old experiments for learning about subtractive synthesis made from 2003 to 2005. made about one track per day.
the songs are in many cases set up so that they reveal more the higher the volume - like having to listen closely - but as a consequence the more so distracting becomes the general forest. today i still find the rawness of the sounds unusual. each song should have something the others have not. the tracks should have a relatively wide dynamic range, some polyrhythms, hidden detail and mostly self-created, synthesized instruments (based on mathematical formulas instead of pieces of recorded sound).
cc-nc-sa. free to copy, create derivatives/remixes as much as you like and to use samples or use it as a template, all without asking for permission when used non-commercially
stream lossless below or download a package here
first musical tries. the first three tracks are a concept on creative process: conception: "session", work: "build up", and "use". it is different from the following albums in the structure of tracks and that it uses pre-recorded bits of sound primarily. i would recommend to listen from start to end, as i think it can be rewarding, and it is only 1.3 kiloseconds long
perhaps the least interesting in the series, except for the included four-song harsher noise collection "3.5".
tracks that had not been included in other albums