Monthly Archives: April 2014

New sounds with old designs- Korg MS20 mini

Those that follow me on twitter and facebook will know I’ve finally got a Korg MS20 mini- having wanting one in my studio since long selling my second hand original in 1987, for a fraction of what they go for … Continue reading

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Shimmer- Overtones, Harmonics, electric guitars, Ebows and sampler

For this piece I wanted to try a different take on texture- in particular I wanted to play with the upper frequencies, the harsh, brittle, scratchy sounds I normally avoid like the plague in my music; partially because of the … Continue reading

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What if Britain had an IRCAM?

Britain is not short of talented people experimenting with music, which is by no means new in the UK; we’ve had some now widely accepted pioneers in art music and I see no signs of this dying out despite the … Continue reading

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