DURUTTI COLUMN – For Mimi
DURUTTI COLUMN – For Belgian Friends
DURUTTI COLUMN – Self-Portrait
KEVIN HEWICK – Rubble
KEVIN HEWICK – 1940
KEVIN HEWICK – A Little Feeling
KEVIN HEWICK – Forget
KEVIN HEWICK – Morphia
KEVIN HEWICK – The Enchanted Kiss
KEVIN HEWICK – Haystack
BLURT – Puppeteer
BLURT – Dyslexia
BLURT – Some Come
BLURT – Benighted
ROYAL FAMILY AND THE POOR – Vaneigem Mix *
ROYAL FAMILY AND THE POOR – Death Factory *
ROYAL FAMILY AND THE POOR – Rackets *
download record 1
download record 2
Bilting/Karkowski: Bad Bye Engine
Bad Bye Engine was released on vinyl LP by Radium in Gothenburg 1988. It was created, mixed and produced at the computer music studio at the department of computer science at Chalmers University of Technology, by Ulf Bilting and Zbigniew Karkowski. They had met as a result of cooperation project between the College of Music and Chalmers.
The studio consisted of two Yamaha TX816 banks (equivalent to 16 DX7s), an AKAI S900 sampler, analog mixer and two TEAC tape recorders, 8- and 2-track. Very little midi sequencer software was available at the time, so a system of programs for generation, manipulation and playing midi data was created on the VAX-11 BSD Unix system at the department. Time-stamped midi data (an invented format preceding standard Midi Files) was transferred to a specially built processor with 8 midi interfaces that controlled the real-time playing, recording and synchronization of midi.
Many of the tracks use a technique of playing many, very short sounds on the TX816s to create musical shapes, e g the first sound heard in He Van He consists of about 800 attacks with a duration between 0.1 and 0.2 secs.
The idea of making short tracks was quite unique at a time when almost any electroacoustic music piece were streched out over an entire LP, or several.
album download link http://www.bilting.se/bbe/
from my myspace a/c
Hey MySpace artists,
Music has always been at the heart of the MySpace community. As an artist, you have a place to connect directly with music lovers and build a fan base. Now, through our partnership with SNOCAP, you can sell digital downloads right on your MySpace page. This is something we’ve wanted to bring to you for a long time, and now it’s here!
It’s really simple. Just click the “Create Your MySpace Music Store” link on your Home page to register with SNOCAP (or click here), upload your music, and set your price. Your store will be automatically created on your MySpace profile right underneath the MySpace player, and a new “Manage Music Store” link will appear on your home page which lets you edit your songs or change the price. Once you’ve created your store your fans will be able to purchase your tracks right off your profile and even post your store on their own profiles, and you’ll get paid on a monthly basis. Click The Format
to check it out.
You don’t need to wait to have a CD’s worth of music to sell. Record something tonight and make it available immediately. Or upload a few tracks from the soundboard recording of your last show. A MySpace/SNOCAP MyStore puts the power of distribution in your hands. And best of all, it doesn’t limit any of your choices. You can still stream up to 4 tracks for free from the MySpace player on your page. You keep all the rights to your music. And this isn’t exclusive – you can put a MySpace/SNOCAP MyStore on your MySpace page and paste the store anywhere else on the web you use for promotion; plus you can also sell through an aggregator or any other digital retailer you have access to.
You already use MySpace to market & promote – now you can sell your songs!
o Jack OSX v0.74 – 6.4 MB – Freeware
Low-latency audio server.
o RaySpace v2.3 – 1.19 MB – Demo
Real-time impulse response designer. [VST]
o Ardour v0.99.3 – 13.9 MB – Freeware
Digital audio workstation – Record, edit and mix multitrack
o LUNA Free – 1.6 MB – Freeware
Alternative, ultra-light virtual music studio.
o Solo Performer Show Controller v3.3 – 23.9 MB – Demo
Show control system controls background audio, lyric
displays, MIDI, and lights.
o FabFilter Twin v1.11 – 3.5 MB – Demo
Versatile and powerful synthesizer. [VST/AU]
o Ping Pong Delay v2.0.6 – 73 KB – Donationware
Delay plug-in. [AU/VST]
o SFX Machine Pro v1.0 – 2.2 MB – Shareware
Modular audio multi-effects plug-in. [VST/AU]
o MjCompressor – 263 KB – Freeware
Single band compressor with a very transparent sound. [VST]
o KickMaker v1.0 – 3.2 MB – Demo
Synthesizer designed specifically to create good kick drum
o Play Sound v1.6.4 – 1 MB – Freeware
Scriptable faceless background application to play sound files.
o SignalSuite v2.0.5 – 2.8 MB – Shareware
Real-time Audio Signal Generator.
o Cog v0.0.5 – 2.3 MB – Freeware
Multi-format audio player.
o CuePhase v1.0.3 – 2.3 MB – Shareware
DJ automation software.
-Boom Recorder v5b3 X – 2.41 MB – Beta
Designed for recording on film-sets or live-events.
The “Mothers Against Noise vol.1” compilation is finally online and can be
freely downloaded, along with accompanying artwork, at
1. It-Clings – “Inflammatory for inflammatory’s sake” [MP3/OGG]
2. Acrylik – “Againstructur” [MP3/OGG]
3. Autopsy protocol – “Swallow all” [MP3/OGG]
4. Soiled – “Heavy_Dawn” [MP3/OGG]
5. No John – “Outside my head” [MP3/OGG]
6. Institution D.O.L. – M.ultiple_A.larmed_N.ymphs – “God is with us” [MP3/OGG]
7. Paul Devens – “The Mothers” [MP3/OGG]
8. Pei – “Goodnite02” [MP3/OGG]
9. Tzii – “Non” [MP3/OGG]
10. Analog suicide – “Untitled” [MP3/OGG]
11. Idiosyncrasia – “Deviathan” [MP3/OGG]
12. Nepa ios – “Le quotidien des Automates” [MP3/OGG]
13. Eivind Dahl – “Brief moments of sanity” [MP3/OGG]
14. Bizix – “Chill out muzik (POP mix)” [MP3/OGG]
15. Finaldoll – “Nisrine” [MP3/OGG]
16. Montagnn – “Kuhn’s lil teeny Popper klub” [MP3/OGG]
17. Half a moment – “Schants” [MP3/OGG]
18. Sunao Inami – “Cuttle” [MP3/OGG]
19. Rohypnoise & Planetaldol – “Paraphrenitude” [MP3/OGG]
(France) rohypnoise.free.fr & planetaldol.free.fr
20. Error – “Oh come all ye faithful” [MP3/OGG]
21. Synapscape – “Natur” [MP3/OGG]
22. Crno klank – “Noizz” [MP3/OGG]
23. Sinmantyx – “Notyou” [MP3/OGG]