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#41

thanks for your support John :slight_smile:


#42

Training my tonal devices


#43

301 arriving next weak!


#44

I’m listening to this:


#45

Love me some renaissance motets - thanks for sharing this one


#46

Bjork - Homogenic

I’m really excited for her new album


#47

A bit OT…several years ago I began recording renaissance motets by multi tracking my 5u modular, eventually releasing a collection. I guess technically I’m still working on this type of stuff, but it has been over a year since I’ve made any further progress. This is representative of my latest:

End OT


#48

@rgalbraith this is beautiful! Six voices or four?


#49

Thank you! Five voices actually.


#50

Went over to leave a comment on this track and started listening to your other work which inspired me to go ahead and purchase, “This is the world.”

While listening to some of those tracks I decided to check out your work, “Polyphony” and had to buy it too.

Brilliant work pulling so much pathos out of your synths.


#51

About to buy this from our very own @rbeny


#52

I just bought this on a record (from the awesome Recollection GRM series) - and I just ordered an ER-301. They are both of a same kind for me and hopefully will meet somewhere…


#53

@leverkusen oh that’s fantastic i just bought that vinyl too! thanks!!


#54

Ah thank you! The 301 was used all over this thing. Namely a few custom fx units, but also a custom unit Rings exciter.


#55

Thank you so much, I hope you enjoy them both!


#56

Again I bought a record today and like it very much. It has a beautiful cover artwork also and partly sounds like this:

Unfortunately the other half, which is more like kazachian folk music does not get featured on YT.


#57

…oh, and in between I found this reissued LP which is amazing! Everyone needs a copy of it. Though it sounds better on vinyl than on youtube (analogue vs. digital, you know…;-):



#58

I’ve seen Midori Takada playing yesterday. It was a beautiful evening and a very inspiring experience. Also the sound of the room was great.


#59

yes, that’s fantastic!


#60

This days I’m listening to Abul Mogard, that, by coincidence, I’ve discovered thru @mudlogger :slight_smile: