Denmark's Jacob Ludvigsen presents a
series of short pieces of highly manipulated sound.
Blending field recordings and synthesis, Hverdagslyd
explores a wide range of moods and textures. Blips,
ticks, typewriters and other sound sources are stretched,
bent and rearranged into constantly evolving snapshots
of sound, with textures becoming more fragile and
high-pitched as the pieces progress. The final piece's
tones elegantly decay into a soft buzzing that brings
this collection's sequence to an all-too abrupt end.