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Another section from the sound piece I created to accompany the iSlug art installation at Horsebridge Arts Centre, Whitstable. Much of this track is made up of field recordings of ants, mosquitos, other creatures and things (used straight and treated) however it also features
Automat synth (free softsynth download).

The piece is a kind of journey, a movement across the English landscape. What I find particularly fascinating is how hard it is to determine what is synthesised and treated from what is natural sound.
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said 4656 days ago (October 20th, 2006)
I'm itchy from the ears out
This is an amazing, intriguing sound movie.
It would fascinating I think to watch how animals (insects to amphibians
to mammals) react to this audio file.
Stunt Kabbage said 4653 days ago (October 23rd, 2006)
On hearing this track...
... Arnold (my pet earwig) wasn't remotely impressed - but then he's more into


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Vic Holman said 4655 days ago (October 20th, 2006)
don't know how you..
managed to record those insects so clearly. intriging non the less. how
big do they grow in those parts?
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Stunt Kabbage said 4655 days ago (October 21st, 2006)
... I wasn't responsible for the source sound recordings and you've just
highlighted to me that I ought to give the appropriate attributions - I'll have to
wade back through my files and dig these out. Hopefully this shouldn't detract
from the overall piece as using these sound files is like taking loops and hacking
them about, etc. The effort and time put in on this is much the same as when I
create a 'musical' track...

Thanks for listening and feeding back.


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said 4655 days ago (October 21st, 2006)
how did you do that, do you have a very small microphone. Just kidding
this was an excellent experience. It took me to the heart of the animal
world (insect) world, well anyway great production
datafunk said 4655 days ago (October 21st, 2006)
mic row cosmos
I want to be as small as them so you'd record me singing lalalaaaaaaaaaaaaa
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Rebsie said 4618 days ago (November 27th, 2006)
The good old English landscape, eh?
Ah ... the sounds I hear when I'm stoned in the garden, especially if I happen to fall over in the wild bit down the bottom.

Intriguing and unusual ... I'm sorry to say Arnold has no taste, but I'll forgive him.
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