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New release from Nebulae Music Joseph Bagwell has re-released an old “lost” album from 2014 titled “Carbon”. The album sees it’s re-release through the Nebulae Music catalog. It was recorded between April and June 2014 and released circa July 2014, later on in the year Joseph had felt he disliked the work and removed itContinue reading “2nd February 2021: “Carbon”, New Cover Song.”
Marionette’s Manifesto is looking for a small group of artists who make Rock (Art, Alternative, Folk, Indie, Blues) music.
As I am not far from finishing my first album “Recluses Handbook” I decided to release a single from the album. “Weightless” is a sad song and a happy song at the same time. The Band and I all enjoy playing this one live and hope you enjoy listening to it. The B-Side “Recluses Lament”Continue reading “FIRST SINGLE IS HERE!!!”
Progress Made Fully organised the gig on 18th may including finished all graphics/poster and a schedule. I have also written up a guest list for the gig. Followed up with Katie James about a new logo Recorded two scratch tracks for solo EP Began putting together a press package for Luke Amor Organised door personnelContinue reading “FMP | Week 04 | 2nd May – 8th May”
During the second half of our first year of technology we had a composing module. Towards the end of this module we had to put together a small portfolio of contrasting compositions including one created in the composing lessons. Here is that Portfolio: 1. Twelve Bar Blues This first peice was the one i composedContinue reading “Composing Contrasting Material (College 2013 – 2015)”
During our first term of music technology we had to create an EP of music. Around the time i was getting into both Dubstep and Ambient music. Please keep in mind that i know these peices sound like bollocks but it was early days, i only wanted to share some banter… 1. Jukai DescribeContinue reading “Developing a Music Product (College 2013 – 2015)”
Watch the full performance here. What Equipment do they use? As Jean Michel Jarre started off in the late 60’s and early 70’s he uses primarily analogue synthesizers of various types including modular, polyphonic and monophonic. Using analog in place of the modern digital synthesizers keeps to the original sound and tone ofContinue reading “An Analysis of “Jean Michel Jarre: Oxygene Live in your Living Room” (College 2013 – 2015)”
Similar to what we did with the film, but with a video game clip…
Something from my years studying music technology, we had to score and do sound effects for a film clip… Afterwards we had to talk a bit about our clip and the sounds effects we used… Which instruments have you used to create your music soundtrack? ESX24 – Piano, Orchestral Percussion, Analog Synth BassContinue reading “Sound for Moving Image (College 2013 – 2015)”