So, this past weekend’s Zero Times Infinity performance was fun and weird and all the expected things. Small space, small turnout … which sounds like bitching, but isn’t, because that’s my favorite sort of gig. Playing shows, for me, is mostly about the experience of making music collaboratively and getting to hang out with friends and associates whom I haven’t seen in a long time. I find the part where I’m performing music for strangers vaguely creepy, to the extent that I think about it at all.

Now that the show is over, I figured I’d put up some recordings from the solo practice sessions during which I developed the techniques I eventually used during the performance. Geek notes: most of the sound was generated in either Audiomulch or Metasynth, piped into Ableton via SoundFlower for further mixing and processing. This was combined with parameter automation in Numerology. The results are very noisy, so I uploaded them to the noise set on my SoundCloud page. Enjoy!

[Note: track no longer on Soundcloud]