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«'Scotthaven' / Photos by Nathan Slover / Music by Wesley Slover

About the Project:
Two brothers, a photographer and musician, set out to use their disciplines to tell a story. Although it started with wanting to communicate a story, their interest shifted to the challenge of creating a story that is non-linear. 'Scotthaven' is that story. It documents time spent in a house that has been virtually unaffected by the last twenty years. A lot is left to the imagination of the listener, so enjoy your stay in Scotthaven.

How to listen to 'Scotthaven':
Since the story is non-linear it is designed to be played on random and repeat. To do this in iTunes create a playlist (command n), add the mp3s, set your desired crossfade time in preferences (anything works, play around with it!) and turn on random and repeat.
You can also arrange the piece yourself, so feel free to experience it how you want. Nicely done!»
- The Strait of Anain

Downloads:

01 Scotthaven 01
  [0'15'' • 559Kb • 192Kbps]
02 Scotthaven 02
  [0'15'' • 559Kb • 192Kbps]
03 Scotthaven 03
  [0'15'' • 559Kb • 192Kbps]
04 Scotthaven 04
[0'15'' • 559Kb • 192Kbps]
05 Scotthaven 05
  [0'15'' • 559Kb • 192Kbps]
06 Scotthaven 06
  [0'14'' • 548Kb • 192Kbps]
07 Scotthaven 07
  [0'15'' • 559Kb • 192Kbps]
08 Scotthaven 08
  [0'15'' • 559Kb • 192Kbps]
09 Scotthaven 09
  [0'15'' • 559Kb • 192Kbps]
10 Scotthaven 10
  [0'15'' • 559Kb • 192Kbps]
11 Scotthaven 11
  [0'15'' • 559Kb • 192Kbps]
  all tracks + artwork
  [Zip • 105Mb]

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Copyleft:

cover:
©2010 Nathan Slover
©2011 aeriola::behaviour
music:
©2010 Wesley Slover
©2011 test tube


This work is licensed under a
Creative Commons License.

How to download music tracks:

• right click the individual links to the files;
• choose 'save as' and point it to the place of your preference (eg: your 'desktop');
• single click usually works, too.
How to play music tracks:

• choose an appropriate mp3/ogg player (we recommend Winamp) and install it on your system;
• usually, you double click the music files to play them, but you might want to follow the program's specific instructions.

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