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Here’s the nice downloadable mp3 version of that Gruta performance. FYI, here’s the full set of tunes I presented.
Finally … this is the ORIGINAL!!!! Made with the MUPROC (Music Processor) a simple 4 track sequencer (“DAW”) for the BBC Micro that just drove its internal soundchip (the TI SN76489) . Probably sometime around 1986 / 1987. (This video … Continue reading
Another late 80s version of the tune. (BBC Micro, Music 5000, AMPLE programming language). More or less the same as the Fairground but with an alternative ending.
I’ll never be free of it. Sometimes I just want to punch it!
Another find on an old tape. Nice return of the FM panpipe arpeggios.
Wow! Didn’t remember this one at all. It’s a reggaefied Sublime Loop from the mid 90s. Possibly the original recording of that MIDI file I rendered earlier (on SoundCloud, now see end of this post). Nice. Actually, here’s the MIDI … Continue reading
A dancier version of the loop from around 1993. I think I was trying to make this more of a piano-rave tune but somehow it spirals off into soaring melodic insanity. It was sequenced (and there’s a real drum machine … Continue reading
I’ve been playing with a new, simple form of synthesis that I call WaveFlavours. It basically involves starting with a couple of wave-tables and gradually swapping sample points between them, inverting and reversing the tables and other slow modifications. I … Continue reading
I’m kind of embarrassed to put this one up. But I decided to be (fairly) completist about this project. This is soon after I got my Kawai K1 and 4-track tape. It’s me playing and I’m excruciatingly out of time. … Continue reading