Motivation: After I repaired the memory backup battery on my Alesis DM Pro, it’s time to (try to) fix the… Read more Alesis DM Pro surgery 2; solder rework for outputs
Repair: input channel on 4-track tape recorder.
Motivation: Philadelphia musician/writer Jon Pfeffer sent me his Tascam 414 for repair when it’s Channel 1 was no longer recording.… Read more Repair: input channel on 4-track tape recorder.
Surgery on Korg Kaoss Pad 3 slider
Distinction The Korg Kaoss Pad series. Simple stereo audio effectors/samplers/loopers that allow you to control (preset) effects with medium XY… Read more Surgery on Korg Kaoss Pad 3 slider
REPAIR: pads and switches on MPC1000 for The PercussioNeuron.
Motivation: As you may know, I plug drum triggers into a MIDI sound module in an elecronic-drum-accessory (to my acoustic… Read more REPAIR: pads and switches on MPC1000 for The PercussioNeuron.
Alesis DM Pro surgery 1; internal memory battery
Distinction: I have a long and complex history with the Alesis DM Pro. It’s a uniquely powerful and expressive device,… Read more Alesis DM Pro surgery 1; internal memory battery
not so Bright, after all…
There is a store downtown that makes signs. One side of their own stree-level sign is broken. oh no. …… Read more not so Bright, after all…
spontaneous drum circle !
I woke up from an afternoon nap to the sounds of hand-drums and percussion… so I put on pants… Read more spontaneous drum circle !
photo album of NEW STAND for The PercussioNeuron
PercussioNeuron Motivation: The PercussioNeuron is (presently) an ATA road-case-stye pedalboard by RoadCase USA, containing Trigger IO / Dddrum DTI drum-trigger… Read more photo album of NEW STAND for The PercussioNeuron
My OctaTrack ideas, after 2 years
after 2 years of flirtation and experimentation with the Elektron OctaTrack, I check in a to share my thoughts and ideas.
video and insight of “Analogs to Nausea” at Oberlin TalberTronics Festival
TELL: My second live honoraria performance in the TalberTronics Festival at Oberlin College as “Analogs to Nausea,” a live synthesis/sampling re-interpretation… Read more video and insight of “Analogs to Nausea” at Oberlin TalberTronics Festival