Lately, I have been making some fairly large audio tracks. These tracks are long-form, drifting compositions. They are meant to take the listener on a short journey over a long period of time. However, because these tracks are so long and because of the process I use to create them, it usually means that I have some fairly long breaks in my day, during which I have to find something to do for about ten minutes while my audio-editing software performs its various functions. I appreciate these breaks more than I dislike them. I am very thankful for such a slow, cerebral method of creating sounds.