infovore + techno   6

RA: The Art Of Production: Rrose
This is wonderful: Rrose talks about their process, which ends up on techno and psychoacoustics... but is mainly about player pianos as well. Very good indeed, and a great interview.
techno  music  composition  ligeti  conlonnancarrow  study 
25 days ago by infovore
Rob Ricketts — Graphic Design & Typography
"A series of informative posters detailing how some of the most notable drum sequences were programmed using the Roland TR-808 Drum Machine. Each sequence has been analyzed and represented as to allow users to re-programme each sequence, key for key." Gorgeous. (If I had to pick, I'd take Voodoo Ray - which is a lovely piece of drum programming amongst many other things).
art  design  music  drummachine  808  techno  posters 
march 2012 by infovore
Donk Donk Donk Donk Donk |
"I was convinced that it was a spoof. As if there’d be a genre called Donk. Everything is wrong about the video. The knowing subtitles over subtle Northern Accents. The presenter’s slight grin when he’s chatting to folk. The funnily named shops. Everything. There’s no way I’m falling for a prank like that. It reminds me heavily of the episode of Brass Eye where they whang on about Cake (the made up drug). And all the characters and the interviews look like they could be setups or clever edits." But no, it's real. Iain Tait discovers Donk.
music  dance  techno  donk  northernengland  regionaldance 
february 2009 by infovore
Tony-b Machine
Crazy flash-based cheesy trance machine. Far more entertaining than it should be.
flash  techno  trance  music  generator 
october 2008 by infovore
The Trancecracker!
"Trance has brainwashed people into thinking it has the best DJs in the world". Entertaining Jack Chick parody. Stop DJ worship now!
techno  rave  parody  jackchick  humour  cartoon  klf  trance  soullesstrancebunnies 
august 2008 by infovore
f a b r i c (systeme 3.0)
£6 a month plus p&p gets you one fabric or fabriclive cd. Subscription music!
music  fabric  fabriclive  dance  techno  subscription 
april 2005 by infovore

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