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Dave Michuda

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I fell asleep at my desk making this mix
« on: June 28, 2009, 07:56:28 PM »
I just posted a new mix.  But instead of just adding it to the Low Light thread, I created a new one for it because I figured the title might catch everyone's attention.

I listen to music every night when I go to bed.  I try to keep the sleep play list fresh, but there are definite favorites that I return to again & again.  I wanted to do a new sleep mix so I could incorporate a couple favorite Steve Roach cuts, from Dynamic Stillness & Deeper Silence.

So I dumped some tracks to a portable hard drive, brought it to work & starting mixing in between "real work". I had 4 or 5 tracks laid down & I was listening to one of the transitions & literally fell asleep at my desk, hence the title of the mix. A lot of the tracks sound very much like each other which I guess is good in this case because one track stretches into another, in a long, trance inducing, ambient lullaby. At 90 minutes, the mix is longer than most, but I thought the length worked a bit better for sleeping.

Sweet dreams...

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I fell asleep at my desk making this mix

T R A C K L I S T :

00:00 St. Kilda - You are in every dream
03:30 Steve Roach - Slowly Revealed
12:20 Scott Solter - Cypress Road
16:00 Stars of the Lid - The Kraut
23:30 Ashera - Fellini's Cat
28:30 William Basinski - 92982.1
33:20 Ten and Tracer - Falling asleep in sadness
36:40 Irezumi - Endurance
42:50 Jasper, TX - This Barren Land
47:30 Hammock - 3 sisters
51:15 Manual - Last Light
56:40 James Johnson - In then Out
1:06:00 Brian Eno - Discreet Music
1:15:00 Steve Roach - A Deeper Silence
1:30:00 end


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Re: I fell asleep at my desk making this mix
« Reply #1 on: June 29, 2009, 04:12:05 AM »
I'm a fan of all your mixes, but I'm a especially large fan of your mixes that can induce sleep.  Suspended in Air still gets play fairly often.
Thanks for these.  :)
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Re: I fell asleep at my desk making this mix
« Reply #2 on: July 06, 2009, 05:15:10 PM »
I am a frequent  insomniac...must admit this mix does put me out it the music, or the power of self-suggestion? :-\
Never made it past first 20 minutes, unfortunately.