I recorded this rendition of Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata using only patches from my patch bank for the MicroKORG XL, with a nod to Wendy Carlos’s pioneering early synthesizer albums such as Switched-On Bach, the Clockwork Orange OST, The Well-Tempered Synthesizer.
I’ll be updating the website soon with a proper “portfolio” section to show off my various creative endeavours, but in the meantime I thought I’d post a few of the most recent music videos I’ve created:
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Ebay vs. Craigslist vs. Reverb.com
Throughout the years I’ve done a bunch of buying and selling musical instruments online. Buying is easy — you can just compare different sites to find the best price — but where is the best place to sell musical gear online?
KORG’s MicroKORG Sound Editor is free software for transferring presets (patches) back and forth between your computer and your MicroKORG via MIDI, as well as for editing those patches. The software is clunky, and not at all self-explanatory.
A few people who have bought my original patches for the MicroKORG have run into trouble loading them into their synth. From my experience, these are a few of the common problems people run into. Hopefully this information will be helpful to others as well.
So if you’re stuck, here are some things to check. Continue reading
Thoracius Appotite? Why? What’s it mean? Continue reading
Welcome! I’m rolling out this new website incrementally and will probably be changing things around quite a bit as I figure out how to best present everything. Continue reading