I never thought I’d be playing the modular synth in a barber shop. Nor, did I ever think I’d get a haircut like this.
But, here we are.
A lot of people came by to watch and listen as I played stuff and generally jammed for about 5 hours.
It was a good time. I did not discourage people from playing keyboards.
Here are some places you can hear my music on Teh Interwebz…
is my original home for music postings. I rotate new stuff thru here and take it down when it’s had its run.
YT is my main upload place. Lots of videos here of performances and how-to’s.
My longer pieces go here, lengthy jams, ambient recordings, stuff like that.
Bandcamp is where I put my few pieces for sale.
Friday, May 3rd from 5pm to 10pm, I will be playing out on the mighty Eurorack for the teaming throngs of humanity at the Pontiac Art Crawl. Come hunt me down in the Downtown P for some “Pontiac Techno.”
I’ve put the ARP2600 in regular rotation as a voice in my pieces. So, here are four recent pieces, one flowing from the last.
The original jam…
The second run-thru…
And this last one, I “wrote” in about a half hour…
I will be playing to the public masses at 10:15 with my buddy Eric.
We have been working on making sound together and came up with shenanigans like this:
Here are the synth players: (video guys when the list is final)
My good friend Michael Pfaendtner, produces a series web video about people who have found things that make them happy. I am lucky enough to be chosen for an episode.
I must be livin’ right. My fb friend Tom Wilson has radio show on a college radio station and invited me to bring my gear down for a two hour show.
I captured the stream from WHFR on my PC, but it came out mono. It still sounded pretty good despite some crosstalk with other sound..
Broken into two hours.
Hour 1 in which I explain a little and play some old clips from classic elecreonic music records:
Hour 2 where I dig in deeper and play a lot of stuff:
A long live jam.
I’ll call this piece “Stereo Spectacular.” It uses a bunch of clips from stereo demonstration records from the 1950’s and 1960’s playing off a Disting Mk3 and going into a Dervish DSP with Beatstep Pro and Prizma voices.