This is a collection of all my digital music, jams and experiments since when i started in 2007. Mostly electronic music.
Old setup: Renoise DAW, M-Audio 24/96, M-Audio Keystation 49e, M-Audio AV40, M-Audio SP-2
Current: Renoise DAW, Fragment, ONYX Producer 2-2, Korg microKEY, Superlux HD662F
Most of the noise is highly influenced by Richard David James and related. (Aphex Twin)
Track made for early soundchip with mod2psg2 tracker (Programmable Sound Generator chip; SN76489)
Fragment is my live coding synthesizer. All videos on that channel are live coding sessions. Most of it are focused on testing the software, sound design and spectral experiments.
This project is an (almost) complete recording of all things i did with sounds for a ten years period jammed into a single 11 hours video!
It contain every patterns (short music segments) created in Renoise that i found interesting and saved to a file between 2009 and 2019, it may even contain some contents from earlier time. Most patterns were ideas that were jammed on at the time without going further.
The video also contain many of my early animated computer art sketches stitched together with ffmpeg.
'Le passeur' is a one minute dark ambient track made in Renoise which is entirely made from custom samples of every days object (water bottle etc.) recorded with a cheap webcam microphone. It was released for an online email audio art project in 2011. It is inspired by Greek mythology about the crossing of the Styx river. The one below is the full length original.
Fun fact: The waveform looks weird (unintended) and contribute to the track idea.
Recorded Twitch live stream of every Renoise session between 2018 and 2021. Most are accompanied by my animated generative art.
Superclusters was my third musical project. It is mostly space themed and was some techno experiments influenced by Drexicya.
Mammuthus was my second musical project and probably the most polished one. The theme was prehistory. Most of it is ambient / acid techno.
First musical project. There was no themes. Most of it is early noise experiments from when i started making music inspired by the early 2000s demoscene and electronica scene releases. GenWv was a quick experiment with Ableton live 9 and random patterns.