I made a new demo of the Yamaha QY8 Music Sequencer to control my Korg Volca Keys and Volca Beats.
On this day, three years ago, Jamfolder (a duo of which I am half) recorded and released on Audioboo an acoustic demo of their song ‘Blue Order’.
On this day, two years ago, I released the EP called ‘Analogue EP’ by German band Stahlbürste Darling. This was the first music I have made available to purchase from a proper music store, and is available on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Amazon MP3, and many more.
The promo video is of the song “Da ist eine Spinne im Haus”…
2 years ago, almost to the day (November 22nd, 2013) I created this experimental improvised piece of music, in real time, using a Stylophone, Korg Volca Bass, Korg Volca Beats, Korg Monotribe and Korg Monotron Delay. It has become my most watched YouTube video to date, and started me in a new direction of electronic music in the new studio…
On this day 3 years ago, 1-Nov-2012, I created and released this silly cover version, to celebrate the joys of the #Octaver music festival. And I was assisted by my daughter who contributed additional vocals, and my son who provided the sound effect that drives through the entire song. http://audioboom.com/boos/1035104-in-octaver
I wrote a blog post about some of my musical efforts. Paul O’Mahony very kindly published it on his blog, so you can’t read it here, you’ll have to read it over there.
On this day 1 year ago, 31st October 2014, I created this improvised piece of music in real time, using Korg Volca Bass, Korg Volca Beats, Korg Monotribe and Korg Monotron Delay. I didn’t come up with a title so it just defaulted to “My Song 21” when I recorded it into GarageBand.
#volcabass #volcabeats #korgvolca #monotribe #monotrondelay
On this day in 2012, I made and released a song called ‘Octaverosis’. This was the fifth song I had made in the month of October 2012, during the #Octaver music festival, and this track captures a moment of cynicism I was feeling towards my own musical efforts. So, from October 29th 2012, here is ‘Octaverosis’…