Maternité can now be heard on Spotify! This song of my old band MAM was released in 1986 as a single of the album La Grande Parade.
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My lifelong journey and some stuff to read…
“Perfectionism is super boring, right?”
This blogpost is the start of the Weekend Edition: a list of good longreads, videos and podcasts for the weekend. Killing time!
It’s strange how the human brain works. Sometimes suddenly something starts to make sense even if you have heard about it for years and years. This happened to me this week. I started playing guitar since I was 12 years old. In regular tuning because it was… well, I don’t know… we are all tuning to that system, right? Other tunings felt […]
Over a year ago I wrote about the Rockmen ReFill I was working on. Now it is almost ready for release: next Monday the 20th of June 2016.
I made the track Instrumentaldream [disquiet0181-instrumentaldream] for Disquiet Junto, an international group of sound artists.
For today’s experiment I am comparing two of my favourite devices: the Pulveriser and the Revival Rack Extension.
A band in which I played guitar for many years, was MAM. Mam means mother in Dutch. The song which is considered our musical turning, is Maternité, a tribute to motherhood. The song Maternité is based on the eponymous painting by Picasso.
My Boutique Amp ReFill is now available at both the Propellerhead Shop as well as my own Melodiefabriek Shop. It gives you access to 57 classic guitar sounds which are build on the Softube Amp Rack Extension.
“Yo, Marco – just wanted to write and tell you how much i’ve been digging the Boutique Amp refill.”