Bit of a late one last night, hit the sack at 5:45 and heard the most beautiful dawn chorus. Had to get back out of bed to find my portable recorder. Opened the bedroom window and was greeted by what sounded like thousands of birds waking up in the cool crisp morning. The misty sky was glowing and ominous red, It was intensely wonderful. Here is the recording plus some layered and pitched treatments I made with it. London can be so beautiful.
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I like how Gilbert & George use the bus. Dont forget to come to music hackspace tonight peeps!
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