hey! thanks so much for sharing the kind words and stimulating thoughts
I really love your music… And Kaitlyn’s as well…
I don’t know if it makes any sense but I feel some kind of Pacific Northwest nature spirit vibes in both of your music, in a way that seems a bit like a family resemblance. Not that you’re not both individuals, but that you live in the same “tipi” and the vibe is unavoidably interwoven, in a beautiful tribal kind of way…
I have aspirations in that general direction for my own music, so it was a lovely surprise to discover that you were a regular on lines…
Btw, I met you briefly at Berklee when you two visited a while ago. I was the older guy sitting in front asking questions… the event was in the modular lab before the show later that night… which I missed because I have a bit of a challenge driving at night… argh…
I was at the show but not the modular lab, so in some spiritual way our experiences might add up to a full one
Someday we should hang!
I just discovered this album today and already like it a lot: very dense, organic and calming. @shellfritsch If you don’t mind sharing, I’d love to hear if this is all Eurorack? If so, this is one of the most Buchla-esque Eurorack albums I know.
Is any shop holding physical copies of this? Or is there any talk of a repress? It’s a great record and 250 copies is unfortunate
thanks so much
synths i used include: eurorack, op-1, volca fm, cs60, jupiter-8
i know what you mean about the buchla vibes. i’m very inspired by the sounds of those instruments. we have a music easel but it somehow didn’t make it onto this album.
@hawksquill there is a re-press coming…
ahhh good to hear that!
Thanks, that’s interesting. I think it’s both: sounds and sequencing. Anyway, you did very well without the music easel.
happy to announce that the 2nd run of sharing waves lands this fridayayayay
~ ~ now in full color ~ ~
also soooo stoked this is getting worldwide distribution via stones throw - so folks outside the US can save on shipping and get a copy from bleep, juno, etc.
Dang…I recently bought the digital.
a long time ago in a
galaxy redwood forest far,
far away …
but not, like, that far away
Been listening to this again lately. The last few minutes of Forest Bathing feature some beautiful sounds that are wooden, percussive, and reedy at the same time.