“Over 60 minutes of electronic ambient soundscapes designed to complement H.P. Lovecraft inspired board games, card games, role-playing or reading.
I have been developing my “soundscapes” composition technique recenty with the aid of a sequencer called Nodal, which was developed around 2005 at Monash University, Australia.
Soundscapes and images inspired (at least in part) by avant garde composers of the last century, including Karheinz Stockhausen and György Ligeti.
“Humpback” is a relaxing New Age style musical composition involving psycho-active acoustics.
A multimedia creation evolved out of hand-drawn line sketches.
A multimedia project exploring some of the places where a mind can go by striving to work unfettered by logic or convention.
Time. What is it? Is it a fundamental component of an objective reality, or is it an illusion?
A multimedia project involving an online ‘book’ with accompanying music/poetry/story.
A New Age style soundscape. An exercise in formulaic music creation.
I am fortunate to have as a friend the composer Eric Craven. He encourages my efforts, and doesn’t mind at all that a person with very little musical training is performing his music. Eric’s “non-prescriptive” compositions allow the performer a very significant degree of freedom to interpret the composer’s intentions, so they are ideal for…
A “tongue-in-cheek” realisation of one of Eric Craven’s compositions.
Realising an extract from “Sonata No.8 for One or More Keyboards” by Eric Craven.
A video fantasia set to my realisation of Eric Craven’s “Twelve” from “Set for Piano”.