recordings from my life - DIY music and art
Icastico, if you think it's a good thing I'm happy for you!I would ask you a little something: how do you construct your rhythms, for instance on Konomo. Not technically, I know you're a drummer so I presume that you improvise sometimes and keep the best, but do you have a particular state of mind about rhythms?See you...
genemesis...Good question. It depends on the particular track. Assuming you mean rhythmic elements beyond just drums, some are very deliberate mental puzzles worked out ahead of time (e.g., Konono, drag along behind)...some are reactive to a particular mood or melody (Forsaken), and some are just based on raw emotional elements that are fitted together after the fact. The only really constant element is that I work iteratively. So where I start and where I end up are often very distantly removed.
Icastico, me again!I thought about a little something, maybe before you: why don't you make a remixed version of your fabulous (really)asynchronic by some others nerdies geekies, well let me think, someone like me!... This egotrip part puts apart, could be fun and interesting for you...You seem to have good critics about this record, and could be a good complement to promote it...By the way, the LP sounds really analogical, do you recorded it on tape, and reworked it digitally?the production is strange, and great.I should stop or you gonna cum...See you
genemesis, Well...since asynchronic is released under a creative commons license, a remix is implicitly welcomed and encouraged - go for it...I just ask that you credit the original work and that it carry the same creative commons license...the details of the license are below. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/Now if you want to SELL your remix...we should have a more detailed discussion. For the record, Skin & Barrel music is putting together a remix project pairing aboombong and fez dispenser...http://fezdispenser.com/
PS... regarding the recording process. With a couple of exceptions, everything is recorded directly to cdr with a single microphone. (no turntables and a microphone...bring that beat back...;^)
No over-sampling-treatments-vst-vsti and other bullshits?!?T_TNow you know why you have good feedbacks, you make music when others are only doing a catalog effects... About the remix, I'm the man about selling something, maybe not enough self-confidence, or I just can stand a rejection... But you can ask to musician that's you interested about (not talking especially about me, of course) to create a very different point of view on your personnal works. Your record sound very rough by moments, so refreshing by this time...I will work on a little thing, your work is inspiring, and on CC, I'm not a producer. Maybe one day, I'm gonna produce an octopus lesbian movie, but far far from now
G, Nope, no vst. There is lots of processing of the signal in post, of course. Selling stuff is good. I sell asynchronic...the creative commons license is there to say that I have no problem with you creating something new using my work as an element...but if you are going to make money off of my work, I think I deserve a cut...or at least a say in whether I deserve a cut.Likewise...if I were to sell remixes of my work, the remixers would deserve a cut.
If I wasn't clear, or seem to want to make cash on your back, that wasn't my point. Of course it's normal to have consideration for a good work, I just thought that some remixes would be a good thing to promote asynchronic. I really should practice more my english!
Genemesis, Sorry if that came across wrong. When I said "you" I didn't mean "you, genemisis" -- I meant "someone." I was talking about people in general. I like your music. I would love to hear how you would remix stuff off of asynchronic. I agree that it would help promote the album.
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