to the North Saskatchewan River Alex Eddington

The core of this piece is an excerpt from an interview with a friend of mine in which she describes her daily runs in Edmonton, Alberta that take her across the North Saskatchewan River. In a brief window each day, she observes how the ice on the river changes, from autumn through to spring. My piece travels from the indoor interview room into a fantasy on the speaker’s words, and eventually outdoors to the riverbank. All of the sounds are derived from her voice except for the crows and wind of Jasper, Alberta.

  • Year of composition: 2008
  • Genre: Audio art
  • Hardware used: minidisc recorder, iMac, Mbox
  • Software used: Audiosculpt, Audacity, Protools
  • Duration of the submitted work: 1:00
  • Production: Home

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