Monthly Archives: March 2009

Ice Planet 2 (Dancing Under the Ice)

Number nine in the Omnisphere one-hour challenge, created January 3, 2009. (The first of two I did that day!) Ice Planet 2 (Dancing Under the Ice) [Audio clip: view full post to listen]  Patches used (in order of appearance) Window … Continue reading

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Metallurgy in the Morning

After a short break for a Christmas visit, I came back to the Omnisphere one-hour challenge on January 2, 2009, with the eighth piece in the series. Metallurgy in the Morning [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Patches used … Continue reading

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Fight or Flight

The Omnisphere one-hour challenge, part seven, composed December 23, 2008. Fight or Flight [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Patches used (in order of appearance) Scrap Rain Freezing the Bows (0:04) Sepulcher (0:07) Cathedral Pad (0:16) It’s 1978 Again … Continue reading

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Peace

Number six in the Omnisphere one-hour challenge. Peace [Audio clip: view full post to listen] December 22, 2008 Patches used (in order of appearance) Ponderosa Prophet Love Signs and Triangles (the “echo” beginning at approx. 0:07) Pipe Harp 1 (should … Continue reading

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Ash and Stone

The fifth entry in the Omnisphere one-hour challenge. Ash and Stone [Audio clip: view full post to listen] December 19, 2008 Patches used (in order of appearance) Rusting Cluster Pad (at the beginning, also the arpeggiated figure at 1:03) Ashes … Continue reading

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Ice Planet

The Omnisphere one-hour challenge, number four. Ice Planet [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Recorded December 16, 2008  Patches used (in order of appearance) Winds of Change Crystalline Bath (drone at 0:01, also organ-like chords at 0:31) Florescent Chimes … Continue reading

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Apparition

Number three in the Omnisphere one-hour challenge hit parade! Apparition [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Recorded December 13, 2008. Patches used (in order of appearance) Lamenting Apparitions 1 Prepared Saz (sitar-like sound, first heard at 0:13) Return of … Continue reading

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Trance Mission

The second entry in the Omnisphere one-hour challenge. Something a little different: Trance Mission [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Created December 2, 2008. Patches used (in order of appearance) Growler Moog Bass Deduks in Mourning Transmission Hihat open … Continue reading

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Twilight

The first piece in the Omnisphere one-hour challenge. Give a listen: Twilight [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Created November 22, 2008.  Patches used (in order of appearance) Piano Morphing Twilight Passing (0:06) Buenos Aires in Reverse 1 (0:07) … Continue reading

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The Rules

Here are the rules I created for the Omnisphere one-hour challenge. (I’ll admit, I don’t always follow them to the letter, but hey, my game, my rules, right?)  1. Create a project in your DAW consisting of eight MIDI tracks … Continue reading

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I have uploaded audio from my recital of last January. Listen here.

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A new look

For a while I’ve been looking for a good theme for this site. In my searches, I came across Artisteer, a program for people like me who have no idea what they’re doing, but want some control over the appearance … Continue reading

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