Posted a picture of this patch over in the pictures thred. It’s pretty quiet but I was going for church bells / glockenpspiel sounds.
Hope You Enjoy
I really enjoyed that. Nice…
Oh hey, Thank You
some miles davis for you
Two new tracks of improv. released today. Somehow these took an uncommon amount of time to mix and master… Getting the balance right for Kuiper Belt was especially hard. But I’m pretty happy with them now:
Happy to be included on what looks like the last Metaphysical Circuits compilation.
Oh I like what you do ! Keep on going
the uncertainty of friendship
(edited with Youtube link…:))
Played a show Sunday afternoon (UK time) for a monthly electronics live we organise in London with some other fellow musicians.
You can see me on the left side in mid dark playing modular and other things.
Everything is runned by an ansible in Kria mode.
Sound sources are Modular, MI Anushri and Korg Volca Keys plus effects and drum machine.
Most of it is live impro built around some pre programmed melodies.
Hope you enjoy
first bits of new project.
Can’t bring myself to edit anything down lately, so I just started posting jams whole on the old soundcloud:
One just in time for tonight’s extremis point of a celestial LFO:
This was at the end of an hour improv set last week and it seemed fitting for tonight.
a friend asked the other day what it would sound like if I made rhythmic music. I tried this, sampling recordings of myself and bits of percussion and trumpet I had recorded for projects long past
Oh, hello there, how do you do, it’s nice to meet you.
so many great things in here lately!
- first potential something for my lines netlabel release
tell me what you think
Having some fun with the er-301:
@glia I like them, the second one is super funky too. I like the sort of, I don’t know, more abstract nature (for lack of a better term) of a lot of the music on lines (yours is always good example) – it makes me think about my own music and how I can try to get away from my ‘usual’ workflow and do something different next time (its always ‘next time’ somehow). Great stuff!