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Sound-In Event, 1/19-21, 2017 "Rise" 46 Replies

Welcome to another Sound-In event! We look forward to music postings and discussion as always. This week the optional theme is "Rise." This can be interpreted in any way, with regard to world events, or personal issues, or as an abstract concept…Continue

Tags: modern, classical, ambient, electronic, experimental

Started by Bruce Hamilton in sound-in. Last reply by Bruce Hamilton 21 hours ago.

ImprovFriday-Saturday Sound Sketches Friday the 13th into Saturday the 14th 21 Replies

Friday the 13th is a day of Creative forces. The moon was full on thrusday and in the sign of Cancer. This explains things? IDK - but the theme for this Friday's Improvisations is Sound Sketches. Putting down just the framework for much larger works…Continue

Tags: Creative., Music, New, Improvisations

Started by William V Newbold in sound-in. Last reply by James Bailey Jan 16.

Sound-In for Anti-Music Event 29 Replies

Greetings all. JC here. The theme for the SI event this week is Anti-Music. Optional, to join in the fun create music in a style, genre, etc., which you have overheard or have been directly told is not music. Example, "rap isn't music, everyone…Continue

Started by J.C. Combs in sound-in. Last reply by J.C. Combs Jan 8.

Reflective ImprovFriday, Into the Light, Into the New Year, Dec. 30, 2016 - Jan. 1, 2017 58 Replies

Wosers as a friend of mine likes to say! Here we are on the remaining hours…Continue

Tags: electronic, acoustic, creative, common, electro-acoustic

Started by Jim Goodin in sound-in. Last reply by Jim Goodin Jan 3.

Sound-In January 19-21, 2017 "Rise"

Paul H. Muller
Gathering Darkness

Paul Mimlitsch
"regression friday"



Benjamin Smith





Jim Goodin

Rise Across the Sky

Red Scare Ris(ing)

rye sing

Looking Across West Texas

Steve Layton

Rise 1

Rise 2

Bruce Hamilton

for you

Shane W. Cadman


Roger "ErocNet" Sundström


Broken Lline

Going Home

Old Country


Norbert Oldani

Sky Blue

Bill Newbold
and the dead in Christ shall rise  first:1 Thessalonians

it is so real now 2

animoog mix at Starbucks 1

James Bailey
Foreign Rising


(Occasionally) Rising to the Occasion

Climbing the Cliff

J.C. Combs

Chris Vaisvil


Christiane Offenbar

in wandelwonderland (soundcloud)

Christiane Offenbar (vocals, melody), mlleduplessis (lyrics), Chris Vaisvil (accompaniment ) 

in wandelwonderland

Roger Sundström, James Bailey, Christiane Offenbar (mix Steve Layton)


Benjamin Smith, Paul Mimlitsch (mix Steve Layton)
The Wound

Shane Cadman, Paul Muller, Bruce Hamilton, Steve Layton, Bill Newbold, Chris Vaisvil (mix Steve Layton)
Out Of Body

Christiane Offenbar, Bill Newbold, Roger Sundström, James Bailey x 2 (mix Steve Layton)
Great Again

Roger "ErocNet" Sundström

Shine Out (feat: Paul Mimlitsch, Bruce Hamilton, Steve Layton, James Bailey)

Latest Activity

Bruce Hamilton replied to Bruce Hamilton's discussion Sound-In Event, 1/19-21, 2017 "Rise"
"Great work folks! I'm keeping this open until 11PM PST if anyone has more."
21 hours ago
Benjamin Smith replied to Bruce Hamilton's discussion Sound-In Event, 1/19-21, 2017 "Rise"
"Thank you, Jim."
Benjamin Smith replied to Bruce Hamilton's discussion Sound-In Event, 1/19-21, 2017 "Rise"
"Benjamin Smithon theme Ben.improv.Jan.20.2017_rise "
J.C. Combs replied to Bruce Hamilton's discussion Sound-In Event, 1/19-21, 2017 "Rise"
"Hello all. J.C. Combs Jan212017"



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