“Robot Daughter” is basically two samples, one of my daughter saying “I am robot daughter” and one of me saying “I am robot daddy”. Here is the former: [Audio clip: view full post to listen] The files were chopped up in Recycle, then sequenced first in Reason, then in Live. I’m a big fan of […]
Testing out another sound player. [Audio clip: view full post to listen] The player is called Audio Player (appropriate). The colors are customizeable and it can only play MP3s as opposed to WAV or AIF or anything else. Additionally, the sound files have to be posted on my server (or any server, I guess) rather […]
I noticed one day I had a plethora, a teeming smorgasbord even, of digital telephone ring sounds. So I squeezed a few of them into lemonade.
A remix of HELP ME SOMEBODY, off of the 1981 David Byrne/Brian Eno album “My Life in the Bush of Ghosts.” This was done for a compilation of remixes for Marc Weidenbaum’s Disquiet.com. Find more from this project here: archive.org
Just testing some modulations in Reaktor’s Carbon synth.
This was originally created to be a soundtrack for an animation about robots. Yes, robots. Go figure. Instead it found life accompanying a movie I made in 1997, riding my bike from my apartment in San Francisco to Ocean Beach. Here’s that.