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A couple of weeks ago I had an MRI on my shoulder because it has been having a bit of trouble lately.  I knew the chamber was small and claustrophobic.   What I didn’t know was that I would wear earplugs and go on an incredible sound journey of bangs and bongs, zings and zips.  According […]

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I’m Revolting is a treasure trove of inspiration. Whenever I’m feeling restless on the internet, jumping from site to site, I redirect my browser to the site to find something fresh and unexpected yet welcome and familiar. If you are interested in art, fashion, music or design, I’m Revolting has it all. We are excited to […]

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Hell yeah, Nick Cave.  

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The Aeolian Guitar Aeolus = Greek God of the wind I’ve been messing around with the Sculpture physical modeling synthesizer in Logic Pro, and while researching a little more about the process of electronically/digitally reproducing the vibrations and resonances of stringed instruments, I found out about a really interesting phenomenon:  a stringed instrument (such as […]

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  I’ve been getting back into making music after a long gap, and I thought I’d share the rough draft of a song I’m working on.  The track title is “What Makes You Smile” and I paired the music with a short video loop just for grins.  I made the song for my girlfriend Lindsey […]

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4′33″ is a piece composed by John Cage in 1952 for any instrument (or set of instruments). When he first played it, he sat at a piano for the duration of the piece, not playing any keys. The score instructs the performer not to play during the duration of the the three movements of the piece […]

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Yes! Here is a great interview with Adam Weatherhead, who is a DJ and runs the blog Diddy Wah.  His blog is super rad, offering his readers a wide range of interesting sounds.  Thanks to his blog, I have been introduced to so much awesomeness: everything from sleazy surf to perfectly hand-crafted mixes of musical […]