Unfolding Inwards: Broken Tape Machine Inspired Modular Synthesis

In the name of drawing a line under a series of investigations and extrapolations during July/August, I’ve put together a 39 minute track/album of textural soundwork which is available as a free download.

“Running Time: 38’54”

A collated series of pieces written and produced in July/August 2011, thematically constructed as a series of textural sound sculptures portrayed by a fictional broken tape machine focussing on ideas of surface noise, mechanical friction and failing media. The pieces were written and performed using a Nord G2 Modular Synthesizer and recorded/collated in Reaper with no additional processing, effects or editing.”

You can get it entirely free from my site here. A little video taster of one of the movements is available below.

Uncanny Sound: Tactic, Cork

Just a short note to say that my entheogenic audio sculpture, Climbing The Peacock’s Tail has been selected for exhibition at the upcoming Uncanny Sound group show opening in Cork this week.

There are also a couple of recent posts by NTC operatives over at the website including my own ‘Modular Synthesis As Psychic Weaponry”. Read them here. There will be a reprise of sorts of my sonic interventions centred on Gair Dunlop’s ‘Atom Town’ coming up at the start of October at the DCA, Dundee. I shall post more information once details are finalised.