Written for and dedicated to Siori Kitajima who helped me to find a measure of peace in this life.. a sense of stillness and acceptance toward all possible futures.
This album is composed of manipulated field recordings of military aircraft. A pastoral exercise precisely 60 minutes in length. It is organized by musical fourths.
This album contains samples of previous works. Snippets of older tracks were used as raw material to feed into grain synths and tape delays.
This album contains a lot of generative and random elements. If you mixed down (exported) the track from the DAW (Ableton) multiple times without changing anything manually, you would still get drastically different results. I mixed down the tracks multiple times and picked the one I liked the best from each machine's project file.
This album is an attempt to explore entropy from a new angle. The tracks increase in complexity and 'errors' over time while attempting to maintain an overall sense of peacefulness. This is meant to be music to fall asleep and dream intricate dreams to. A white noise inspired collage composed of echos from the past writing a story about the future.
This album is the sister sibling of it's brother Nicolas Cage Fight:
This album has no 'mastering' per se. Mastering would have changed the sound.
Field Recordings from Twentynine Palms, Joshua Tree, Morongo Valley, Palm Springs and Okinawa, Japan 2016-2019.
Final Assembly at the Bunny San Tachi Institute of Peacefulness in Morongo Valley, California in 2019.
Primary Album Tools:
Zoom H4 Recorder
Slate + Ash Auras
Modartt Pianoteq 6
EarthQuaker Devices Avalanche Run V1
Spectrasonics Omnisphere 2.6
Valhalla Room, Valhalla Delay
Izotope Vocalsynth 2
Surreal Machines Diffuse
released April 15, 2019
Music: Joseph Minadeo
Album Art: Melanie Bass