There are two tracks left in this series of live roughs from Ostracon. This one and one more. If you have been listening, I would love to hear from you in a comment. We would also love to see you at the Kitty Cat Klub on Sunday, August 5, 2012 for two sets of live music from Ostracon. The amazing Terr the Om will start off the evening. Thanks!
Here we have track number twelve from fourteen Ostracon live, rough mixes. Please comment, share, retweet, or like if you’d like to hear the rest of these. Thanks!
CNET has a brief article about this, but the video says it all.
Here’s track eleven from the Ostracon live recordings that I have been sharing. Starting with track ten the roughs are from the last of three performances. These last five (track ten through fourteen) I took a slightly different approach by completely eliminating the use of virtual instruments. At this stage I was enamored with the Roland MKS-80, so I used it exclusively during this last performance. The MKS-80 has sixteen VCOs, but it’s multitimbral capabilities are limited to a dual mode and a split mode. Therefore, to get multiple layers of textures I simply recorded live loops of audio triggered by the GMS and stacked them accordingly. There are three tracks left in this series, so if you’d like to hear the compete sequence, please drop a line, share, like, or pat me on the back. Thanks for listening!
Here’s the latest from my solo project Ostraka (not to be confused with my duet project Ostracon with Graham O’Brien). An arrangement of this will appear on my upcoming album. I can’t say how soon it is upcoming, but I have a big collection of unreleased tracks that mostly utilize analog hardware that I’ve been collecting for decades. This piece has a little of the old and the new combining the Korg Monotribe, Sequential Circuits Pro-One, and Roland MKS-80.