One primitive guitar
Adventure at a place where robots live with some nature at the lake. And the humans…
Here is some talk about the creation:
A collection of songs. Mona: Vocals; Thomekk: Instruments, Synths, Programming, Production
Just some dirty noisy guitars disco-waltz
— aural short-story
Im Vorraum der Erzählung – Pränarrative Zeichnungen, Objekte, Installationen
von Lars Henkel, Falk Nordmann, Andreas Rauth, Jan Sieber zu Kompositionen von Sonic Ensemble/Thomas Kallweit
Ausstellung vom 14. – 27.09.2013
Vernissage 13. September 2013 19:00 Uhr
-> Sonic Ensemble live 20:30 Uhr
Projektraum Erstererster /
Pappelallee 69 10437 Berlin
Fotos von Jan Siebers Kamera-Übertragung live zum Stück „Melanie Simon wants“:
Bodensee (ode to this beautiful lake)
Pop was yesterday and then.
Here’s the new breed:
1 New Music piece
1 schnrrg-piece *
*“In my opinion“ uses voices (beside my voices, guitars and the drums):
Speech Samples by
J Morgan – Facebook (http://archive.org/details/Facebook_7059
Steven Di Pietro – SocialNetworksRecordingLong ( http://archive.org/details/test2_587 )
Licenced munder Creative Commons:
Though this might be of minor interest:
Working on a Data-Base of all of my recorded works – and this is a lot!
Putting it all digital – from old Tapes – with Categories, Buzzwords, Dates, Actors and so – this is hard work!
It took a some time to find a program for this – and now it is:
For PC-Users this seems to be the best one. Tagging is easy, converting is in, burning too – autoupdate of chosen folders easygo. It also syncs to Apple appliances and other Smartphones.
So I chose this for the composer’s database – as there was no other solution around.
The workflow is:
Record in DAW with some helperPlugins to optimise the audio -> remaster in Adobe Audition (Noise Reduction) -> render to wav or mp3 -> Retag it in MediaMonkey.
To the composers with lots of work on the harddrive:
Which program do you use to archive your work?