A full moon on the cusp of the Cheshire plain was the perfect place to experiment with the machine in low light conditions. Unexpected and slightly terrifying results.
When I was building the light sensors (which are actually analogue, not digital metering) I specifically chose to use cheap electronic components to try to introduce randomness and unpredictability into the design. This recording proves that my idea worked. Whether it was a positive result is another question.
This recording explores how the audio circuitry reacts to low light conditions, specifically these conditions. Like any light sensitive device trying to booth the sensitivity results in visual noise. In our case it also results in auditory noise. What do you think?