« on: July 30, 2015, 12:57:34 PM »
Sounds like quite a marathon. Best of luck with it! Maybe you could bring back some cool environmental recordings to use on a future album project.
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Arovane -- Atol Scrap, Lilies, Icol Diston. These are fine things.
Checked on Bandcamp : arovane.bandcamp.com
Good time to check out the early releaes if you don't already have them ... euro is not always this low !
Is this a case of artists / labels trying to 'add value' to their releases in an increasingly digital world ? If so, I think that's cool, but it goes without saying that the music should be able to 'speak for it itself', primarily.
I find myself buying stuff for the limited edition aspect rather than the music. Which is pretty dumb.
Your work is brilliants, I shall read your book.
It would be terrible if we do not understand this. Because I think it's very important in everyday life.
I like what I'm hearing on soundcloud and the title suits the music well.
Forrest do you use your mixer and FX just as a front end to the daw and mix in the daw or do you come back out and use the mixer to mix, so to speak. Im using the old school model as best I know it where the tracks were laid down through the desk to tape, they were then pulled up across the console and "mixed" and then sent to 2 track tape ready for mastering. Im curious as the lore of AD conversion stands its best not to convert back to analog once in the box.
I used to use a friends ADAT and Mackie (1604?) mixer set-up years ago with various Lexicon and Drawmer units. I have to say, I wouldn't fancy returning to that now !
Moving away from the computer is definitely something I'd like to do more of, though.
Woob 2 (em:t 4495). I just paid a whopping $70 for this rare CD on Discogs, which is comparatively low to what others are asking. As often pointed out, not as good overall as the first release, but still excellent. Has a psychedelic jungle feel on the rhythmic pieces, with its share of quiet moody interludes.