Some techno I put together with my modular. Enjoy!
I noticed I haven’t written much here for the last couple of months so here is a little update about whats going on with my music. Well, first of all it seems that I am really doing a third full length album. So far I have five finished songs for it and seeds for 2-3 more.
I don’t have any record deal but all those things are kind of in the future, as I don’t know when I will have finished enough tracks to call it a full lengther. If I don’t get a deal with a really good company I will probably just release it myself and sell it on my Bandcamp page et cetera. Yes I have a Bandcamp page now, but I’m not really doing much to promote it or the rest of my music. That’s something I actually should be better at again.
The studio is in a constant flux. Sometimes new things are brought in, while older are sold off. Here is a recent picture of me, sitting where I feel the most comfortable. In the center of the studio.
I’ve finally had some time to sort through all the pics I took at this years Sonar festival. Here are some of them. Check it out.
Check this out. Here’s a little DIY project for anyone with a Raspberry Pi computer laying around. The SamplerBox is basically a sample player in a wooden box. Load the samples on a SD-card, stick it into the box, connect a MIDI keyboard to it and there you have it. The total cost is less than €99 in parts.
Yeah I have an Instagram account. Check it out if you like and don’t forget to follow me. 🙂
Lets take a trip down memory lane to the year of our lord 1989. The Commodore 64 and Amiga demo/cracker scene had became quite big among us geeks of northern Europe. My team XAKK had released demos for the C64 for more than two years by now. Truth be told, we were beginning to feel a bit like “was this all there was too it?”. Maybe we were just getting a bit too old for it all.
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This could be interesting when it’s finally released. Still under development, there’s not much info available on the BitRumble, except that it has 5 channels with separate analog-like synthesis and a 15 step sequencer with 8 selectable patterns.
As some may or may not know I was pretty deeply involved in the so called Commodore 64 scene from around 1986 to 1990. I was the co-founder and musician/graphics guy of a Swedish demo and cracking group called XAKK. Rob Hubbard was one of my major inspirations for my music back then. Here is my personal top ten list of the best pieces of C64 music created by the one true SID-god, Rob Hubbard.
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The title pretty much says it all. Let me know you that like my music with ChangeTip. Alrightey then.. Now all I have to do is wait and money will start rolling in.. 😉