A small collection of ambient and electronic stuff.
The title tracks samples John Fahey's Solo guitar piece "My Station Will Be Changed in a Little While." The spoken sections are sampled from a 1969 television interview with John Fahey.
"Like, Fifty Hundred" is inspired by Alvin Lucier's works featuring "pure wave generators."
November Graveyard was created by sending prerecorded music through a multi-effect unit and recording the results. The only intervention on my part was setting up the effects, leaving the electronics to their own devices; this piece be could therefore be labelled as "generative/process music." The recording then was altered further using various software, adding a heavily effected recording of Sylvia Plaith reading the poem from which the title is derived.
Hurrian Hymn No. 6 is my interpretation of R.J. Dumbrill's Realization of the original cuneiform tablet dating from approximately 1400 BCE. Subtle use of granular synthesis to create a spacious sound.