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With the help of Expert Sleepers Silent Way and its calibration loop, I was able to get a decent range out of this really simple circuit. A little flash light trickery goes along way with this light sensitive lo-fi oscillator.
Yes this bread board is the lead synth in this track. Silent way + motu ultralite gives the osc voltage and gate voltage to make the 74C14 osc circuit change pitch and turn on and off. The black tube blob is a homemade opto-coupler(an led super-glued to a photoresistor with heat shrink tubing around it). Most of the ideas came from this book and a bunch of other books and tools. It suprises me how few components were necessary to get something to happen.
401K-rAd is now available on the Download page (if you scroll down a bit).
Released: Oct 2012
A new yet classic full length album from the freaky minds of Mark Hardy and Chris Grabowski.
Download 401K-rAd now!
Our good friend Johnny Armstrong came over to the pAd for dinner. We fed him chopped salad, squash, fish sandwiches and curried potatoes. Then he fed us this sweet all vinyl set from his crate of tasty wax. Thanks Johnny.
Check out the K-rAd_RTS.FM_080911 set. Broadcasted from pAdK-rAd.
This set came out nicely. I played slower 116-120 BPM. Since I was at home I could use all my stuff at the same time. There are a few moments when there are two Ableton machines and one Impulse Tracker machine all going at once plus moog and turntable ahhhh! Yes…all the tracks are originals.
Here is the .WAV of the set: K-rAd_RTSFM_080911.wav
Signals Treats is now available on the Classic page. We made this CD as a demo for a record label in New York. They strung us along for a bit then never put anything out. They were upset because we were putting our music out independently.