between coincidence and augury
1. flight patterns of birds 25:33
2. signs of things that happened 25:49
recorded August 2018 in Gainesville, Florida
with three Sony ICD-PX470 stereo digital dictaphones
Yamaha Reface CS and Korg Monotron synthesizers
Minimoog Model D and Noisemusick iPhone apps
plus circuit bent Casio SK1 and sounds of every day life
from Custer's Last Stand
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This is excellent!
LL, thanks for these comments. These assemblages DO seem to have a much wider frequency and dynamic range than many or most of the assemblages I've done previously. I did not use any microcassette or cassette on these albums, which means that the sound is less compressed.
C. Goff III
I just listened to this album twice with headphones while writing some correspondence -- a great accompany to my work. The augury aspect hit my ears with a wonderful sense of timing and spacing. The coincidences created a meditative ambience that nudged my attention without burdening me with excesses of aggression nor monotony. I'm thinking that the Hal hearing problems must have taken leave for this achievement to be fulfilled? I hope that this is true, and I hope to hear more Halbums like this in the future.
Wonderful work! I enjoyed it a lot
LL, C3, and Rafa, thanks for your comments. I am happy that you enjoy the album. I forgot to list on the album cover and in the info here that I also used the Moog Model D and the Noisemusick applications for iPhone.
Nice work, Hal!
Thank you, William. I am glad that you like it!
Juan Angel Italiano
Bravo! very good.
Thank you, Juan. I am happy that you enjoy it.
Very good! Hal.
Eduardo, thank you for your comment. I am happy that you have found my new album enjoyable.
Thoroughly enjoying this!
Phillip, I am quite happy that you enjoy "between coincidence and augury".
This is most excellent my friend! Sorry it took me so long to be able to listen.
Hi Chris! I am happy that you enjoyed your first listen(s). You should receive a hard copy any day now!
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