• Noisefield - collaboration with Pleudoniem
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Noisefield - collaboration with Pleudoniem
on: February 03, 2021, 23:25:29
« Last Edit: February 04, 2021, 23:26:23 by oorlab »
https://soundcloud.com/oorlab/noisefield
featuring @Pleudoniem  on bass and guitars.
This song is about the concept Noisefield from electrical engineering that I stumbled upon in this article
https://dukespace.lib.duke.edu/dspace/bitstream/handle/10161/19839/Bjornstad_duke_0066D_15312.pdf?sequence=1


Noisefield

Interfering waves
My radio's receiving naught
Through this solar storm.

I know
We've go to weather this one out
Sometime it's hard
Sometimes it's hard
Some time it's ... hard
To focus on what needs to be done.

Stuck in a noisefield

Interchanging disarranging
Plots are twisting all the time
Pundits on the channels framing
Whatever the company is willing to pay.

Stuck in the noisefield

Genes and memes,
Caught in maelstrom.
Time to act is in short supply:
We can only build this raft together
To get us out of this noisefield.

All comments welcome, on structure, texture, lyrics, mix, mastering and anything else you'd like to share



Re: Noisefield - collaboration with Pleudoniem
Reply #1 on: February 03, 2021, 23:49:14
There is irony in the title, as the interaction about it also turned out to be a bit of a noisefield - completely unintentional, of course.  It was nice working on it though :)
Pleudoniem: composer; bass guitarist; guitarist; singer; drummer; tap-guitarist - o, and yes... erm- a bit of keys. Open for collabs.
SoundCloud Page: https://soundcloud.com/pleudoniem


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Re: Noisefield - collaboration with Pleudoniem
Reply #2 on: February 04, 2021, 11:48:21
If you listen to long wave radio, like I did for years and years, you will notice that the solar activity (flames and explosions) is audible in the way the station can be received.
I heard how ‘radio amateurs’ would call that noise field from time tomtime and the title reminded me of solar activity.

This is an ad lib reaction.
And I will take the time later to listen carefully @Pleudoniem @oorlab
I bet it’s going to be an interesting ride.
Kind regards, Gus