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^that's how you do it man, damned good 

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Whoops, guess i made the playlist public but not the tracks. Should be good now.

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The second half of all of these tracks is the shit.

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listened to veliform as i was drifting off to sleep this morning...really nice stuff. it's so visual... drawing shapes in my head... love the quite gentle sound of it all... esp veliforms ii & i. probably the kind of thing where if i listened while up and about i wouldn't be able to sink into it but, half asleep at 5am it was perfect

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Ksgnitr was my fave personally.

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1 RM1.23 - Serious fucking laser music from the future.

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The Veliform EP is very good. As always the sound design is amazing. I like the low-mid heavy mix and generative feel of it

 

 

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Thank you dudes, I appreciate your listening and the kind words.

A couple of related "in the pocket" jams:

 

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A set of my older tracks. Starts with the very first eczem track. All one file. I'll most likely get them on bandcamp at some point.

https://we.tl/t-gRRjIuJI47

2h:45m:57s

379 MB

 

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Also, here's a recent track that started out as something for a side project and didn't make it there.

 

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^what's all this? dling now :)

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Love you stuff! These vormaks tracks are fantastic!

what hw or sw do you use in production?

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Thanks for listening friends.

@xoxThanks man

These days I have a rotating/shifting approach using about 70% software, 30% hardware. For software, I've been using mainly Max/MSP, Razor, and Microtonic. Just picked up Reaktor, which is probably overkill now. I'll sometimes use tools like Audacity or Cecilia for .wav editing, but I use mostly synthesis. I usually record stereo into Reaper via Rewire for anything within Max/MSP;  most of my mixing is done up front. My current hardware pieces are an old Nord Rack 1, the DSI Prophet '08, and most recently, the Elektron Digitone.

Currently I'm working on replacing Microtonic with custom percussion modules in MSP... and I'm working on getting a more robust live-oriented performance system.

The approach for each track on Vormaks is slightly different, but the common thread is Max as the main sequencer. Sound sources include most of the above mentioned. They're all live jams essentially.... there's not much compositional structure built in from the start.

 

'Zaharra Trek' is maybe not my best stuff, but some good moments when i listen back through it. The first track was recorded around 2006, and used the Nord Lead 2 keyboard, my first synth, and some samples for drums. The bulk of these tracks are from 2010 -2013, and I used the Elektron Machinedrum heavily during that time which drove a minimal all hardware setup.

 

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I guess the WeTransfer already expired. Just PM me if you want the file :cat:

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A collaboration with my cousin a few months ago. Realtime/liveset performance.spacer.png Some of it is more straightforward than what I would normally do. Not sure if I'm feeling the project name, but hopefully we can keep building on this down the line.

 

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An edgier, noisier Autechre sound overall, from my listening experience.  Sometimes sounding like a noisier "Draft 7.30" track or a noisier "Gantz Graf" track.  Definitely not smooth-sounding.  Also, eczem is not moving from theme-to-theme in a single track as Autechre oftentimes does, and stays on a single theme and explores the different noise combinations within that theme.  Nice job overall.

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On 10/8/2019 at 10:18 AM, CEP2plet said:

 Nice job overall.

Thank you 👍

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Early afternoon jam:

 

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Part 2, Long form. No reprieve.:

 

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On 9/27/2019 at 6:57 PM, eczem said:

Thanks for listening friends.

@xoxThanks man

These days I have a rotating/shifting approach using about 70% software, 30% hardware. For software, I've been using mainly Max/MSP, Razor, and Microtonic. Just picked up Reaktor, which is probably overkill now. I'll sometimes use tools like Audacity or Cecilia for .wav editing, but I use mostly synthesis. I usually record stereo into Reaper via Rewire for anything within Max/MSP;  most of my mixing is done up front. My current hardware pieces are an old Nord Rack 1, the DSI Prophet '08, and most recently, the Elektron Digitone.

Currently I'm working on replacing Microtonic with custom percussion modules in MSP... and I'm working on getting a more robust live-oriented performance system.

The approach for each track on Vormaks is slightly different, but the common thread is Max as the main sequencer. Sound sources include most of the above mentioned. They're all live jams essentially.... there's not much compositional structure built in from the start.

 

'Zaharra Trek' is maybe not my best stuff, but some good moments when i listen back through it. The first track was recorded around 2006, and used the Nord Lead 2 keyboard, my first synth, and some samples for drums. The bulk of these tracks are from 2010 -2013, and I used the Elektron Machinedrum heavily during that time which drove a minimal all hardware setup.

 

Where did you learn about max sequencing? Is it a ‘normal’ sequencing or algorithmic scheduling? 

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