Honored to be playing this week for the Planetarium Party at The California Academy of Sciences weekly Thursday night party, “Nightlife”.
Posts Tagged ‘Electronic’
supercollider monome performance app, "OneTrigPony", with added varibrightness lunacy
Here’s a new page i’ve started where i’ll be keeping links to all educational stuffz:
You can also find it by coming to this site, and looking under the top-right list of “Pages” for the “£€∆®N ¥øµ Gøø∂” page.
Hope you like enough to share.
Ha, some folks would start a description of this with “I’m not sure what possessed me to do this” but I have no intention of doing so! I know EXACTLY what possessed me to do this: Catharsis. I needed to do a little house-cleaning of the mind. I believed maybe I could do it in such an organized fashion, that documenting the process might be helpful to others. As I chart what I’ve learned about Max/MSP and creating custom tools in various audio environments, I also thought it could help me to learn still more. By creating tutorials for Max/MSP in 3 parts: “Sampling”, “Sequencing”, and “Interfacing”, I’m hoping to end up charting the path I’d like to take to learn SuperCollider. I’m almost done with the first part, “Sampling”… here is a little peek at my digital lunacy:
In celebration of our first release ever…
Salud! Benvenuti! Ça Va! Mushi Mushi! Namashkar! Holler!
Come one, come all to the blazinest bassface beatfreak barrage in town! RENEGADE MOTHERPHUCKIN LIGHTS! WHUT!!!!
Our artists will drown your sorrows in a wash of digital-to-analog-then-back-to-digital-and-if-they-feel-like-it-back-to-analog-again mayhem.
On November 1st, 2011:“Renegade Lights #1” made available from our music.renegadelights.net page!
The inception of a new era in electronic music: Renegade Lights #1. Renegade Lights Media ignites their shine onto the world of electronic music for the first time with this originally defiant compilation of uniquely skilled artists. These beats were born to butcher bassbins and refuse to die, taking you on an intrepid journey through the fringes of all genres and beyond while still remaining cohesively engaging throughout. Through shine or shadow, this tasty double-wax album remains truly renegade.
A few details:
Title: Renegade Lights #1
Format: Digital Download and 45rpm double-wax
Release Date: November 15th, 2011
Side A -
1. Schismatics – by Dolza
2. Interspace – by Nonagon
Side B -
1. S8 Unstate – by Raja The Resident Alien
2. Unfamiliar Ceilings – by MEND
3. Stone – by Anon Day
Side C -
1. Dirty Nine- by Jeekoos
2. We Are Not Human – by Wolf Interval
3. Sonido Interior (ft. Paloma del Cerro) – by Searchl1te
Side D -
1. A Number Of Days – by Spacewülf
2. Burning Down The Porch – by Edison
3. Fold – by Ellul
Renegade Lights Video Flier:
An Exclusive Sneak Peek! on our SoundCloud:
Chicago was a blueshift nearer to the heart. Our gracious hosts at TransAmoeba allowed Renegade Lights to magnify the brilliance of all who attended and performed long after dawn. With food provided by Edible Alchemy and an overwhelmingly immersive sound system provided by Catalyst Sound, it was a night to ring beautifully in the ears forever. Of Catalyst Sound and Part Time Suckers fame, Ryan Searchl1te hosts a weekly radio show, Part Time Sucker Radio, featuring both fresh and veteran electronic musical talent on Chicago’s WNUR. Some of our Renegades made an appearance and I’m honored to present the audio hear: