About ten years ago I took up drawing again after nearly thirty years of not drawing at all. I had always hoped to start again eventually. It ended up being an Apple iPad that motivated me to get started again.
The Procreate app that I use will create a time lapse video of any drawing I create. I recently decided to pair some of these time-lapse videos with some short improvisational pieces that hadn't found a home. It is interesting to watch the drawing come to life. Adding music made it seem a bit like I was watching early film that had musical accompaniment. It is an area I hope to experiment with more.
Editor's Note: Below are three high definition video players. Viewers have the option to view the videos full-screen. Plus the videos are downloadable.
Phillip Klampe has been enjoying music and sound since that little pocket radio in the late 1960s started sharing music and weird noise on the AM band. Failed attempts at piano, guitar, and violin over the years eventually led to experimenting with music in the late 1970s thanks to the D.I.Y. methods exposed by punk and post punk music. The rise of the cassette tape networking of the 1980s resulted in the first homogenized terrestrials sounds being made available (1986). Since settling on that name, there have been many releases over the years as well as collaborations and a few performances. Related hobbies are photography, drawing, digital graphics, and buying synths (both hard and soft).