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Disquiet Junto number eleven.
I read this on Thursday and maybe played the game of telephone with myself all weekend. Because as I read it now, I kinda went off into another thing a bit. Here were the rules:
Disquiet Junto Project 0011: Daily Rhythm
Plan: The eleventh Junto project requires you to make an original field recording, and to then make something of it. This project focuses on rhythm. The field recording should be of some rhythmic mechanical sound from everyday life: a dishwasher, a car's turn signal, a hard drive, a bicycle, whatever you choose. That recording should serve as the main rhythmic element of your track. You can edit the recording, certainly, but it should remain recognizable; you should only edit it to whittle it down to a core rhythmic section. To it you can add whatever sounds you like, but the rhythm should be central and prominent in the finished track.
There are a lot of rhythms going on, and the thought here was that the jackhammer was the "core." But that's debatable at best. It doesn't even appear until more than halfway through the track.
Sounds heard here are my niece counting cups of hot chocolate on Sunday morning, the aforementioned jackhammer this morning, and guitar noodling on my porch this evening as fiancée types on her Macbook.