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For the coming of age time-lapse film ‘Portrait of Lotte 0 to 16 years in 4 ½ minutes’ I have composed a unique piece of music. The film has gotten more than 400.000 views within one and a half days. The previous time-lapse of Lotte is on the 2nd place in the top 5 most viewed time-lapse […]
I made the track Instrumentaldream [disquiet0181-instrumentaldream] for Disquiet Junto, an international group of sound artists.
The track A Portrait [disquiet0177-netlabel-portrait] I made for Disquiet Junto, an international group of sound artists.
Music helps you to watch better. By reinforcing the sense of the images. Music can keep the momentum of the story, breaking dullness and make transitions credible.
Queen Mary University of London and Imperial College London have computer analysed 17,000 songs from the US Billboard Hot 100 based on Timbre and Harmony data. The conclusions are particularly interesting.
The new Squarepusher track Stor Eiglass has exactly the same melody as the well-known hit Just Like Heaven by The Cure. Are we talking about plagiarism here?
Where are those protest songs? There is enough reason to write those but we all seem too busy making money. Is music really providing nothing more than a momentary superficial piece of entertainment? Not without coincidence I came across this interesting story. A story about how the Colombian army used a hidden morse code in a pop song for […]
Trevor Horn has influenced me a lot when it comes to sound and arrangements. The guy is a legend. And he’s also a great storyteller.
From October 2014 through February 2015 the San Jose Museum of Art hosts the Momentum exhibit. My musical score is one of the scores that accompanies the silent video by artist Josh Azzarella that is in the permanent collection of the San Jose Museum of Art. The finished work in Momentum consists of three small […]
It all comes from somewhere and it all happens at a certain moment in time someplace, somewhere. It was happening when when Miles Davis was recording Kind of Blue at Columbia’s 30th Street Studio in New York City. It was happening when Donald Fagen was recording the Nightfly at Soundworks Digital Audio/Video Recording Studios and […]
Creating is like playing. You go and do things without thinking too much about them. And you’re not making decisions as you play. Your brain will make decisions for you unconsciously. You need to breath, your muscles need oxygen to help you with playing. But you don’t do it consciously. This way you get into a flow where things […]