Patiently she waits, knowing I will soon return.
I still can’t quite wrap my head around the fact that while I live in a REMOTE mountain cabin, I’m only 45 minutes away from an hour and ten minute flight to New York City. Thank you, CapeAir for making the trip SO seamless and easy.
Also, I’m glad it’s still winter up here ’cause I’ve got some reading to do.
Well, we did it. We fully maxed out all the addressable channels in Sawdust’s custom Spacemap® system.
So many cables… but after some incredibly helpful support from folks who built this custom system…
The hall sang songs of pure joy. It was glorious!
Composer Greg Wilder curates an evening of contemporary music from 1 to the 102 speakers that make up the Meyer Sound Constellation at National Sawdust. Featuring seminal works by Frank Zappa and Karlheinz Stockhausen in their original format, the evening explores immersive audio and the creative opportunities it affords in a way that can only experienced first hand in the space itself.
This episode covers Alison’s challenge to Greg: to create a piece of music without using his fancy-pants composer craftiness. He’s not allowed to think about what he’s going to make, but has to abandon his training and use only his intuition to create music.
Fun little improv over a track for an upcoming collaboration we call… Vampyr.
(yes, it’s finally gonna happen later this year!)
Nor’easter. Blizzard. Whatever you wanna call it, it’s a lotta snow.
The bottom of that sundial is at least 3 feet off the ground and much of it fell last night.
And Scully slept though the whole thing.