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Published: Fri, 19 Jan 2018 05:42:17 PST

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Sleep, Amelia. Sleep. (ft Gurdonark)

Mon, 28 Oct 2013 02:41:10 PST

Another remix of the talented work of Gurdonark. I guess you could call this a lullaby without words for our beautiful Amelia. Piano: Gurdonark Soprano sax: Puie Cello: Anchor/Jaff Seijas Shakuhachi: rob walker As always, each individual shakuhachi track is available in the zipfile if anyone can recycle. Thanks to all.

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American Elections

Sat, 15 Sep 2012 22:40:50 PST

Feelin' like a crook at each secret mixter challenge, cause I'm used to torture any sample and midi track to make it work with mine...Hope that Gurdonark won't be disappointed. Using the freeware synth Cadencia - See "how I did it"...

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leaving school behind

Sat, 25 Aug 2012 16:23:01 PST

leaving school behind as you leave the school behind at lunchtime - eight lessons down, three to go - the individual squeals of children meld to a distant discord and you are swallowed by the dormitory suburb. neat houses behind electric shutters which might contain other humans- or not. the roads of childhood straight as a diagonal shortcut across a vacant block are no longer in vogue. in the New Suburbia curves are de rigeur. footpaths, kerbs & berms designed with civil engineers compasses, in perfect arcs as rare in nature as the straight line. its a quilt of patches that dont quite merge. one owners fescue selvaged to his neighbours buffalo grass. visible mending. in the no-mans-land of borders and disputed territory- the verge, the drains, nature reasserts herself with a welcome entropy of tangled mustardweed, marshmallows, artichokes & impenetrable tufts of phalaris. in this suburb divided up like lessons or rows of desks, you find yourself drawn towards disorder. the creek They will never tame. the weeds. as you leave the school behind at lunchtime the individual squeals of children meld to a distant discord and you are swallowed by the dormitory suburb. and you are swallowed by the dormitory suburb rob walker, 2007. One of the few audio poems of mine that has never been published in print. In 2007 I was leaving school @ lunchtime (the original title) quite a lot for the sake of my own sanity. One day it turned into a poem. I mixed it with some string-quartet-type-sounds on Garageband. It made it on the GoingDownSwinging double-CD #25, 2007. This time Ive rerecorded the vocal and mixed it with Gurdonarks minimalist Sensitive and added a little shakuhachi for atmospherics. My thanks to Gurdonark for yet another beautiful composition to work with.

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Space News Alert

Sun, 19 Aug 2012 02:32:04 PST

Electronico and ElRon XChile are back with another adventure. The boyz go back to the future. video: Attributions: (1) Guitar - ElRon XChile (2) Synthesizers - Electronico (3) Power hits courtesy of Doru Malaia (4) WOW Signal - Part of the collection: Community Audio Artist/Composer: Curri Martinez, Date: 2005-03-16 (5) Audio of President Kennedy's speech is public domain and courtesy of Rice University (6) Apollo 11 audio - Creative Commons license: Public Domain Mark 1.0

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Memory loss

Mon, 06 Aug 2012 06:17:11 PST

I don't know why, but I find the track Lost in Memory by Gurdonark incredibly melancholy, yet mesmerising. I just added a bit of shakuhachi, playing as sadly as I could... Thanks to Gurdonark and TheDICE for the samples.

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Man Above It

Sun, 17 Jun 2012 00:44:32 PST

While working on space music, ElRon wanted to record using the vocoder feature on his Digitech pedal gadget. We decided to use the samples in a reverse Vidian remix. After cutting out a couple of bars from Vidian's Simple Thingz and reversing the sample, we heard "see, see, see a man above it." Vidian sure knows how to plan ahead. Play her material backwards to find new song material. It was a fun accident. I loaded the sample into a mixer channel that had been set for reverse playback. A title and message was born.

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Insect Love

Sun, 19 Feb 2012 05:17:10 PST

Imagine the edge of a rainforest in Costa Rica. Listen to the sounds of throngs of cicada. Imagine a humid drizzle of romance. Insects out-number us. They have complex personal relationships. They make curious sounds and have legs and sometimes wings we do not have nor understand. We imagine we know the ways of insects. But who can know the joys of insect love? Vidian's work on this site is complex, extremely well-presented and a thoroughly enjoyable listen. My remix does not do Vidian justice, but my muse took flight on little cupid-like dragonfly wings to this particular song.

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Gnark Whales

Thu, 13 Oct 2011 02:27:53 PST

There be whales Attributes: (1) "Whale" courtesy of schluppipuppie Licensed CC BY (2) "Diving with Whales" courtesy of kevoy Licensed CC 0 (3) "Whale" courtesy of stomachache Licensed CC 0

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The Hook EP 16 (GameSoundCon)

Tue, 14 Jun 2011 17:00:47 PST

In this episode, the Hook enters a realm of virtual reality, where worlds are being created and emergent behavior abounds. In this space of total immersion, video game audio is a whole new critical frontier. GameSoundCon hosts Brian Schmidt and Paul Lipson join us for this audio journey. Here the hook is about real-time mixing, sound events, and layering multiple audio streams into 5.1 surround. Put on your headphones and follow the giants of video game audio into this 30min soundscape featuring: scottaltham, Gurdonark, morgantj, rewired, Zapac, phasenwandler, Morusque, DoKashiteru, medicisoundsystem, and mindmapthat. Voice encoder by

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My Journey

Tue, 08 Mar 2011 06:15:42 PST

I heard "The Pilgrim" and thought I had to do something with it but what? Then I discovered Magic_Moon's "Restless heart (rnb beat mix)" which fitted in nicely. I hope you think so too. Enjoy!

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