Friday, September 28, 2007

Oval - You are here, here 0.9 B

An organic strumming is attacked by chopped distortion. A constant pulsing of the base grounds the piece structurally. The low end becomes equally pronounced quickly. Everything skips out and halts. The computer begins thinking again. Its thoughts culminate with the familiar base and new high orbits. Volume is quickly pushed on me. Final melodic notes end the static's frustration. Why didn't the computer pan or alter its stage width?

Charles N.

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