Reviews for "The CSoul Buddha Machine Generation Mix"
permalink Wed, Aug 24, 2011 @ 7:49 AM
Great man. I wanted to do a Buddha machine remix a few years ago, never got around to it.
permalink Wed, Aug 24, 2011 @ 11:42 AM
I didn’t have any information about Buddha machine before your remix.I visited their web site,very interesting.
Very experimental sound i liked to listen it.Thanks for remixing me.
permalink Wed, Aug 24, 2011 @ 4:21 PM
I had never heard of the Buddha Machine so I read about and listened to some before playing this. I probably shouldn’t have. I spent the first few minutes wondering why anyone would imprison specific sounds in a box when it’s so much easier and more versatile as a simple sound file. But then I was able to convince that part of my brain to shut up and just be in the hear and now and the evening breeze. In the end there is no end. All is and becoming and no became. No positive or negative, rather value as an experience.
Thank you for those sound words, Speck!
Since Bill Violas question ‘if there were condominiums in data-space’, I am searching for those. ‘Blind’ editing of film/video is done easily in software. Volunteering in the production/creation of sound has also taught me the potentials of ‘deaf-mixing’ using i.e. only visual criteria to mash-up things. It all goes and as long as you’re willing to accept the result - you’ll find those condominiums. They are really generic and creative. Inspiring even. Good or very good. …but odd enough, the Buddha Machines are like all mechanical systems quite different from (the work in) data-space: you operate the machines, you’re in the music. You don’t have to like it - but you’re in it.
You’re words are after my heart. …maybe we all just wish ourselves back into the sixties… I know I sometimes do. Both, when I work/play in data-space and when I operate the machine - I look for the interface.
It’s a good thing that you rarely - if at all - post a ‘how I did it’ in your uploads. It makes an immediate listening - I enjoy that :)