Detritus 61

“I had an experience sitting in a tea ceremony room in Kyoto some years ago. It was a very unique and special experience. When we were sitting no one talks, and suddenly a storm came. And so we were just listening to the sound of the storm outside. Inside, sitting inside a very tiny room for maybe half an hour. I felt like I was in the center of the universe or something, it was almost like meditating….” Read more from Ryuichi Sakamoto interview

 

datamatics [ver. 2.0] is renowned artist/composer Ryoji Ikeda’s live audio-visual concert experience, which immerses the audience in the invisible web of data that permeates our world.

You can find out more about this work and forthcoming performances here

 

> My favourite subharmonic synth plugin is finally RTAS compatible (OSX & Windows) – check it out & if you dont own it, try the demo

 

> Some of this is stating the bleeding obvious, but maybe worth a watch: 10 things you/some people didnt know about sound and blog here

 

> I’m doing a bit of gear rationalising at the moment, of both music & sound equipment… Sold my Frostwave Fat Controller and have ordered these for my modular synth
(Doepfer A154/155, FOH Choices and Intellijel Unity Mixer)

new modules

Also have my Kyma Capybara 320 for sale which will hopefully help fund a Sound Devices 744 and a second Sennheiser MKH70…. Ahhhh the endless process of evolving intent…

 

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