A few days off and a few new pieces of modular gear paid off: there’s a few videos. Which aren’t that interesting to be honest.
All things considered, the “Praeludium Nr. VIII” from Das Wohltemperierte Klavier is one of Bach’s most interesting things.
For that reason, here’s three different synth versions – which mostly vary with regard to engineering things.Read more "Bach Goes Different Synths and Signal Chains (not another analogue vs. digital debate)"
I did some research aka goofing around with Komplete, the Semimodulars, and the context of Cubase. This is the resultRead more "“Knödel die die Welt bedeuten” – Production Techniques"
This is it! With “groxis tafelbilder”, I have completed making all of my albums since the beginning of the radically improvised period – or since 2000 – available online. And it’s a beautiful remaster!Read more "groxis tafelbilder (Remaster) – Release Notification"
My 2001 album SAUBER! – Das Geheimnis der Geschwindigkeit has been released online. With my albums from the early 2000s, quality of the available sources from an audio-engineering perspective became an issue the farther I traveled back in time. For that reason, I enlisted the help of mastering engineer (and all-around strange music goofball) Martin […]Read more "SAUBER! – Das Geheimnis der Geschwindigkeit (Remaster) – Release Notification"
Combing the newly-acquired DFAM with the 0-Coast, the Doepfer beauty case, the Minibrute, a small mixer and two multifx stompboxes. That’s all there is to it. Last weekend: This weekend: Lessons Learned: Lessons learned: if you combine a Doepfer envelope on minimum attack with the (notoriously fast) Moog sequencer and multiply them, then an […]Read more "“Spielsachen” – Two Videos of (Semi-)Modular Action"
Some time later, here’s a log from the first leg of my journey through the More Than Moore project. As it turned out, it was a winter journey, as I recorded a synth rendition of Schubert’s Der Leiermann, the closing song of his song cycle Die Winterreise (of which I provided a video).Read more "More Than Moore: A Winter Journey in Cassette Culture"