Note how I didn’t put “progress” into this post’s title? That’s because I made considerable one. There’s four tracks online, which are more than 35 minutes long. Result!
Not a lot of accountable progress since the last post. In no specific order: The opening track with the slowly moving theme has already been combined into a suite, together with a track that is electric piano solo and a track which is two electric bass guitars. I have completed the tracking for all of […]Read more "RPM Challenge: Unordered Thoughts"
Four days done, twenty-four to go: I did accomplish something.Read more "RPM Challenge: Progress"
My server is down. I’m way delayed on my rereleases on the outsourced mastering jobs. I don’t really progress on More Than Moore. That’s why it’s a good idea to take on yet another project. Like the RPM Challenge. It’s about producing a record in a month, more specifically, the month of February. The record […]Read more "RPM Challenge 2018: I’m still gonna do this"
Although nothing has really changed in the greater context, I won’t repeat my negative statement from last year’s article. In regard to goals accomplished, there were some important ones (albeit not related to my usual music-stuff talk), and that way, I’ll even accept that there wasn’t so much music-related things happening. Well, at least not […]Read more "That was 2017"
This article is about the difference of direct and indirect material. About technology which sometimes feels all but forgotten. About Kailath’s take on Schur’s fancy algorithm. But in the end, it’s about musicRead more "More Than Moore: The Analogue Signal Chain Album Greenlighted"
My last two remaining albums from the radical improvisation period, “groxis tafelbilder” and “Das Geheimnis der Geschwindigkeit” will be rereleased, Maybe even before end of the year!Read more "Rerelease of two early-2000s Albums greenlighted"