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  Jamie Drouin    
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Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Location: Beacon Hill Park, Victoria,
British Columbia, Canada. Recorder: HHB Portadisc. Statement: There is a wonderful, almost distorted tapestry
of sound created by the birds living within the grid work of branches. For the most part, they remain unseen...
small enough to hide inside thin shadows, but their presence is overwhelming. I have accentuated this effect
slightly back in the studio, but it is not a heavy-handed approach: a generous section of pure field recording
has been built into a multilayered loop, using the Electrix Repeater, with each layer slightly out of pitch from
the other. The resulting effect is a highly textural drone, playable at a range of volumes. This track is part of a
larger solo cd titled "vessel".
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