Posts Tagged ‘techno’

Scatter 4

October 24, 2021

Live Lagowski rehearsal from April 1992

June 1, 2021

You may wonder why I make some of my live and rehearsal sessions available on Bandcamp. Well, the simple reason is that I think it’s important for everyone to know the stuff that goes on in the background and the warts-and-all sound that sometimes emerges. Enjoy 🙂

Lagowski ‘Smokescreen’ out today.

May 7, 2021

Streaming versions available to bookmark for when it’s available

https://ditto.fm/smokescreen-lagowski

Streaming music services

April 3, 2021

If you’d like to stream my music, this has been a reality since April 5th 2021.
Links to add my music to your favourite streaming service are below – these will be updated as more become live.

https://ditto.fm/prismatic-lagowski

https://ditto.fm/t-z

https://ditto.fm/ashita

https://ditto.fm/strictly-drone

https://ditto.fm/strictly-drone-ii

https://ditto.fm/the-third-strictly-drone

https://ditto.fm/the-fourth-strictly-drone

https://ditto.fm/the-fifth-strictly-drone

https://ditto.fm/daemons-of-the-western-world

https://ditto.fm/teratology

https://ditto.fm/temporary-distractions

https://ditto.fm/smokescreen-lagowski

https://ditto.fm/sensitives_392b405606

https://ditto.fm/scatter-4_816dbdd2a2

https://ditto.fm/creepohmski_6602788819

APPLE MUSIC

https://music.apple.com/gb/artist/lagowski/127270627

https://music.apple.com/am/artist/s-e-t-i/93555603

New track ‘MFB80’ 80/160 bpm

February 9, 2021

Two new albums for Bandcamp Friday

February 5, 2021

Outer limits of trance

October 6, 2020

The morning after

September 25, 2020

‘Offshore’ released today!

June 5, 2020

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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