This week's Disquiet Junto prompt was "0631: In a Silent Waveform". The instructions were to "take one held tone and make it dance slowly".
The title of my piece, "Dream of a Rarebit Fiend," is taken from a 1906 silent film about a man who gorges himself on Welsh rarebit and falls into a fever dream of pesky imps and a night flight above the rooftops.
I chose 554.37 Hz as my single source tone, and recorded 6 tracks of it: 3 on guitar with ebow, and 3 on a Roland/Studio Electronics SE-02 analog synth. These tracks were then woven together and processed with a variety of rhythm-based effects to make them dance together. Underneath it all is a single unsettling kick drum. The rhythm is everywhere and nowhere, something and nothing, like a fever dream.
NOTE: Your odds of discovering a secret recipe for Welsh rarebit hidden in the audio file may be improved by listening with headphones.