Free music blog: I put sketches and ideas up on a page at zenpho.blogspot.com where each track has a little short explanation or story attached to it.
I've only included a link to the blog here because the music really does work better when paired with the little stories. I'm fascinated by the idea of pairing [music with visuals].
This "music+stories" idea is another experiment to pair music with images, but this time the images are directly inside your head!
I'm interested to hear any comments people have about this idea, or the music+stories themselves - feel free to leave comments on the blog.
One of my projects is freely available on archive.org; called [one hundred ambient tones], it is a collection of short ~40sec ambient audio snippets designed to be listened to in "random" or "shuffle" ordering. The transitions between tracks, chosen randomly by your machine on playback, become the focus.
The content varies from soft whiring drones to raucous screeching of metal-on-metal recorded with contact-microphones, Includes recordings of Bipolar Junction Transistor shot noise, reference noisefloors from many popular brands of VHS video recorders, waveforms from a YMF262 chip, and the results of altering the encoding and decoding of Linear Predictive Coding for voice communications, and of MP3 compression.