Week 4 and 5 with the Polyend Tracker

I had said in my last post about the Polyend Tracker that I would attempt some ambient music. That didn't happen. As I've explored this device more, I've found that it's and my strengths are cutting breaks. It really shines and makes cutting breaks a breeze. During week 4 and 5, I furthered this, speeding …

Audible Forms: Episode 2 – Distortion (Guest: Kagami Smile)

Episode 2 - Distortion (Guest: Kagami Smile) Audible Forms, a podcast made in partnership with LIVEWIRE INT. In this podcast, I discuss with my peers, producers, label owners and my inspirations in the dreampunk scene about specific building blocks to music, each episode with a one word theme. We talk about particular tracks, albums and …

Week 3 with the Polyend Tracker – Chill Out Room Breakbeat

With the Polyend Tracker, I'm attempting to write one track a week, with each track trying new techniques and ideas, with each one trying to push my knowledge of the device and learn something new about it. This week, smoother 125 bpm breakbeats were the vibe, compared to the previous weeks of jungle. Still just …

Audible Forms. My new Podcast.

Hey. I'd like to let you know of something new for me, a new podcast by myself. It's called 'Audible Forms' and it's made in partnership with Livewireint.co. In this podcast, I discuss with my peers, producers, label owners and my inspirations about specific building blocks to music, each episode with a one word theme. …

The ‘Polyend Tracker’ – A New Way Of Writing.

After spending 8 years using Ableton Live, moving through versions 8 to 10, I needed a new way to make music. The linear left to right timeline lends itself to certain styles of electronic productions, especially once you find a style that is your own or have certain go to sounds and methods. In the …