Thanks for listening.
I just wrote this for my user profile, so I may as well add it here:
I’m really interested in the complex, non-repeating textures of outdoor soundscapes. In much of the music I make, I try to capture, simulate and represent a particular relationship with these textures. I try to combine this with other interests: choral timbres, an increasing preoccupation with low volume and space; signal morphing and gentle melodic structures.
If that seems vaguely interesting to you, you may enjoy hearing some of it:
I’ll try to follow up on some links other artists have left here, as well.
Stuff ends up here.
And by stuff I mean a collection of modular noodling, somewhat polished tracks, and recording of live gigs I’ve done. Enjoy!
Hi. I do Bandcamp as Irving Park and I released an album of only processed piano in this label called Fluid Audio a little bit ago, it was pretty fun.
long ways to go but the prototype works now:
Quitting MW/Reddit/FB/Social Media
I am using this to dump trials, experiments and rehearsals for now. I’m hoping to find time to focus on some completed pieces for a release on Bandcamp in the new year
jams! here’s some links to a tape that just came out on my buddies label Oxtail, and a split I did for some of my bleep bloop heros over at Orange Milk (starting on track 4)
here is my last album on the label’s bandcamp
Kicked off my bandcamp with a recording of a 2010 performance of my composition “The Means Of Production”. Synthesizers.com modular, Max-based effects and monome-driven looper (my Circles thing, which I keep on promising to share…). Whee!
Here is 20 characters worth of my bandcamp
I’m starting a subscription series over at my bandcamp page. Mostly live recordings. First release goes out tomorrow.
You can also follow along via my email newsletter: karlfousek.com/connect
Electronics, piano, and voice in various combinations