Karaoke with lyrics
Out by mid-September is the brand new Paul Kendall album “Family value pack. It’s not his first solo album. In 2003 the French label 0101 (ici d’ailleurs) released a Digital Intervention album and in 2011 released “Angleterror”, a digital only release of 7 compositions.
Paul Kendall aka PK is quite a cult name as he has contributed to a number of iconic releases by artists such as Barry Adamson, Renegade Soundwave, Nitzer Ebb, Recoil, Wire, Loop etc.. He worked for many years for Daniel Miller’s Mute Records and during this period curated an experimental electronic label, Parallel Series .
Original video footage from Jam Sessions’ Fabriek Magnifique video.
All sound come from The Korg MS-20 mini. No midi just some tape echo from the virtualizer pro and some triggering with Doepfer Dark Time.
Korg MS-20 mini
Doepfer Dark Time
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The Automaphone is a robotic synth that scans a4 pictures and turns them into songs, each song is different but the Automaphone has a unique glitchy 8 bit sound at its heart.
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The Automaphone is a robotic synth that scans a4 pictures and turns them into songs.
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This is the fourth selection from takes during a five day recording session and performance series at the Singing Ringing Tree (SRT) in Burnley, UK, a wind activated musical panopticon in Northern England. The sculpture was designed by architects Tonkin Liu and completed in December 2006. I performed accompaniment for the SRT binaural recordings simultaneously using a Novation Bass Station II connected to a USB battery. I also ran the Bass Station II through a Moog Minifooger Delay.
NOTE: This is a binaural recording combined with a monophonic synthesizer track. Although it sounds great through speakers, circumaural headphones must be used to experience the binaural effect.
Another live jam/mix.
I was going to end it about 6 minutes earlier, but I got in the mood to keep it going so I just started fiddling with the NL3 and improving with the Ultranova.
I really don’t want to go to work tomorrow so I can stay up all night and jam. I’m really loving this configuration of synths. Probably the best I’ve ever worked with.
Background video description:
I was able to spend a couple days with the new Dave Smith Instruments Pro 2. Here’s a small sample of what’s to come.
Utilizing the XW-P1 and Priva PX-5S, Casio’s Mike Martin teaches the basics of Oscillators, Filters, Envelopes, LFOs and more in this live Ustream event.