083: A plot pickle or looking for a way out of the trouble we’re in

This week on the stopGOstop podcast… A plot pickle or looking for a way out of the trouble we’re in, an audio collage of a 1990 speech concerning the emerging field of climate change by Carl Sagan and the made for cable movie Deceptions (1990), accompanied by synthesizer and digital signal processing.


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If you liked episode 83, you may also enjoy these past episodes:
044: The Falls
Besides a few brief respites, the piece is comprised of tones, grumbles, wa-wa’s, groans, beats and other sounds created through digital signal processing of recordings of Niagara Falls. The piece is made at a personal scale, three hours, a duration that is easy to imagine, but hard to hold onto. Ideally, The Falls is to be listened to while at work – doing tasks that you may not want to do or monotonous tasks you like. I would suggest gardening, raking leaves, doing dishes, painting a wall or changing light bulbs.

036: What is Keeping You Awake Right Now
An audio collage about oil, capitalism, the environment and learning how to paint.

032: Early Summer Rainstorm
A stereo recording of an early summer rainstorm in Mount Vernon, NY. I am starting to put small intros to the podcast- progress and professionalism, this episode is about 16 minutes long.