Steve Heimbecker - The Enormouslessness Of Cloud Machines
Steve Heimbecker - The Enormouslessness Of Cloud Machines Singer: Steve Heimbecker
Title: The Enormouslessness Of Cloud Machines
Label: Avatar / OHM éditions ‎– OHM-AVTR 015/016
Type: 2 x CD, Album
Country: Canada
Date of released: 1999
Category: Electronic
Style: Experimental
Size MP3 zip: 1615 mb
Size FLAC zip: 1872 mb
Rating: 4.1✭


Northern Anthology
1-1 Engine: An Octophonic Movement 36:34
1-2 Tic Talk #1 17:11
1-3 Elevator Music 18:31
Southern Anthology
2-1 Drip Doodle #1 12:09
2-2 Feathers And Flies #1 17:11
2-3 The Forum For The Alienation Of Art 3:45
2-4 Spin Cycle 23:46

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Qube Assemblage Audio


  • Composed By, Arranged By, Recorded By – Steve Heimbecker*
  • Design – Denis Landry, Jocelyn Robert
  • Graphics [Réalisation Graphique] – Denis Landry Contraste*
  • Liner Notes [Translation] – Nancy Carmichael
  • Photography By, Artwork – Steve Heimbecker*
  • Sound Designer [Stereo Sound Space Design] – Jocelyn Robert, Steve Lebrasseur*, Steve Heimbecker*


Engine: An Octophonic Movement, © 1992, recorded for octophonic prepared tape presentation.
Tic Talk #1, © 1993, live quadraphonic "sound sailing" performance for 4 kitchen timers, open microphones and digital delays.
Elevator Music, © 1994, recorded for octaphonic prepared tape presentation.
Drip Doodle #1, © 1995, live octaphonic "sound sailing" performance for a single dripping amplified water source, open microphones and digital delays.
Feathers And Flies #1, © 1998, live quadraphonic "sound action" improvisation performance for 24 X 2 X 2 Mackie mixing console with multiple analog 4 track and stereo recorders / players, multiple stereo delays / effects units, midi sampler / midi trigger, noise gates and various other bits and pieces.
The Forum For The Alienation Of Art, © 1995, outdoor installation soundtrack to be repeated continuously for the length of the exhibition.
Spin Cycle, © 1995, octaphonic composition for prepared tape.

All multi-channel works were digitally remastered, de-noised, and mixed to stereo December 1998 at Avatar.
All works were composed, arranged and recorded at Qube Assemblage Audio, Calgary - now Springwater, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Includes a separate folded insert for each disc with notes in English and French.