Rich Bitting | Butterflies of Morocco

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Butterflies of Morocco

by Rich Bitting

A soundtrack to the 2013 Butterflies of Morocco Show at the Cincinnati Park District Khron Conservatory.
Genre: Electronic: Soundscapes
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1. Moroccan Souq
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2. Sahara Sunrise
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3. A Shaded Courtyard
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4. Oasis At Dusk
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5. Moroccan Souq Reprise
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The natural soundscape is rich with color and nuance beyond imagination. It is from this sonic metaworld that I draw inspiration for my projects. I have collected audio from specific soundmarks and composed this audio work based on these sounds. My compositions take the common and reveal it as uncommon, offering a fresh perspective to our aural (and visual) world.
 
As a species, we have evolved to rely primarily on our sense of sight. Our brains have evolved to edit our sonic environment, to filter out “perceived” background “noise” and to process only that sound we deem necessary as information. I invite you to close your eyes, open your mind, and listen to the world through fresh ears.

Rich Bitting
April 10, 2013


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