Posts Tagged ‘music’

Say What? Mag Selections 008

December 7, 2021

Honoured to have my track ‘Scatter 4’ featured here http://www.saywhatmag.com/selections-008/

‘Scatter’ premixes 1+2

December 3, 2021

Sensitives – new release on Bandcamp 30 Nov 21

November 28, 2021

My wife and I visited The Ankerwycke Yew and I was struck by the decay and sadness of the ruined priory next to it, which seems to be there almost as an afterthought. An aside to the great Yew which stands a few feet away.

Lagowski music now on multiple services in China.

April 9, 2021

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)

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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Ohm 2019 live gear diagram

April 26, 2020

Here you can see the layout of my live gear for my gig organised by Sleepers, at Ohm in Berlin, in November 2019.  The Tascam is a digital recorder, used to capture the live set from the mixer outputs. The feint lines are audio signals. The others are MIDI or sync signals.

Beats came mostly from the Novation Circuit, which is two synths and four (drum/sound) sample locations in a sequenced box, and Korg ES-1 (sampling drum machine).

The iPad supplied various samples and noises programmed at the same BPM as the main beats.

The Eoten B is a handmade noise box by Orgeldream that can take inputs or generate a racket by itself.

‘Fla’ is a Boss BF3 flanger pedal and the Zoom is a CDR-70 multi effects pedal that provides the wonderfully smooth reverb.

The Volca Kick and Bass did a couple of tracks synched to each other but they didn’t perform well in the club and lost sync at times – not sure if they overheated or got moody. Either way, I sold them once I’d returned home.

The Circuit held its own really well in the club and I was pleased with how far I’d got programming it, having only bought it two weeks before the gig. Looking forward to hooking up a Circuit Mono Station synth to it in the next week or two.

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Strictly Drone

April 19, 2020

Legion Konstruktor’s Arkive

March 29, 2020



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