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 […]
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“The “Untitled #8, 2004″ video by Josh Azzarella is part of the permanent collection of the San Jose Museum of Art in San Jose, California. This Disquiet Junto project is the result of an invitation by the Museum to develop a sound installation to be displayed on its second floor from October 2014 through February […]
I added a leader tune to my portfolio. It was created in 2012 for Seats2Meet.com and commissioned by CDEF Holding BV.
This week the assignment for Disquiet Junto was to create a new piece of music by using nothing but the segments of 3 songs. Here’s what I came up with.
Maybe you feel we’ve done business together in such a way you wanna say “wow” and “thank you”. Maybe we’ve created something that really kicked an ass, one or two. Maybe we did something that made the hairs on our arms stand up.
Shut up and LISTEN!
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.
Adam Herzog, video maker from Austria, sent flattering words in my inbox: I found your song “Free Basel” in the free music archive. Love it! This resulted in a beautiful animation video that Adam made using state-of-the-art software. It strikes a nice contrast to mine, deliberately old-sounding music I created for the project of Free […]
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.
A new years song sung with my daughter Puck
Hidden Champions is a documentary series on Dutch innovation in 12 episodes. Part 1 is online. Marco Raaphorst / Melodiefabriek did the post-production & music.
Yesterday I made a track which is kinda classical. Orkestral percussion. Very dark. Actually I made two tracks yesterday. As usual I was experimenting and suddenly I found myself fooling around with a small line of text which I’d captured from a previous recording. For both tracks I used two different Rack Extensions of the […]