Back in January, my plan looked something like this: have an idea what needs to be done in sound design (and have started on it) before end of January. have a mastering concept defined by mid-February. have sound design and mix completed by end of February. have the cover art completed by end of February. […]Read more "Erlanger Programm: The Last Stretch"
The steps taken this week were definitely not Giant Steps – yet without completing a formal milestone, they now give this project a feel of “most of it accomplished”.Read more "Erlanger Programm: Small but Important Steps"
It had been quite some time that I enjoyed an album so thoroughly, let alone an album of electronic music. I became aware of Isotherme‘s work via my twitter surroundings, which, via scatterfilter, have drifted into a more electronic direction in recent time. However, I didn’t become aware of it before an announcement for his […]Read more "Review: Isotherme – “Nail”"
That album has been in the works for quite some time – yet I haven’t said a lot about it. This article is about the music. Like, how it is composed.Read more "Oscillator Theory – The Music"
I’m working on a new album. It’s called “Oscillator Theory”, is electronic stuff, and will be released either in December 2014 or January 2015. More details? Read on!Read more "“Oscillator Theory” – new album in the works"
I added a toy to my Nerdville setup which had been on my backlist for quite some time: a Digitech PDS-8000 delay. Not another one trick pony? Read on why I did this, and what makes this delay pedal so special.Read more "Acoustic Nerdville: A New Toy"
Day two of Acoustic Nerdville found a change in the signal chain. The change to a more tonal/guitar-oriented result however had nothing to do with that.Read more "Acoustic Nerdville: Detail Changes"