We watched as they heralded the death of the music industry. But the music industry is thriving, it's the music that's terminal.
"Obviously, some artists that used to do well in the past may not do well in this future landscape, where you can't record music once every three to four years and think that's going to be enough..."
Daniel Ek, CEO and co-founder of Spotify
This dick thinks he can dictate the musical direction of artists?
Weirdo synthy introspection of ambient melodic oddness wrapped in rubbery new age vapor - GenresWrong
Ingrown Records and yet another exercise in synthesized volatility. Like diving into an inflatable pool full of strangely colored drinks (translated from Spanish).
Yeah I Know It Sucks! yeahiknowitsucks.wordpress.com/2021/02/03/cool-person-grown-person/
Asemic writing is a wordless open semantic form of writing.The word asemic means "having no specific semantic content", or "without the smallest unit of meaning".With the non-specificity of asemic writing there comes a vacuum of meaning, which is left for the reader to fill in and interpret. All of this is similar to the way one would deduce meaning from an abstract work of art.
Spent a day struggling with the VCVRack SDK ( only because I added the path to windowes environment variables instead of exporting it to mysys2).
Although mysys does appear to read windows environment variables, exporting environment variables to mingw64 appears to be temporary and can catch one out.
I'm avoiding JUCE for now.
But that's over with now. Only good things ahead.
I'll use visual code or viusual studio not sure which is more suited especially since I'm using mysys shell and have no idea how either ties with it and/or git.
What a way to start the new year!
2 releases in January. Officially release is Feb (Bandcamp Friday) for anyone wanting to purchases the tape or digital downloads. But for me and the show, it's 2 releases in January!!!!!!
To say we're stoked is an understatement and big ups to Ingrown Records for sharing in the goodness
Designer and presenter for Prrk Industries, an online research platform for electronic sound experiments, circuit bending and sonic exploration, encouraging DIY building and modifying of devices and the repurposing of discarded media and products.
Last season I demo'ed glitchy sample packs mixed with Frank Zappa and Captain Beefheart remixes. (it made sense at the time - and still does).
I like sample packs that have a strong personality. If I wanted my own sounds I'd make my own sounds and I do. But when I use sample packs that have personality , it feel more like a colloborartion and I like that. I like to imagine how the creator made the sounds. What were they thinking? , how different is my context? What can I learn?