Archive for April, 2009

new short fiction

April 21, 2009

San Francisco author Kerry Donoghue recently published her story “The Hungry” on the Fiction Circus.  She asked me to create an audio version of the story, which you can listen to here:

“The Hungry” by Kerry Donoghue, music by Victor Hanson-Smith, 44:03


Sounds from the Eugene Saturday Market

April 5, 2009
(Photo credit to Koocheekoo on Flickr)

(Photo credit to Koocheekoo on Flickr)

Today was the first Saturday Market of the year.  The weather was perfect and the attendance was massive.  I strolled around the market with my Edirol R-09 and captured (in my humble opinion) a very unique Eugene soundscape.  Click below to listen.

“Sounds from the Eugene Saturday Market, April 4th 2009” (MP3 27 MB, 11:14)

Post-Fools Day: best wishes for the Hadron Collider

April 2, 2009

It’s April 2nd, and here are two delicious stories published yesterday that made me double-take.

CERN admits black hole ripped in space by Large Hadron Collider

The Evolution Particle – New Particle Collider Operating in Secret

Bach’s Well-Tempered Klavier Prelude #1, with deconstruction

April 1, 2009

“Bach’s Well-Tempered Klavier Prelude #1, with deconstruction” (MP3 8.8MB)

Curious about the neo-romantic and ironically(?) sci-fi artwork of Brandon Bird

April 1, 2009