Yesterday I added Native Instruments Reaktor to my musical arsenal. Again. I couldn’t resist the deal Native Instruments is offering this week: Reaktor 5 for only $99. And since I’m a company I got it for even less than that (no VAT). The only thing which was holding me from going back to using Reaktor was […]
Archive | May, 2014
You can read a fresh interview at KVR with one of the founding fathers of Propellerhead Software: Ernst Nathorst-Böös. Including a screenshot of prehistoric Reason design.
You know about live looping right? Using a device, a loopstation or a laptop so you can overdub yourself playing. I have briefly experimented with this myself in the past using my guitar and Ableton Live on a MacBook Pro.
Yesterday the short film Short had its first viewing in Amsterdam. I was responsible for the sound design and mixing. Short was written, directed and produced by Naima Challioui. It will be screened on film festivals soon. I mixed it within Ableton Live.
This one is a little Off Topic (OT) but it’s all about creativity nonetheless and about the city where I live for all my life: The Hague. In a district close to mine the festival Designkwartier was held. I went there yesterday and made a few photos.
“I have stumbled upon your music and downloaded Free Bassel, which is one of the most hauntingly beautiful songs I have ever heard”
On the 12th of May 2013 astronaut Chris Hadfield published his revised version of David Bowie’s famous song Space Oddity recorded on video on board of the International Space Station on his last day on the job.
Let’s face it, the Eurovision Song Contest is a circus. And this year’s edition was no exception, except for one band: the Dutch band The Common Linnets.