At the end of July I was in Nova Scotia to start work on a project with India Gailey. The idea was to travel around Nova Scotia recording instruments, natural sounds, and ourselves in interesting acoustics. I'll be shaping the recordings we made into an EP that should be released this fall.
On our first day, after a wrong turn and a river crossing, we found our way into Hayes cave. The cave has a tiny entrance that immediately opens up into a huge cavern filled with wonderful sounds of dripping water and a small lake. We brought in a cello and recorded some wonderful improvisation that mixed beautifully with the sounds and acoustic of the cave.