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The first day of the first month of autumn... On this edition of At Water's Edge, we explore the green of late summer and its transition to gold.

It's easy to broadly describe the principal color of the warmer seasons as "green". But the green of spring is vastly different from the green of late summer and early autumn. The light of autumn, with dust in the air and the changing angle of the sun, is…
Green to Gold
Green to Gold
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On this edition of At Water's Edge, another of our challenge episodes, this one having birds as its basis. Then: library tracks including works by Bing Satellites, poemme, Robert Dorschel, Specta Ciera, John Vorus, Gregory Bond, Dan Pound, Shawn McClure, and Lucette Bourdin.

On this edition of At Water's Edge, another of our challenge episodes, this one having birds as its basis. We received over an hour of music from five artists: Museleon, Glenn Sogge, Skoddie, playman54 and Carbonates on Mars.
The challenge was to take…
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This summer has been ridiculously, painfully, destructively hot.  So what do we do? The only thing we can -- we make music. "Heat" on this edition of At Water's Edge.

This summer has been ridiculously, painfully, destructively hot. 
So what do we do? The only thing we can -- we make music.
Even here in North Carolina, where it's been raining so much that I often have a moat around my house, it's still hot as blazes…
Heat
Heat
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As autumn approaches, the harvest begins to come in. Fruits fall from trees, leaves fall, and although perhaps temperatures haven't yet begun to follow suit, the feeling is in the air. On this edition of At Water's Edge, we fall.

Late summer is its own phenomenon, where the heat settles in, the colors slowly begin to fade and turn golden, and a few leaves already start to fall.
As high summer wanes and the light begins to change, the colors of the earth change. Early harbingers of…
Falling
Falling
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Every now and then, it's nice to take a quiet day. Today will be a day of droney drift to accompany the drifting rains here in coastal North Carolina...

Every now and then, it's nice to take a quiet day. Here in coastal North Carolina, it's been raining for weeks on end. Today brings that kind of gentle rain that makes it a good day to stay inside.
On such days, one is inspired by gentle pursuits:…
Drone
Drone
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On this edition of At Water's Edge, we bring you another challenge! This is the first of a series of field recording challenges. For this one, the artists could alter them however they liked, but the frog files must be the only source material used.

On this edition of At Water's Edge, we bring you another challenge! This is the first of a series of field recording challenges that we have put out, and it seemed appropriate to do this during high summer.
Glenn Sogge caught some lovely, dense sounds in…
Gigafrog
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This week's show theme suggested itself through the weather. It's been raining off and on for a few days, and the sound of it is rather wonderful here. "Rain" on this edition of At Water's Edge.

This week's show theme suggested itself through the weather. It's been raining off and on for a few days, and the sound of it is rather wonderful here. We feature music of Max Corbacho, Dan Pound, Sensitive Chaos, Robert Rich, Janne Hanhisuanto, Robert…
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Rain
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The topic for this edition of At Water's Edge was elusive. Summer heat? Overdone. Being close to water? Again? Yawn.  Then Mom mentioned the local tales of Blackbeard the pirate, his treasure, and a buried princess. We explore mysteries, secrets, and shadows on At Water's Edge.

Today's topic was elusive. Something about summer heat, but that might have been too obvious, not to mention overdone. Okay then, something else about being near the water? Yawn. 
But then Mom mentioned the local tales of Blackbeard the pirate, his…
Mystery
Mystery
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"Origins" of all kinds on this edition of At Water's Edge -- personal, cultural, planetary, cosmic...

Today's episode of At Water's Edge is called "Origins"; we explore our roots, our beginnings, our origins. That can take many forms, depending on your personal mythos, so we go exploring in the Garden, in polar ice, in the stars, in the roots of trees,…
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Origins
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At Water's Edge 30 June 2018: 52 Stories Up -- This episode is another of our challenges. We hear two tracks created in response to the challenge (and they're GOOD!), and the rest of the show is devoted to tracks that tell stories.

Another of our challenges here on At Water's Edge, today's program, 52 Stories Up, only received two responses (and they're GOOD!), so most of the show is devoted to tracks that tell stories.
The challenge was... well, challenging. A few months ago, I…
52 Stories Up
52 Stories Up
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