Posted on Thursday 2nd of May 2013 at 22:52 by David
So we’ve got a couple of things to celebrate today.
1) It’s the 2nd of May which means that your tax report have to be sent in today (if you’re in Sweden). I finished mine a week ago or so and I’m hopefully getting some money back.
2) My Modular case finally arrived and I’ve mounted all my modules in it as well.
3) Patrik has sent me a short piece of music which is definitely worth to keep working on. It will be categorised under our Nachmahd project and we’ve got a vocalist who we hope can sing on the finished track.
4) Today is Day #100 in the #blogg100 challenge. I have now written 100 posts in consecutive 100 days. That’s worth celebrating, isn’t it? I’m not sure every post have been that great in the context of substance but still. I’ll keep the blog alive, but I will slow down and not blog everyday from now on. I think that might bring more substance since I think some of the posts (or a lot of them) have been a bit rushed.
Posted on Tuesday 30th of April 2013 at 23:22 by David
My heroes are back.
While Elysium is being an album I’d rather forget, and will just put in the archive, their upcoming album Electric sounds really promising.
Their track Axis it heavily scented with Italo Disco.
You can listen to Axis here;
The track is lacking a full vocal track, but I hope the rest of the album still sounds like this. Because even though it’s full of 1980′s it still sounds fresh. Stuart Price has done a great job on this one. The bell melody towards the end of the track is just beautiful.
The album will comprise 9 songs and with a total length of 50 minutes they’re averaging in at over 5 minutes each. Doesn’t sound like radio pop format to me – and I love it!
I think mindXpander should be invited to remix the track, don’t you?
It’s a simple module with multiple out’s so you can send a signal multiple destinations. It’s actually a passive module since Make Noise claims that it doesn’t need to be buffered.
Here’s what Make Noise has to say about the module themselves;
The Multiple is a simple but important module that allows for sending a signal to multiple destinations. Within the Make Noise system the Multiple may also be used for combining clock, gate and pulse signals together to create interesting timing sources (in other words, it acts as a Gate combiner aka logic OR circuit). It has 9 inter-connected sockets that may be split into different group combinations depending upon how it is patched. The jacks circled in white will make or break the interconnects between the 3 groups of three, thus allowing for three 3-way, one 5-way/ one 3-way or one 7-way multiple. The Multiple is passive, because the Make Noise system does not require Buffered Multiples since all critical control signals are already buffered in such a way as to provide a large fan-out capability.
It can be configured as 3×3, 1×5 and 1×3 or as 1×7. And it’s black!