Mix: FRS-April 2011

A happy and energetic mix to get you through your workdays.

VideoSampling: Royal Welcome

I made this video for palm sunday in church. It consists of various forms of homage found on youtube (no external sound added, it’s all from the movies itself). It was made using a beta version of SenSei (www.smadsteck.nl)

Wegener: Music & Sounddesign

I did the music and sound fx for a promo about the Weekkrant for Wegener publishing. Thijs Albers did the animation and motion graphics.

new mr. a balladeer remixes

2 remixes I made for mr. a balladeer have been released on his EP Aside.

Mix: FRS-March 2011

February was late, march is early! This mix features some wonky beats plus some dirty synths and other tunes that are somehow related to hiphop (in feel). I guess it’s not everybody’s cup of tea, but its one of the many styles I enjoy 🙂 These mixes also help me to digest new music: I personally really enjoy hearing a compilation of tracks that I already like in a context that I like.

Max for Live: Pod 2 Device

Control and automate your Line 6 Pod 2 from the sequencer Ableton Live. With this device you have way more control and overview than the hardware frontpanel.

Mix: FRS-February 2011

Just in time! A new installment of this mix/radio series a varied palette of tracks I like (and I hope you will too). Listen streaming via mixcloud, or download it here.

Max for Live: M300 device

With this midi-device you can control a TC Electronic M300 from within Ableton Live. All parameters are accessible and automatable and it will recall your settings when you startup a song with this device in it.

Mix: FRS-January 2011

Yeah I know, it is already february, but I did not post this one here yet. Personally I really like this mix 🙂

Max for Live: AutoFollow device

Within ableton live you can assign different follow actions per clip. However these are not interruptable and if you simply want to play the next clip as soon as the current one is finished you have to set this manually for each clip. The AutoFollow device makes this easier: drag it into a track, enable it and it automatically goes to the next clip. You can exclude looping clips and by unchecking the enable parameter you can interrupt the process. It works for audio and midi clips, warped and unwarped, though it is important to know that it depends on the launch quantization (it will fire the next clip as soon as the playback position…