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ccMixter (Remixes of gurdonark)

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Published: Sat, 24 Feb 2018 16:58:57 PST

Last Build Date: Sat, 24 Feb 2018 16:58:57 PST


90s Abandoned Manor

Sun, 05 Nov 2017 07:08:04 PST

An atmospheric remix made by Cadmus using gurdonark's and Admiral Bob's tunes. This reminds me of 90s/2000 videogames soundtracks ...

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Les quatres saisons

Sun, 10 Sep 2017 01:55:23 PST

Hello, I settled myself in front of the computer, and I listened to most of the pieces of gurdonark. Then, here I am in a universe of sounds and magic, indescribable and fairy. Mr Gurdonark, you are a sound magician !! I search the samples, and I find a treasure. I choose some of them and I transform them by trying to recreate the birth of the 4 seasons, with samples and in the background, always singing birds. The more I composed, the more I felt the son of Madame nature. In the middle of the piece, I treated the voice of Kara's excellent tzxte. The better, lie down, put on the helmet, and close your eyes, nature will do the rest. Peace and love. WORDS of Kara Shifting seasons, mother truckers Climate change, mother truckers Shifting seasons, mother truckers Shifting weather patterns Shifting songbird migrations Shifting ocean currents Jet stream Climate change, mother truckers global warming melting sea ice rising sea level heat waves droughts temperatures rising stronger hurricanes heavy downpours flooding wild fires insect outbreaks Shifting seasons, mother truckers Climate change, mother truckers

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For my late friend (ft. Gurdonark)

Tue, 22 Aug 2017 03:58:42 PST

This poem recently appeared in Short and Twisted anthology a brilliant annual Australian collection of poems and stories with unexpected endings. (Celapene Press,, 2017.) ISBN: 9781925572094 (paperback) ISBN: 9781925572100 (ebook : epub) ISBN: 9781925572117 (ebook : kindle) What better disquieting music than Gurdonarks? for my late friend im weary of the euphemisms friends keep saying youve passed like it was a test meanwhile most of you went up in flames and were all breathing in your molecules on a daily basis our conversations and your smiles exist only in my synapses. you were always punctual so why do they keep calling you late? lets face it youre never going to get here

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remains (ft. Gurdonark)

Tue, 04 Jul 2017 07:09:14 PST

Sometimes poems are slow. I began this two weeks after my dad died in 2009. I didnt really get it right until 2016. Thanks once again to Gurdonark for beautiful original music. Remains was first published in Australian Poetry Anthology 2016 (Vol 5) (ed Lisa Gorton & Toby Fitch) 2017, ISSN 2203-3608

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#MOAD (Transformer)

Sat, 22 Apr 2017 10:51:39 PST

Gurdonark is a experimenting with sounds and released some wonderful "Drone" packs here. So I think it is just appropriate to release something experimental with the name "Mother Of All Drones". Transformer because it starts very dystropic and moves to rhytmic back to kind of dystropic. I wanted also to have an on topic mix "Crack the code" - Music for Hackers. Thanks to Miriam Card for allowing me to use her voice.

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Sun, 02 Apr 2017 04:04:38 PST

All samples from the Constellations Secret Mixter event back in October '16. (I think.) airtone - bass, beat, ep, synths and vibraphone urmymuse - bass, beat, guitar and synth DURDEN - guitar gurdonark - beat

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My poetry blog (ft. Gurdonark)

Tue, 31 Jan 2017 09:35:25 PST

This one first appeared as a poem on Red River Review in Nov 2014 Thanks again Gurdonark for your unique music. Incidentally this is my real poetry blog ! my poetry blog every day fills me with wonder. one wonder is why i do this. i mean chronicling my day cataloguing my emotions enumerating my musings is it any nobler than the facebook bore who tells me hes finished his coffee and hes off to go grocery shopping? as if anyone cares. as if anyones listening perhaps we should eliminate the details, write minimalist poetry - revert to a synopsis of narrative plot structure: i was born. one day I died. in the interim i did some stuff.

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Supergirl (Fly in My Dreams Mix)

Sun, 30 Oct 2016 10:59:05 PST

Constellations of Music Secret Mixter Mix of gurdonark It was a huge pleasure browsing through gurdonark's catalog! At some point I decided to stick with uploads that did not use samples from another source - I felt like these were full of a sound design and tonal character that was personal and unique. Various chords, transitions, and other effects were fashioned out of these. Then the whole thing was structured together with some "Etherdust Foundation" and edm inspired percussion, laced with some DeBenedictis "Girl and Supergirl". Hope you enjoy!

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vocabulary of the beach (ft. Gurdonark)

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 04:18:35 PST

We spend a bit of time on the beautiful unspoilt coastline of South Australias Yorke Peninsula. This poem sees the canvas of the beach as a story; the sand, seaweed and pebbles as a kind of mysterious vocabulary. First published in Text and later in my first full collection micromacro (2006 out of print) The music Eyes Open is by Gurdonark whose compositions always seem to be beautiful and mysterious to me, like so many aspects of the natural world. vocabulary of the beach this alphabet of pebbles shells seaweed each morning each tide a recombinant story a subtle language infinite narrative from a finite vocabulary telling the old story each day another way today an almost blank page. a feathery weed brushes a haiku After the storm a cyrillic of bleached Posidonia Sumi-e black seagrass on whitepapered sand Chats leave their own story in cuneiform everyday The mystery explained the rosetta stone, undiscovered.

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Kindling (ft. Gurdonark)

Mon, 26 Sep 2016 05:32:58 PST

Kindling For some reason Douglas Fir is named oregon in Australia. The poem which grew out of ideas I had while chopping wood, was shortlisted for the 2015 Lane Cove Literary Award and subsequently published. For the audio form Ive renamed it Kindling, recorded myself doing my chores and remixed it with Gurdonarks xylophone/ marimba sounds. Thanks once again Robert! oregon douglas firs were felled to build vancouver. perfectly suited to climate and soil type, later replanted as hedges. you see them in shaughnessy where the rich employ gardeners to keep them short-back-and-sides. irrupting in back gardens thrusting skyward, an eternal quest to re-create forest. back here in australia lumber becomes timber. douglas fir rebadged oregon. structurally sound under cover but rotting in weather. my deconstructed balcony repurposed as kindling i tap with the tomahawk and it cleaves with this satisfying hiss of peeling off sunburnt skin hits the concrete, says milk and no xylophone or marimba could produce a note of such sweet eutony. rob walker, 2015. (from Lane Cove Literary Awards 2015 An Anthology Lane Cove Library Local Studies Monograph No. 25 Lane Cove NSW ISBN 978-0-949622-40-2

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A Doll On The Desert

Mon, 08 Aug 2016 20:10:47 PST

Thanks to Bluemillenium : Piano melody gurdonark : Organ chord and other sound scape Morusque : Low beat

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Not For Sale (the Gurdon Light)

Sun, 08 May 2016 12:47:40 PST

The 2016 May Day Secret Mixter delivered gurdonark to my doorstep. I have now explored the "weirdbient" ouevre as well as some very useful field recordings over on freesound. Those used here are: 31451__gurdonark__hangingbell_sample.wav (cc)BY 2007 by gurdonark 31839__gurdonark__Birdsong_down_a_Chimney.wav (cc)BY 2007 by gurdonark ---------- Doing a little research, I was rewarded with this and thought, why not? With a little more serious attention I may clean up the hymn created for the choir in this piece, Not for Sale. But here are the lyrics if wanted: ---------- Not for Sale (cc)BY 2016 D A Ayer It's not for sale... not for sale... this song is not for sale It can't be bought though you can borrow, carry home and sing tomorrow, find it changed by joy or sorrow. Still... This song is not for sale. It's not for sale... not for sale... this heart is not for sale It can't be owned though freely given, shared or taken, cared for, shriven. Might be stolen, even broken. Still... This heart is not for sale.

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So Cold

Sun, 27 Mar 2016 04:47:32 PST

So titled because it was created during the coldest part of the coldest day of this past winter. Thanks to: Klaus_N - beats, bass, flute and rhodes Bluemillenium - beats and synth gurdonark - synths sofamusik - beats(kick) and synth(fx pad) Fireproof_Babies - guitar

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The Gateway

Tue, 01 Mar 2016 12:52:51 PST

Some of my friends have been asking me to put together a collection of music suitable for meditation. It seems Dig the Soundtrack for instrumental music has finally motivated me to start. Jeris's 100 Hz Gamma Wave is a drone throughout, to elevate the consciousness and relax the body. Gurdonark's Eyes Open was magically the same key as my singing bowl and string pad part I'd already recorded. I cut/treated it and spread his calming melody in the gaps between the singing bowl. Kara's beautiful rain storm was exactly what I was looking for for the last section. Thank you all for pushing my creative expression beyond my comfort zone. Peace.

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