Lockdown Sets

Over the course of lockdown my Saturday nights changed. No more going out and socialising or band practice. Instead I’ve continued to get involved with Ned Rush’s More Kicks than Friends YouTube show and submitted a second set. You can see that below. This time I opted for more of a modular approach, using someContinue reading “Lockdown Sets”

Turntable Modular

Lockdown has provided a fair bit of time to build at home. A friend suggested a link to a builder/producer called Lomond Campbell and it sparked an idea for a variation on his theme, and a new build – The Turntable Modular. The modular turntable creates a trigger pulse that can sync a clock pulseContinue reading “Turntable Modular”

Back to the Bronx: 4 Year Retrospective

2/7/2016. As always, I like responding to a creative brief. I’m lucky that those opportunities happen more often than not. Friends John Sackett & Roy Hanney put on various art performances under guises such as The Front Room, and one000plateaus and at these events planning for themes and stimuli takes weeks of preparation – IContinue reading “Back to the Bronx: 4 Year Retrospective”

The Year The Earth Stood Still

Back in June I was approached for a contribution to an online festival (World Harmony Festival) by The Front Room (local spoken word and music platform in Portsmouth). I wanted to look at the idea of the earth standing still. Couple this with a video element, rather than a live performance, and I started toContinue reading “The Year The Earth Stood Still”

Korg Monotron CV Modification

We recently posted a video about the versatility of modifying a simple Korg Monotron, Korg’s budget range of handheld synths, which have been capturing the imagination of the aspiring synth-nerd. I’d watched a video by the infamous Makezine called Colin’s Lab whereby ‘Colin’ waxes about how Korg designed these simple, entry level ‘toys’ to beContinue reading “Korg Monotron CV Modification”

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