DECIDER (experimental sound art)

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But first, Zoolon’s thoughts on wasps and spiders!

Wasps set out to terrify best they can I think. Spiders don’t, they just terrify the terrified, they can’t help it.

In my studio this morning there was a wasp attacking a window and a spider looking a bit down about life fixed to the wall. It, him or she looked as if they want the wall as a home for winter.

As a rule, wasps are easier to get out of the studio than spiders. I put on gloves and a thick coat (haven’t got a face mask or a hat I like yet) and opened the window, let it out. Think it was the last living wasp of 2016. Took off my gloves but left the coat on for a while until it warmed up. Seemed sensible.

Catching spiders and setting them free can be difficult. A mug and a postcard usually does the trick. Problem was, when I started looking for it, him or she, it, him or she wasn’t there. Worrying. I’m trying to write a new mega melody.   I thought I’d give the spider a name before I started work, then forgot.

Anyway, here’s an experimental, electronic song I hope you like called DECIDER made using Bitwig;

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17 comments on “DECIDER (experimental sound art)”
  1. It’s nice that you catch and release spiders instead of killing them 🙂

    1. zoolonaudio says:

      Can’t kill anything or wish them dead. Not saying I’m perfect

  2. inesephoto says:

    Love this one!

    1. zoolonaudio says:

      Thank you, not just for this but for your support as well

      1. inesephoto says:

        I love all of your work 🙂

      2. zoolonaudio says:

        That is good to hear. Self doubt is the curse of musicians, suppose all artists as well.

      3. inesephoto says:

        Self-doubt stimulates creativity 🙂

      4. zoolonaudio says:

        I hope so as I have been making samples using a flexible copper stork from the garden all day. About to manipulate the recording this evening. Might be interesting although didn’t film the event on the Go Pro annoyingly. There is always tomorrow yet the syncing won’t be easy.

      5. inesephoto says:

        It is amazing that every single thing can make a sound 🙂

      6. zoolonaudio says:

        I plan new words soon regarding the defeat of my hero, John Cage. I want to prove such a thing as complete silence exists within human earshot. Sounds silly, yet to a sound artist it is the Holy Grail.

      7. inesephoto says:

        Don’t we always hear the sounds of our body, like our heartbeat?

      8. zoolonaudio says:

        Therein is my problem. Silence can only exist when there is no pulse. I’ll keep on trying.

      9. inesephoto says:

        Keep trying? You mean, the pulse and all? 😉

      10. zoolonaudio says:

        I will! And thank you. You are more special than social media

  3. Ooooo, I like this one…it’s got mystery to it, and it crosses genders…a protagonist with spunk, a bit too much attitude, but also has “the skills to pay the bills,” as it were. Dark glasses and bright lights. I dig it. 😉

    1. zoolonaudio says:

      Thank you. Mood shifts work with manipulated sound better than with captured sound sometimes.

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