Listen out for these sounds in Flickering Candle:
So my sound idea was originally the sound of a prius starting up – whenever I took an uber I loved the noise it made as it drove off.
So I found an example of the sound in a Japanese prius tutorial, and for fun I have left some of the language spoken in if you thought it might work. Prius sound is the focus though from me 🙂Noah Ings
Also, this is a set of recordings I made in the Pacific Northwest a few years ago that I love – it’s an accidental aeolian harp that was made out of some fishing line that was strung up on a dock. It was super windy and it was making a completely amazing noise! I was so excited by it, and I still love listening to it.Yann Seznec (with Kristina Seznec)
It seemed like a simple request, but the more I thought about it, the harder it became to think of a sound that made me feel happy.
So I took the complete opposite route of digging inside and did a finder search of my Hard Drive. I typed in “Happy” and an old, unfinished session came up with the word “happy” in the title.
I listened to it and it made me want to finish it, AND it made me happy. Here is a portion of the guitar track from it. I’m starting to remember how I started to write the song, and all the stuff I was doing at the time, and it makes me happy.Yusuke Hama (Hamacide)
Track named by Maja Wilhelms. Written by Tommy Perman, Yusuke Hama and Sandy Carson. Produced by Tommy Perman.