Working a lot these days. Just editing recordings some as recent as today, some ten or twelve years old. I am coming to a certain place with the conceptualization of the loop and how the loop points to cyclic space, in no time I am thinking of cycling life and Buddhist ideas become enlightening.
So I enjoy the relentless overdubbing of sounds, it becomes hypnotic, completely trance inducing. What I am trying to do is use the most “unpleasant” sounds in the proper syncopation to create this effect.
That was created starting form a recording from an audio testing disc from the ’70’s. I love the announcers voice because it is so flexible to filters and alterations. There are many other samples used to replace drum hits and side chains to keyboards. It sounds so complicated but is just seems to come.
A line from “The Western Lands” a book by William S. Burroughs, it is a retelling of the passage from life to the after life as seen by this fascinating and imaginative mind. “He sold his should for a strap-on” pretty well tells the whole story of violence and intolerance.