1:13:22 – Jimbo is in the House with some New Music and a look at Of Mice and Men!!  PQ is full of Drivelene and has some new, sonic marvels from his Boy’s Nitroglycerine Pep Club project for your review!!  Bob and Ray a plenty, as well!!


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Released February 2017 on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and clever hosts presenting unique programs, historic archival material, and nocturnal audio for your listening pleasure.

7 Responses to “QS – Plentiful (2/4/17)”
  1. Jimbo says:

    IMO you should focus on the Pep Club stuff – you have found the magic bullet there. It sounds unique and it stopped me in my tracks.

  2. nate in wisconsin says:

    PQ thanks for the Brian Eno tips. Starting the Another Green World interview now.

    Regarding the field recordings. I got a ZOOM H5 for field recording a couple years ago. I have enjoyed making some recordings, if for no other reason that it makes me tune in more. I have wanted to do something similar to what you described planning to do with the field recordings you found on the archive. I never get around to it because I’ve been frustrated with Audacity roadblocks in the past. I don’t have experience using audio software other than fooling around on Audacity. I would have to learn a lot more to use it efficiently. Do you have any suggestion for a simpler editing tool.

    If you are reading this Jimbo and have any suggestions on that matter please do.

  3. Jimbo says:

    Happy to help out, Nate, thanks for asking.

    What you ask is not a simple question and can’t be answered easily. What I CAN offer is to produce your material for you if you wish. You would have to offer some suggestions and I could ‘play it by ear’, as they say. Feel free to holler if you need me.

  4. nate in wisconsin says:

    oh i see you have already done some of these. i like.

  5. nate in wisconsin says:

    hey Jimbo. thanks. maybe so. i have been so impressed with your various collages. i am especially a fan of the Overnightscape central intro theme.

  6. nate in wisconsin says:

    PQ. I was barely into this episode when I commented above. I think these Pep Club tracks are very cool. Although I have heard a couple examples of using field recordings almost as instruments, in both cases the source material was distorted so much you couldn’t recognize it. I like your approach better. Leaving most of the sounds identifiable. I’ve imagined something like this for a few decades.

  7. pqribber says:

    thanks so much, nate! its tricky, but when it ‘works’…..

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