RSS Feed

In panicked response to the declaration by a kind Blosxom Group contributor that he planned to add my RSS feed to his aggregator, I have educated myself somewhat on the protocol,…

Shame On You

I’ve maintained a firm but until now untested belief that the computerized, virtual, analogue, and electromechanical instruments here in the studio can be used to create a warmer modal type…

Going Home

Going Home is a composition from the Meh club demo recorded in 1998, featuring Gord Fynes on drums and Artie Roth on bass. Time: 7:40 Size: 7.1 MB Download MP3

Increased In Strength

I maxed out my processor in order to bring you a celebration of the Stereophonic Victrola by way of Reason, Logic, and some very painstaking psychoacoustic stereo placement techniques. Excerpts…

Modular Oblongata

Originally printed April 2003 — Before there were synthesizers in my house there were electronic music albums. Silver Apples of the Moon. Snowflakes Are Dancing. Switched On Bach. The cover…

A Brief History of Timbre

The medieval cornett (not to be confused with the modern trumpet variant) was a pretty popular instrument if you go back 500 years or so. Every Renaissance ensemble had one….

Music Links page converted

The dynamic music links page has been activated. It still needs an index. But now that I’ve got the config plugin working for me, I don’t think that’ll be too…

�Audio� directory replaces �MP3s”

The audio directory is now live. New music and relevant discussions will be found there, and eventually the contents of the old MP3 page will be transferred there as well.

�Programming Tutorials� is now �Articles�

The link to “Programming Tutorials” has been redirected to the Articles directory. I only wrote one programming tutorial anyway. That tutorial however led to a couple of articles for a…

Harmonic and Melodic Resonance Programming

At the birthday party of subtractive synthesis, resonance is the quarter you find under your slice of cake. By its very definition, subtractive synthesis leaves you with less than what…