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NEMO 030
year: 2008

project coordinator:Anders Östberg
mastering: Anders Östberg
artwork:Anders Östberg

The description for this project was to make a composition that reflects our natural environment or wilderness - things that have not been substantially altered by human intervention.

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4 Tim Nelson
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I abruptly changed direction with my track when it looked like a series of circumstances beyond my control (mostly impositions on my schedule, the weather and computer problems) was conspiring to prevent me from making deadline with the location-recorded ocarina/native american flute/peeper frogs piece I had planned. So I jettisoned the peepers l'd already recorded and revived the field recordings l'd made of water splashing in a run-off onto Crescent Beach, about a half mile from where I live in Cape Elizabeth, Maine. Onto a bed of these waves, splashes and birdcalls I layered a few excerpts from a live concert I played on a very rainy night three weeks ago in an old church in Somerville, Massachusetts. (Guitar, mellotron, looping devices.)
comment 15.10.2008: raul bonell (www.myspace.com/theplayingorchestra)
  very intense and true sounds, gentle tim.
something is hardly to find among the dreamy stuff nowadays.
far from furniture!
comment 16.10.2008: Adam J Wimbush (www.myspace.com/ascsoms)
  never fails to satisfy

comment 20.10.2008: Nick Robinson (www.looping.me.uk)
  The balance of the natural to human sounds is perfect - they complement each other perfectly

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