Here’s a great tutorial for musicians, like myself, who are using Ableton Live for recording and mangling audio. This tutorial is written by Victor Stone whom I met online at ccMixter and who’s now a DiSfish artist.
I started a Backdrops group at Flickr for some serious Combinator skinning. Discuss about ‘how to’, sharing tips, and download some skins to dress up Reason nicely. My first post for the design category, instead of sound design 🙂 (You can digg this post.)
You remember that last Saturday I found that a few sites are selling my music illegally (which is put under a Creative Commons license) online, right? Because of that the VPRO (Dutch television and radio) phoned me up this morning. They thought it was a good story so they posted an online article about it […]
Photo by dcJohn. Currently 3 songs for my upcoming album for DiSfish are available:Music for cars & barflies
Today I was listening to ‘The Devil Is In The Details’ of Boards of Canada. That track blows my mind. And it is so true; it is all about the details, weather you’re a composer, a sound designer or ‘something’ else.
DiSfish is getting ready for The Big Swim. I blog about it at disfish.blogspot.com.
I know Charlie Clouser is a Reason fan. For several years. And sure, I’ll share his story.
This month’s Sound On Sound, UK magazine for recording musicians, puts the spotlights on my Combi Manifesto 1 sound design package for Reason 3.(more…)
The demo-tune for Combi Manifesto 1 was used in episode #10 of the Passing Notes podcast. This is the 3rd time Passing Notes uses one of my songs, nice!
Two days ago I was interviewed by Thomas van Aalten for VPRO’s 3VOOR12 website (VPRO: Dutch television and radio). This article (Dutch text), about Creative Commons versus BUMA (the Dutch ASCAP), is a great read. I translated some of the very interesting parts of this article into English.(more…)
TruCast podcast episode 0006, plays my track Blowing Snow. Nice one, thanks! Like a lot of other people, I believe this track should be used in films and documentairies. If you are interested, or you can help me in any way; contact me!