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« Reply #15 on: October 10, 2019, 04:44:14 PM »

I'm 40 now and put out my first tape (a split with Crank Sturgeon) at age 16. My output since has been sporadic and not necessarily better than the teenage wonder years. 
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« Reply #16 on: October 11, 2019, 11:11:46 AM »

And I would also walk around with the tape recorder on and record everything and listen to it afterwards. Those tapes are sadly loooong gone but at that time

Aged around 10 or so a friend and I made a recording by taping a shoebox taperecorder to a skateboard and rolling it down a hill. Also used to enjoy putting sellotape over the internal mic and recording the sound of ripping it off. gonna try that one again come to think of it :D

i'm sure i still have at least one childhood random recordings tape, I must find.

You sure do need to find it for us to hear it!!
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« Reply #17 on: October 11, 2019, 11:56:14 AM »

My 4 year old son started a band with our 2 year old.  Both on drums and singing, I recorded a few of their "sessions". Hope to use them one day!

There is also HAQ123 who play death metal:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2XPTNl5DdI

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« Reply #18 on: October 11, 2019, 07:24:10 PM »

I think I was already 19 (1994) when I finally discovered Noise. Before that it was Punk, some Metal, Noise Rock and various other music, but I always felt that I wanted something "more intense". Back then I knew nothing about Noise or Industrial. Some mentions of Throbbing Gristle here and there in the magazines I read, but without the chance to actually listen to it. I then came across an article about a project called Merzbow and from the description this seemed to be the thing I was looking for. But it was impossible to get those records anywhere near the area I live. I investigated further though, and tried to remember the names of some of the projects. And then, when I first went to London the end of the same year, I grabbed as many records I could afford - Merzbow, TG, Whitehouse, SPK,... and it was some kind of revelation. Happy memories. Enthusiasm hasn't stopped since then. On the contrary!

Edit: On the topic of making Noise by myself - one or two years before 1994, I borrowed a guitar from a friend and recorded some tapes experimenting with feedback. Also messing with radio sounds/shortwave. As said, back then I didn't even know something like Noise existed. I was just making and recording the sounds I found pleasure in listening to. Recorded very few since then, because I'm absolutely talentless, haha. So most of all, I'm a fan.
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