Tags: Erkki Kureniemi
Tags: Erkki Kureniemi
From our good friend Ninjabottle, we share with you, an hour worth of inspiring Psybient!
Tags: ambient mix, ninjabottle, perfomance
While investigating the inner workings of harmonic frequency shifting we discovered a whole new set of musical guidelines.
In this new set of rules it is prudent to adjust you, yourself and the 9th chakra to what lies beyond.
In this feeblest of illusions we live in, the third dimension, we tried to make circular music in tune of the universe itself. Music to make squares into cubes and circles into globes.
Thus we found there is only one true tone. That of the electrical beast known as POG.
Thanx to nordloef for making this song possible.
The shapes are called lissajous patterns, and happen when you connect two signals to an oscilloscope in X-Y mode.
It’s normally used to track phase-differences between two signals, and to visualize the stereo field in music.
…but, it can also be used to create pure eyecandy.
As usual we forget to post upcoming events.. :)
Nordloef, Linde, Salkinitzor and Falbygdens Dataorkester played chiptunes and some tasty techno!
Videos were filmed and photos were taken, here’s one:
Tags: code clubbing, linde, nordloef, salkinitzor, stpln
Time and space is irrelavant in this kind of journey.
The only thing you have to keep track of is the way certain frequencies vibrate against your inner truth.
When this hits you on the dancfloor you know its time to step it up a notch and just keep it down!
We´ll see you in space.
So, I found these Max4Live-patches a while back called Nwdlbots. They are a collection of generative gadgets for Ableton Live. They’re quite fun to play around with, specially if they get to generate midi for something as flexible as a modular synth, like Blok Modular.
I managed to record some of the randomness that came out of this encounter!
What you hear are a couple of event generators, a scalebot, dynabot, one blok modular and some native ableton-fx.
Tags: blok, max4live, modular, nwdlbots
Check out this sweet little diy-instrument!
I love pitch bending instruments! I made this one for a guy who does movie soundtracks. It is the second one I have made, but the first with this design. The playing is all spontaneous, imagine what you could do if you actually practiced. Great for wierd sounds as well as sweet melodies.
It’s like a ruler, held down on a desk, on steroids :)
Tags: bending, pitch, thumb piano