Fiat600 & experimental techno

My friend Miguel Conejeros – aka Fiat 600 – gave me a handful of electronica. Mostly techno of different sorts, mixed in with all kinds of other styles. Bretschneider, Alex Smoke, Ramadanman, Redshape, Untold, T++ & more. Some vintage was in there as well, Sog – delicious! I have long been wanting to get further into techno styles, and it seems I’ll be getting there now.

Miguel Conejeros

At this moment we need to sync our machines, so even however anti-gadget I may be, it seems I’ll have to go through an external soundcard at least, as I don’t trust OSC over ethernet to give sufficiently precise timing. Anyway, this is promises to be very entertaining! First musical step will be to record various of my realtime generated bass-lines which work very well as constant yet continuously varying low frequency floor to different beats. This is a new approach and work process for me, which I am curious to see how will continue.

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I have over the years released a considerable amount of music as composer, flute and laptop performer and producer on digital and physical media – vinyl, cassette, CD, DVD. You will find all this material including listening links on the recordings page.

The programming I am doing for my own electronica and interactive music performance purposes has let me into research topics that have spun off a few snippets of generally useful software. This is available in the toolbox page.

Finally, the 3D Sound Object is a sound diffusion concept that holds very interesting artistic promises, and I am discussing the concept and pieces I have made on the 3D Sound Object page.