracks four and five were recorded in the same morning (after I got out of work), on a Casiotone MT-68.
This is the first of hopefully many more recordings done with my new field recorders!
Recorded December 2018
Thanks: Hal McGee, Mr. & Mrs. Naworal, Penny Grune-Fae, Hal Harmon, the In-Between, Electronic Cottage
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I started recording "noise music" in early 2004, completely unaware of any "scenes" or other individuals doing this sort of thing. A lot of lo-fi recordings on a portable tape player, oftentimes guitar or bass feedback drone and delay.