Friday is going to be an important day for me. Friday my album Intimate Spaces will be released! It’s my first proper album, the...
A blogzine about modular synthesizers, music experiments and life without presets
Welcome back to another episode of Chosen Waves! Before we get to the track and what the artists have to tell us about it, a little service announcement. As you might notice in a minute, this format has changed. We’re going back to what we initially had envisioned this to be: a way to showcase […]Hannes
We’re really happy to present you this first guest post on Horizontalpitch by Claude Aldous. Claude creates a very interesting print-only fanzine called Deft Esoterica. If you’re into exploratory, experimental sounds, I urge you to check it out here: deftesoterica.bandcamp.com. Together with his partner Ola he plays in an [...]Hannes
I’ve recently started to do album trades. It’s a fun way to discover new music and get in touch with other musicians. Through such a trade I got this lovely album, by the Portuguese musician João M. Santos, who goes under the name The Daily Misconceptions. It’s exactly the right amount of dreamy moods, bell-like […]Hannes
We started this blog in 2015, on april 1st. It could have been an april fool, but our intent was actually pretty serious. We set out to create a magazine in blog form, that would provide the community with in-depth articles about making music with Eurorack modular systems and talk about artists who chose to […]Hannes
In the previous instalments of Modular Spaces we’ve been looking at all sorts of places for musical creation: wardrobes, corners and even people’s workplaces. This time, it’s the most obvious location you can imagine: the desk. The two people featured in this article have one thing common: their desks are clean, minimal [...]Hannes
The world of modular synthesis is sometimes a world made of solitary exploration, of musical monologues. You don’t encounter many projects that involve more than one person, let alone “modular bands”. It’s neither good nor bad and there’s many things that could be said about this, but I’ll leave that [...]Hannes