did you know tilde.town has a blog? i often don't and i write the thing tilde.town/blog.html

i'm investing in it more and just added a cute lil thing to it

hi, I focused on completing something album length during the pandemic. it is finally released and is a half soft half harsh noise album inspired by swamps, plants, family, places, field recordings, decay, lushness. it's my first ever bandcamp release and i would be honored if you peeked.

graveyard-theory.bandcamp.com/

"yeah, i know how to master audio"

*opens audacity, adds fade-in/fade-out, slaps reverb on the whole thing*

here u go

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@d6 yeah! i count myself very lucky to have had great music influences growing up, including my noise friend i met bc he worked with my older brother. friend ran a noise label for our little region and was peddling releases (his label and others) constantly. face of vehemence was his recommendation for someone brand new to noise and i took to it immediately. looking back i guess it was a new album still? this was like 2003 or 2004. prog/psych rock dad and jam band band older brother-in-law laid the groundwork for me becoming a noise fiend.

this is the album that got me into noise. i bought it from a friend on CD out of a plastic bag he took to the noise shows he organized at a local coffee shop when i was in high school and he was finishing up college. i spent countless meandering country drives with this in the CD player with the volume as high as i could stand it, just basking in the literal vibration of the car.

youtube.com/watch?v=OppnF5uM51

@monsterblue hell i want to *be* a magic cicada who never knows sadness

instrument idea: elaborate hive of cells each with its own cicada and a variable sized hole. modulate by covering/exposing the holes.

also the cicadas are magic and will never die or need food or know sadness

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@d6 i feel like dwarf fortress has a fundamentally different perspective on its world: a collective instead of individual one. its graphics, too, seem to be not so screen readable.

what's a text based / screen readable minecraft look like?

i was envisioning tracking a 3d coordinate space navigated with arrow keys and a text readout of mineral concentrations in your immediate field of vision

maybe a mole simulation game? but the moles can cutely make stuff out of what they dig up

watching an old, low resolution .avi of KOYAANISQATSI and the digital artifact corruption feels like an intentional change to bring it into the 21st century

at the risk of being cliche, i am getting into using a "real" camera. played with a rental DSLR last week then bought a used one on Saturday. had an absolute blast at a cemetery this weekend.

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