About

Since childhood I'm pushed forward by inner need of sonic expression. Influenced by the synthesizer music of 80ies, exposed to digital audio toys since then resulted in life-long sound mangling obsession. Call me a knob twiddler or synthfreak and I won't feel offended by that ;-)

Yamaha PSS-140 patches for OP-1 Vol. 2

2015-10-13

Vol. 2 of patches sampled from Yahama PSS-140 FM keyboard, fine-tuned for OP-1.

Download
pss-140-v2.zip (2,8 MB)

If you like it, feel free to buy me a coffee or beer 😉

Yamaha PSS-140 patches for OP-1 Vol. 1

2015-10-11

Vol. 1 of patches sampled from Yahama PSS-140 FM keyboard, fine-tuned for OP-1.

Download
pss-140-v1.zip (4.1 MB)

If you like it, feel free to buy me a coffee or beer 😉

Visitors

2015-06-12

Older Octatrack and LXR jam.
In case you are impatient, Visitors come in 4th minute 😀

Uncomely

2015-05-15

Darker octa-jam. A bit loopy but who cares.

Neekoleetoo

2015-05-08

Chill track for my youngest angel to her first birthday. E-MU E6400 Ultra sampler fully tracked and controlled by E-MU Command Station XL-7.

Somethingness

2015-04-30

Something. Jam. LoFi. The opposite from Nothingness. Dreamy industrial broken hop thing.

Sequlade

2015-04-20

First jam with self-built MIDIBoxSeqV4. Synths played by Virus TI2, drums by XR20.
Trippy basslines, hoppy beatz, two grains of chaos 🙂

Lucidicul

2015-04-12

Cheesy virtual percussion synth meditation.

Feverishous

2015-03-12

Jamming while being sick.

Elektron ScienceLab Feb 2015 – Hectoverbial

2015-03-01

In February 2015 Elektron made a ScienceLab contest for existing Elektron boxes users. The task was to make a track purely out of one sample saying “We are not talking about simple looping device”. Contestants could use only Elektron devices with sampling feature (Machindrum, Analog Rhytm, Octatrack), max. track lenght was limited to 3 minutes, no external processing was allowed. No internal re-sampling either. Just re-synthesis.

This was my contribution.