Drum machine´s and youtube circuit bending stuff
Thursday, November 15, 2007
I´ve just saw a post on create digital music
about a circuit bend Linn drum II.
Im totally amaze by machine drums, ive a few myself and ive decided to search a little bit further and see what i can find, so i came up with a lot fun stuff.
First its Sakata DPM
i really dont knows this machine, but it got the "looks" it was made in 1983 and there are still some around ebay.Circuit bending noize box
, autodrummer v2
simply amaizing.broken sword drum machine
lots of stuff in there but cool sounds for electronica.
Labels: circuit bending, drum machine, linn, music, youtube
Friday, November 09, 2007
Saturday ive played with my band "Tsuki" in a venue here in portugal, we are schedule to play at around 11, and then Aki Onda will play after us.
Alltrought i don't talk much about concerts and artists, ive decided to make an exception because it was a marvelous concert by Aki Onda with loads of beautifull pieces.
He normally plays k7 with a lot of effects in between, but ive notice in the concert that he is in total control of the crowd "i mean total control of the music and therefore the crowd", ive have some moments of total trance (really its true).
So im just posting this for you guys to take a look of hes website and hes music.
Labels: Aki Onda, Electronic, exprimental, music, Tsuki
The hydra effect, Oink death and the industry.
The recente news talk about a large operation that had dismantle Oink (who was this large torrent place for music).
A couple of hours later two others torrent sites were created (The hydra effect as they call it).
Ive focus my attention into this and ive found a post talking about this on other related subject, read carefully because i think in my opinion all this is true and we are seeing some major changes in the music business.
""When Pigs Fly: The Death of Oink, the Birth of Dissent, and a Brief History of Record Industry Suicide.""
"For quite a long time I've been intending to post some sort of commentary on the music industry - piracy, distribution, morality, those types of things. I've thought about it many times, but never gone through with it, because the issue is such a broad, messy one - such a difficult thing to address fairly and compactly. I knew it would result in a rambly, unfocused commentary, and my exact opinion has teetered back and forth quite a bit over the years anyway. But on Monday, when I woke up to the news that Oink, the world famous torrent site and mecca for music-lovers everywhere, had been shut down by international police and various anti-piracy groups, I knew it was finally time to try and organize my thoughts on this huge, sticky, important issue."Read allVia Deamonbaby
Labels: decadence, industry, music, oink