02: Walking In Water

Listen out for these sounds in Walking In Water:

… for some variation I’ve included a stem of backwards electric guitar that never quite made the Fugitive Light and Themes of Consolation cut.

Andrew Wasylyk

It is ‘opening my studio door’ after I haven’t been able to be there for two months.

Roel Knappstein

One is of a spring day in France in early June. Nathalie and I went for a walk and had a rest beside a pond with frogs.

Roel Knappstein with Nathalie Brans

Fave is midnight the cat, our wee guy who we recently lost to a car during covid:(
He was quite the pianist. We’d love it if that was used somehow! That makes us so happy every time we watch it.

Sandy Carson and Karen Skloss

Here’s a wee thing I made today in my head bubble. Hope it suits, can’t remember if you needed a certain length.
That was fun! So nice to have a play and make something with no parameters, must do that more often, I’d probably get quite a lot done that way.

Emily Scott

here we go, two original recordings of noise (at day and at night) in the middle of the Norwegian Sea / North Atlantic 🙂
It was one the happiest moments and places I have been; I would sit there for hours and tune in—in a way.
Hope you like them and they provide fun for VC, chopping up, filters, or just leaving them as they are.

Jens Ewald

Here are a bunch of Uma sounds for you. Some great purring and chirping, (my fav is on Uma 2.wav 1:04 – sounds like an Ewok).

Bobby Perman (and Becki Crossley)

I caught some wood pigeons in the spring blossoms of Balgay Cemetary overlooking Invergowrie Bay.

Andrew Wasylyk

Track named by Nina Perman. Written and produced by Tommy Perman.

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