The Sound Experiments Of Brian William Green

SeeYouInSleep is a blog created by Brian William Green – a sound artist, visual artist and writer. The site captures a wide variety of Green’s experiments in sound, ranging from circuit bent instruments to found sound to generative music.

According to Green:

Seeyouinsleep, among many things, is a feeling and a vision. However, I would like for it to be understood as a portfolio and a folder of sorts rather than thinking of it as a name.

SeeYouInSleep is full of interesting audio experiments, and is updated daily with something new.

Here are a few examples from the site:

Vase + stereo mics + generative processing is “Just a little experiment using a vase, i really enjoy the sounds i was getting out of that thing im thinking of buying a few at different sizes to mess with.”

Haze is a track made using LSDJ for the Gameboy and a generative processing setup in Ableton Live.

2 thoughts on “The Sound Experiments Of Brian William Green

  1. Brian is really helping to push the boundaries of the generative music scene. I love everything he does. I am always amazed at the sheer volume of work that Brian puts out. It's as though he never sleeps, and if you follow him on Twitter (twitter.com/iambriangreen), it's obvious that he almost never does.

  2. Brian has built an amazing sound design catalog over the past few years.I have seen him truly evolve as a musician. His sound experiments resonate a diverse audio assortment, and his approach is unique.

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