Attributions for the spaces between
Many thanks to the Lucid Art Foundation for their substantial support of this project.
Album photography by Joyce Graves.
Beehive Symphony was derived entirely from a recording of snow falling on an umbrella by freesound artist klankbeeld.
A Mind in the Cave uses recordings from an empty classroom and drips of water in a cave by freesound artists klankbeeld and Sclolex, respectively.
Metal Atom Rain is derived entirely from a recording of a suspended metal napkin holder.
In the Distance uses recordings of the reverberations of wind and rain in Gordon Onslow Ford’s studio.
Painting Sounds Like is derived entirely from a short recording made by Robert Rich. It was subsequently used for Zobeide, an Invisible City of Desire.
Noetic Sky is mostly derived from a recording of a ceiling fan in a San Francisco business office.
Velvet and Silver is mostly derived from a recording of a six-foot-long metal ruler.
Promised uses a recording of the kitchen exhaust fan in the Lucid Art cottage (formerly the writing studio of Jacqueline Johnson).
Ice uses a recording of pond ice melting (freesound artist PressureChief).
The Messenger primarily uses recordings of birds on the Lucid Art campus.
Vrouwtjesvos uses the recording of a screaming fox in the Dutch countryside (freesound artist michieldb.nl)
All pieces were realized in the former studio of Gordon Onslow Ford using Digital Performer and a Prophet X keyboard. Most employed paulstretch and Melodyne.