Category Archives: daily music

The Last One

365 songs in 365 days. I feel great. Thanks go to YOU for listening to however few or many you did. And special thanks to the +1’ers on Google+, and LIkers on FB and Tumblr. Most of all, thank you to the commentators.. I would likely have given up somewhere along the way were it not for your feedback and support. (Matt, Colin Dunne, Brother Colin, Mom & DOD, Andrew Locke, Marlynsuarezexconde, Adam Griffin, Kevin Smith, Eric Bouton, Denny Boynton and all you others.. THANK YOU)

please DO NOT unsubscribe, I’ll be back with QUALITY over QUANTITY in 2015.

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the last one
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form and function

the penultimate daily song for DamnSight. a sweetened-up experiment with building drum noises.

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form and function
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after this

a question to Colin..

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what are we going to do after this?

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after this
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Haeundae night (from Kevin’s veranda)

inspired by the great view (badly photographed here, I admit) of Haeundae beach from my friend Kevin’s veranda last night.

haeundae night

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chaos inhibitor failure

kind of a cross between Eno and Helter Skelter

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chaos inhibitor
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ok, it’s christmas

a chilled-out instrumental

ok its christmas

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nightmares all night

really.. it was not a pleasant night

to Yanghee.. this one is SUPPOSED to be scary, so go ahead and be scared- composers love listeners like you! ^^

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nightmares all night
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delicate little ditty

please, no more christmas songs.. i’m dying of fake good cheer.

delicate little ditty

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Radio Frequency Interference (RFI)

Every sound heard in this piece is RFI, specifically caused by electronic household appliances (like treadmills, light dimmers and TVs). Here’s where I got them: www.arrl.org/household

I don’t blame anyone for skipping this one. I grew up as the son of a Ham Radio Operator and these sounds have always intrigued me.
I want to return to this source material later on, with less focus on drummy rhythms and more on tone blending with noise and timbre juxtapositions. I did that a little here but I want to stretch out and make it a longer study.
one more note: in headphones, this one makes a lot more sense, spatially.

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