Three tracks culled from three different sessions, 2001 - 2002. All with gbloink! 1.8 and the SoundBlaster Live! card.
Dalloway forces high-pitched pads and panpipes into an almost unbearable drone. Too loud for the digital recording it clips awkwardly on occassions. Yet achieves a kind of harsh digital sublimity, somewhere between noise and new-age.
Gbloink! vs. Gbloink! is one of several attempts to use Gbloink! with other music generating / sound-making software. Although in this case, the twist is that a Gbloink! improvisation was recorded, and then a second improvisation was recorded over the top. It's basically two Gbloink!s playing together. Note that at one point the underlying recording was restarted so there's a about a minute's worth of repetition at the beginning of one of the tracks.
This Paluscran was originally the "Nifts" section of a longer improvisation (also called "Paluscran"). The rest was forgetable, but in my not so humble opinion this is probably the best, most interesting and ambitious piece I ever produced with Gbloink!