I’ve been making music since I was very young although sometime when people hear it they don’t think it is music, if you know what I mean, and in fact you might agree with that assessment. You can hear some of my music on these services, although these days I rarely share anything online and I tend to just make music for myself:

  • BandCamp: The music I have on here is collected into albums in a more traditional fashion. There’s some more recent things there
  • Allihoopa: Is now gone. Which is a shame, as it was fun whilst it was around.

A lot of my work is instrumental. However, older stuff is more song based and whilst I’ve put a few of those older songs on SoundCloud I haven’t put much up. This is mainly because the quality of those recordings wasn’t always brilliant as the songs were mainly recorded on old analogue gear like a Fostex X-15, so on tape and not digital.

I’d like to eventually clean those songs up and post them. One day maybe. I’d also like to re-record some of them too.

If you are interested in other music related stuff, you can find posts about synths here, mobile music stuff here, and posts about what I’m listening to here.

Whilst you’re here, I thought I’d let you know about my field recordings podcast. You can find this on Apple’s podcast platform, Breaker, Castbox, Google Podcasts, Pocket Casts, RadioPublic, Stitcher, and also Spotify.

The sound of rain Ashley Elsdon: Recordings

We had some heavy rain, which is a sound I have always enjoyed. So I recorded it with my zoom h2n.
  1. The sound of rain
  2. Train to Pontefract Tanshelf
  3. Inside the Pallant Gallery Chichester 16 2 23
  4. Sound of the river 20 2 23
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