Archive for the ‘Electronica’ Category

The morning after

September 25, 2020

Unusual Phenomena

July 3, 2020

I came to realise that I have had many tracks spread across compilations over the last 25 years, so I wanted to gather some of them together before the cds rotted and it became harder to source the audio.
Therefore, I present ‘Unusual Phenomena’ for your listening pleasure.

The Sphere of Density 2CD now available from Lagowski Bandcamp

June 17, 2020

My new double CD set is now available from my Bandcamp site. If you purchase the CD’s or album download from there, you also get a set of live photo’s of the S.E.T.I. performance, taken by Yukari, at the Wroclaw Industrial Festival 2019.

‘Offshore’ released today!

June 5, 2020

Gear List

June 2, 2020

For anyone who is interested in which audio tools I use, here is a big list.

Hardware

Synths

Novation Circuit Mono Station

Weevil

Mute Synth 1

Nebulophone

Shruthi

Noise Toy

Drum Machines/sequencers

Arturia KeyStep

Novation Circuit

Korg Es-1 Drum Sampler

Effects

Eoten B – glitch/fuzz/ring mod

Koma BD-101 delay

T-Resonator II

Zoom MS CDR70 Reverb/Delay/Chorus 

Boss BF-3 Flanger

Software

Metasynth 5

Reason 10

Ableton Live 9

Reaktor 6

Tracktion

Audacity

Izotope plug-in set

A shedload of AU and VST plug-ins.

iPad applications

Effects

iDensity

Shaper

Eos 2

Harmony Eight

Replicant 2

FuzzPlus3

Utilities

AudioShare

AUM (MIDI and audio recording environment and host)

Atom (MIDI Sequencer)

Fugue Machine (MIDI Sequencer)

Instruments

iMS-20 (synth/drum machine/sequencer)

SECTOR (musical microworld)

Photophore (swarm based synth)

Patterning 1 & 2 (drum machine/sequencer)

dot Melody (freaky sequenced instruments)

Samplr (musical microworld)

iSpark (drum machine)

Bebot (!)

Ribbons (synth)

BeatMaker3 (drum machine/sequencer)

Tera Synth (synth)

SoundScaper (musical microworld)

Jasuto (musical microworld)

Borderlands (musical microworld)

Poly (freaky sequenced instruments)

Ripplemaker (synth)

Ruismaker (drum machine)

Mononoke (synth)

Model D (synth)

Vitalweekly 1234 review and Mixcloud playlist…

May 26, 2020

Thanks to @fransdewaard for the great (and understanding) review 🙂

LAGOWSKI – SECRETS OF NUMBERS (CD by Zoharum)

‘As I am playing this new release by Andrew Lagowski I am thinking when I became first aware of his music. I may have missed out on the knowledge that he was one half of Nagamatzu when I first heard them…..’

Read the rest at http://www.vitalweekly.net/1234.html

You can hear a preview of CreepOhmski from my new album ‘Secrets of Numbers’ at the Vitalweekly Mixcloud link below.

Two albums due on June 5th 2020

May 16, 2020

On June 5th there will be two new releases – S.E.T.I.’s ‘The Sphere of Density’ CD on the Polish Zoharum label and Lagowski’s ‘Offshore’ collection via Bandcamp.

‘Sphere of Density’ is a double CD – one studio set and one live at the XVIII WROCŁAW INDUSTRIAL FESTIVAL.

About ‘Offshore’

The photo was taken in Yokohama, Japan as we were descending on the escalator. It often occurs to me that it’s possible to make music even when you’re not sitting in your home ‘studio’, whatever that may be comprised of.

Many of the tracks on ‘Offshore’ were recorded using a 5th generation iPad in AUM. Some then had overdubs in Ableton Live 9 (DAW) with Reason 10 synths. A couple were made on the Novation Circuit, with added Reason 10 synths.

I will have copies of the S.E.T.I. CD in a few weeks, but of course, you can get them from https://zoharum.bandcamp.com/ earlier in June if you wish.

 

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Lagowski ‘Offshore’

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S.E.T.I. ‘The Sphere of Density’

Electronic Sound issue 65 – review of ‘SoN’

May 14, 2020

Secrets of Numbers reviewThank you to Push and the gang at Electronic Sound Magazine for getting this review in at the last minute!

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Strictly Drone III

May 7, 2020

 

Strictly Drone II

April 30, 2020

This collection (the second in my occasional drone series) features a Bumblebee, a Shamisen, a Nebulophone and a lot of layering. The photo is of the Moon from our garden, on a long exposure. It moved across the sky while nobody was looking.

I recommend playing this back on good headphones or on a music system with good bass.

Be sure to check the track info for ‘Bee Flight’, for details of how it was made.

Shamisen played by Yukari Lagowski. Bee sounds reproduced with permission.


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