There are sounds and vibrations everywhere - the sound of singing and speech, hitting a drum, plucking a guitar, playing a flute or a synth. If we can't hear these sounds, we may be able to feel them. There are also lots of sounds we take for granted and don't notice unless we really focus on them - sounds like footsteps, putting a plate on a table the swish of curtains opening and so on. I like to sample and process these 'found sounds' and create new sounds from them. At the moment, I'm listening a lot to the band 'Coil' and the composers Morton Feldman and Iannis Xenakis and focussing on tiny, quiet and almost 'insignificant' sounds. If we stare at a prominent star in the night sky, we may be able to see a faint star in our peripheral vision. We may find it hard to see that faint star if we look directly at it. Correspondingly, if we listen to a prominent sound, we may be able to hear a faint sound somewhere at the same time - harmonics, overtones, sounds, silence.