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Old Cracklepot. 21’31’’.

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Greetings Everyone!
2022 has been a productive time at “the Cricket Farm” - (nickname for my spare bedroom studio)

I would be so appreciative if you have a moment to listen to my latest album. The challenge for this album was to refrain from long tracks, avoid excessive repetition, and explore a variety of moods.

Thank you so much for your time. Feedback encouraged, trying to evolve is difficult! :slight_smile:

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I am unbelievably excited for spring (and springs) :grin:

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My second non modular jam

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@Olivier needs to hear this!

Very cool, right up my alley!

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@eblomquist thanks, Ed!

Actually the EP is out today, it’s available here:

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You might enjoy this

Similar but not at all the same…

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oh nice, looks interesting, will check it out!

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Some very slow and quiet music meditating on the telecaster and modular interplay :slightly_smiling_face:

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Collab/remix my roommate and I did, coming out on a comp by Irán Wym Organización from Chile soon

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Played Future Intel (online radio station here in The Netherlands) yesterday. My first all-modular (+ norns) performance. :slight_smile:
Also using my own Tidbit script.

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playing around with crow sequins! lots of fun :))))

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don’t normally make 4-on-floor house stylez, but for weeklybeats this week, using mostly Renoise, with aalto and kaivo plugins, plus played bass, guitar, and sang… video made(a little too quickly - couldn’t figure out how to get around these xmas colors :joy: :santa: ) using Jitter:

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The video is not exactly sync with the audio, I used the wrong settings on the camera, but pretty happy about the atmosphere of this study :slight_smile:

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Jamming with an Omnichord in my tiny studio corner

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I made this when battling against the storm last night

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This is super! I need to see what the haiku was.

some low BPM stuff with the Rytm, Octatrack, Little Deformer 3, and Quadrantid Swarm

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Thanks Marc.

sunset in snow
is like a letter read
many times

Ryuta Iida (1920 – 2007) was the son of the haiku poet Dakotsu Iida. Initially a rice farmer, Ryuta published his first haiku volume, “One hundred noodles”, in 1954.

I love the title of his book and think I’ll use it in my senryu today.

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for weeklybeats - week7 -
(plumbutter, guitar, 808 samps, prepared-piano samps,
jitter-with-blender-models-and-driving-footage, & love)
"SlowDanceFootwerk"

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