Due to some strange encoding issues, two of the tracks in the Worst-Case Scenarios release turned out to be white noise. I have corrected these tracks and uploaded new versions, which are now available for your listening pleasure. If you’ve already downloaded, or listened to the album, I implore you to go back and check out the Daniel Kemp tracks again.
Thanks to Nate for the keen ear and attention to detail!
That there is the release page for you aural pleasure. Definitely a quality collection of tracks and I would like to thank everyone who participated.
I’ve got a few ideas in mind for the next project. I might go with a simpler one at the moment, if only because I’m getting ready to move and will be too busy for complicated project requirements…
For reasons I cannot recall now, I had originally planned the submission deadline for Worst-Case Scenarios for March 15th, instead of my customary end-of-month deadline. So, I’m extending the deadline to March 31, to accommodate my expectations. Take advantage of the extension, if you will.
For those of you following along, I just wanted to post a reminder that you have a smidgen over two weeks left before the deadline on submissions for this project. For great justice, turn in your tracks.
It’s the bad craftsman/woman who blames his/her tools; but, thanks to John Lithium, we haven’t even that excuse anymore.
The Lithium Toolbox is a series of soundscape tools – sound concepts – that have been offered up for free to the world at large, for subversion and subduction. A collection of “nightmares, dreams, hallucinations and worst-case scenarios” to use in your own sonic adventures.
Tracks submitted for this compilation must include at least one sound file from the Lithium Toolbox: twisted, mangled, abused and/or misused in any way you see fit.
Use and abuse. Subvert and conquer. Submit and acquiesce. Return to the master that which he desires. Give him your Worst-Case Scenario.
Click Here to download the Lithium Toolbox.
For submission details (if you don’t already know them), use the Contact link over there —->
Deadline for submissions is
March 15 March 31.