22 extremely dedicated programmed Combinator patches containing Subtractor and Malström devices + FX
Back in the day on PC I saved all my audio to the FLAC format. A great format since it offers the best sound and uses an Open Source license, so it’s a safe format for archiving. Years ago I moved to Apple OSX. Unfortunately iTunes doesn’t support FLAC so I gave up using FLAC most of the time.
The slim player now shows the waveform as an arrangement of vertical lines instead of the old large black bubble. Love it! Check this: And what about the new large player which is superb if your album/cover art (great for audio & visual storytellers too!) is tasty: Did you notice that you can now start […]
This week the Disquiet Junto group is honoring Bassel Khartabil, the Syrian Creative Commons community leader who’s been in prison in Syria since March 2012.
I am one of the participants in this project.
Just before the start of this new year I ordered a brand new MacBook Pro. The most expensive 15″ model with 16 gig RAM, 500 gig flash-drive and 2.3 gHz CPU. Then the shit started to hit the fans…
A new years song sung with my daughter Puck
Tage Widsell of Propellerhead Software has glued together 176 xmas loops which were created by Reason users back in 2002. I spotted my 20 seconds of fame right away at 6:31.
Tom Pritchard seems to be a true Thor expert. His technical knob twisting results in some very musical and inspirational sounds for Reason users.
Kuassa is an Indonesian company and they make in my opinion the best sounding Rack Extensions for recording guitars using Propellerhead Reason software. At the moment of writing they have two plugins out: Vermilion and Creme. I wanted to know more about these mighty fine Rack Extensions and so I decided to ask the Chairman/CTO […]
Donald Fagen thought that one day he would be an English teacher. Or a journalist. But a mixture of a psychedelic sugar cube and a bunch of bad musicians made him change his mind. The bad musicians played in a band and seemed to be having lots of fun. Donald liked that. During his college years at Bard College in the good old years, the 60s, he met his music partner Walter Becker. What follows is a genius collaboration under de moniker of Steely Dan.
“I’m working on the program TEDxAmsterdam, this year on November 6 at the Concertgebouw.
I think we should do some special things with sound there … would you want to brainstorm with me?”