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This is not "new" as far as it's been produced between 2005 and 2014, but exept giving some cd-r when having live gigs, this have never been released or uploaded on the internet so far.
Almost everything is hardware, raw 2-tracks recording out of analogue mixing desk (no daw multitrack mixing, no editing, no post-prod, just go and rec, just a bit of mastering process).
If you go for a listen, I suggest you to start by the most recent ones (coz' more interesting i.m.o.) though, if you're into ambient, you should try the older "venale suite" or "etorpe winter harvest".
I also have some more jungle / drumn bass stuff, that I still have to pack and upload.
Last recent years I was more busy working with another project in duet with a friend, (live techno / breakbeat / rave stuff), that I will post a bit later.
Well also last years I was very busy working and raising kids... but I'mactually back in the studio so I hope I will soon put out some more music !
Feedback is welcome ! Cheers !
new album by good time watmm member james bevan AKA Chunky (rip). v nice tunes, james has a gift for melodies that invoke clouds, planes, sunrises and adventures with strange animals.
p sure all these tracks are all done with a teisco 60f multi tracked. nice 1 james.
it's an adventure through time (naturally) and an adventure for us all (naturally).
have fun b safe
And some heavily edited video:
Basically I'm very interested in this, but not sure it's worth the investment for what I might get out of it. Seen a few reviews popping up in the weeks since I first saw it, but none of them really have any more information on actual real time usage or live demos; all we're shown is the video above and some links to performances where it's assumed a version of the software was used. I'm quite sure this guy isn't blowing smoke, but I'm also not sure how useful/good this will actually be once it's complete.