Audio sculpture number three of the Healthy Work Ethic sonaride introduces some weight (challenge) into the listening experience.
If you’re interested in the first two posts of this series, then…
Splash & Good Day (respectively)
Coincidentally, I’m authoring this post last minute to keep this series of posts updated each Friday morning (just like the last minute blaze that I usually pressed upon for homework way back in my school days).
I often shift perspective when I sculpt audio. It’s basically an acting kind of thing. I wanted this sculpture to fit from the perspective of the learner (e.g. child) and learning teacher (e.g. parent) in a way that honors both for facing that learning challenge. I also added a formal education angle to express the university style to my honor role (yeah, I apologetically went there).
Like any of my audio work, there’s more to the expression than words can convey, and I believe any listening result involves listener context (the listener and corresponding listener environment), which is obviously beyond my conscious exercise, but inevitably part of the entertainment experience.
If you haven’t listened to the whole audio sculpture collection yet, then you’re apparently in for a treat upon doing so in the following manner, because the seamless path of the sculptures forms a sonic ride that will launch you way out there upon listening in a way fitting my recommendation…
My highly recommended way to experience Healthy Work Ethic is to turn off the lights, set your best audio system to your loudest comfortable volume, apply a comforting and lawfully used psychedelic (e.g. cannabis) — e.g. Blue Dream — and listen to (i.e. ride) the whole 45 minute long “sonaride”…
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