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By Soloman Tump
Wasn't sure which forum to put this in (perhaps EKT?)
Upcoming 1-day conference / festival at Motion, Bristol.
A festival of Knobs, Buttons and Discussions over 4 warehouse rooms in the heart of Bristol.
A full day and evening of synthesizer stalls, panel talks, live hardware performances, DIY modular workshops, Ableton Live workshops, Max4Live build sessions and the Escher Music Connection showcase.
Grabbed my ticket, should be an interesting day out.
I have a new album out that is dedicated to the memory of the brilliant producer Thomas Denis (Qebrus).
His production is featured on the first and second track. The third track was made in tribute after his passing using only samples he provided me. Every moment was inspired by him and is full of inside references from our friendship. It can be found on all major streaming platforms (Apple, Spotify, Google, Youtube etc). I hope you like it! I'll provide bandcamp and soundcloud links below. I'd love to hear what you think.
I recently released an album on Bandcamp: tsrono - i
And, for these next eight days, I'll be updating the featured/free-to-download track from my album. The album follows a concept, and each track will get a brief description. I hope this will help to create a story in your mind as you listen to each track and to the album as a whole. Each track will be free for download for approximately 24 hours (so yes, if you wanna check back every day you could get the whole album for free).
this album is written as a tale of a journey; however, this track, e0 (epsilon naught, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vacuum_permittivity), is about before that journey begins. it represents creation: of the universe, of life, of a civilization. from the meager beginnings finding common steps, then advancing together . . . and how quickly they grow into warring paths and voices, which finally come to a crescendo of conflict in the last minute.
e0 can be heard and downloaded here.
So I'm team iPhone now, and I'm realizing this may have been a slight mistake; do all pr0n vids come up as "(untitled)" in browser history?
This somewhat sucks, as I have no point of reference for which untitled page was any good among many untitled pages . Are there any tips from veteran Safari users as to how I can efficiently use my history? Much time is wasted sifting through it. Swift answers welcome!