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I got up this morning... before anything I checked my emails for this weeks Junto...I'm going away for the weekend so I had to get on with it ASAP - after my family left for work and school I dug in...I recorded my doorbell, phone and microwave and started working with the sounds. Stretched some, threw some into Ambient, reversed and pitched up and down in Ableton. Decided on two sounds both after a trip through Ambient (I know, but I just got it) cut them up ad panned them around. Then I added some reverb, Reaktor delay and a bit of spectral drone´ing
*Disquiet Junto Project 0072: Domestic Score*
This week’s project is based on field recordings of wherever it is that you live.
The goal is to produce a relaxing score to your domestic life by employing noises
that intrude on that life.
Step 1: Make a recording of your doorbell, or whatever noise it is that someone
would make when announcing their arrival at your residence. If you don’t have a
functioning doorbell, then, for example, record the sound of a knock on your door.
Step 2: Record between one and three additional sounds that intrude on your life:
your phone’s ring, perhaps, or the alarm on your microwave oven.
Step 3: You will now have between one and four sounds recorded. Using those sounds
as source material, compose a new, original piece of music that could easily be
described as gentle or meditative. You can transform them as much as you choose, but
each should in some way still be evident and recognizable in the mix. You cannot add
any other sounds to the project.
Deadline: Monday, May 20, 2013 at 11:59pm wherever you are.
Length: Your track should have a duration of between two and six minutes.
More on this 72nd Disquiet Junto project, which involves making a domestic score
from sounds recorded in your own home, at: http://disquiet.com/2013/05/16/disquiet0072-domesticscore/
More details on the Disquiet Junto at: