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neither new track nor new video… just two new mixes…
first one is graham dunning’s NTS show “Fractal Meat On A Spongy Bone”

which also features some tehn, kelli cain stuff.

and second one is https://www.mixcloud.com/spools-out-radio/spools-out-radio-52-birdy-earns/ which features an older glia track :slight_smile:

hope you enjoy!

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a preview on the live stuff im working on + an old drawing
https://soundcloud.com/xyzxyzxyzxyzxyzxyzxyz/live-set-preview

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xpost from the rene monome topic.
A live recording of a patch plus some drums and mono synth driven by the monome rene patch

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Wrote a tiny piece of music to accompany a timelapse a friend had shot, for fun: I’ve never done sound-for-picture before. As such, it’s a bit drafty - not very good orchestral samples, for starters. But there’s something in there I want to expand into a full track: the piano melody, for starters.

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I wrote the soundtrack to this video that I did in a rush, but really happy with how it came out, especially recording my double bass. I think I’ve finally got a sound I’m happy with mixing the bottom end of my piezo for the double bass with a condenser mic in front of the f hole.

(That’s right people, I said f hole… giggle all you like)

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Thanks for this Ally Mobbs piece. I’m now following that channel. Tons of good stuff in there.

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This is a small selection of my live-remix/edit-recordings. There are some silly tunes in there, but I really enjoyed making them… https://birdyearns.bandcamp.com/album/live-remixes

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2 years back, we wrote these two songs for a (now over) project called D.WIGHT. It slept on my hard drive the whole time but I found them recently and I thought it was stupid to have those two tracks unreleased so I decided to give them away and… well that’s it. It’s pretty pop, not the kind of things you’d hear a lot around here but ah, why not?

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latest jammy track with octatrack and blofeld + some effects, hope you’ll enjoy
https://soundcloud.com/hi-mo-2/retro-games-bnc

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Today was the release of digital release Vialan - Default 0007 on my little little SM-LL.

It was 11 months since he reached out to us to share how much he enjoyed the label, and from that point soon it was working with him, developing his sound, but also exchanging many ideas and subjects, many we found to share.

It has been a really amazing 11months and is the beginning of what is sure to yield more great music, but more than that, it reminds me why we work so hard to do this in the first place, to keep doing things for the right reasons.

One for fans of old Cr78 drum sounds, electronic music, and perhaps enjoying a slight hint of dub/industrial.

thx

https://soundcloud.com/sm-ll/vialan-default-0007-excerpts

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This is still in the realm of “just practicing”, but I thought I’d share anyways, since I’m mostly pleased with the results.

Using Block Party with guitar and vocals

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this is my first song with my new modular fx skiff. an ambient drone instrumental for harp, ebow, and field recordings. strymon tape delay and reverb + mutable instruments clouds and tides. a bit of glitch and filtered chord swells on a gray afternoon.

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well that appears to be working out for you!

https://soundcloud.com/mistiandreas/pfingstmontag-1

slicing on thepartyvan

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I put a picture of a thing in the pictures thread, but here’s a short video:

What you’re seeing: the object on the left is sending MIDI to the microbrute. The object on the left can also make its own synthetic noises, which sound like you might expect. It also has other functionality - around what notes are available, and how they’re played - not visible in this video.

I’ll be a lot less obtuse in about three weeks when we do a show about the thing, and I talk about it a lot on the internet. Also, when I have video that isn’t from an jerky iPhone.

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Man, this sounds really nice

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Very beautiful. Listened to it several times and I really like the subtle clicks and harmonies.

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thank you so much! i followed the “blind” recording process from a few disquiet junto projects back, not hearing anything until it was all finished. the field recordings and little harp plucks, run through the modular, sometimes resemble mlrv clicks, sometimes old, crinkled tape; pleasant discontinuities.

much of the single-track-at-a-time process was about leaving space for things to happen once assembled. just holding the harp and remaining still.

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