(14 replies, posted in Other Hardware)

Love the original, love this. Great stuff.

(By coincidence, I was thinking the other day that you could do a mean cover of Reich's drumming where all the drum hits are sliced from classic/iconic/cliched breakbeats such as the amen and programmed in Milkytracker. Happy for someone else to do the hard work though!!)


(21 replies, posted in LittleGPTracker)

Are there any big pros/cons to using a USB stuck on the Caanoo over SD?

The idea of having a single stick that I can use to Pig on my Mac + on my portable is very attractive... I feel like half my time is spent syncing sample libraries.


(21 replies, posted in LittleGPTracker)

That is a bloody good idea. *ponders*

Did we ever find out AlbinoGhostMonkey's whereabouts?


(41 replies, posted in Software & Plug-ins)

Bought this yesterday. Not gone too deep with it yet, but at first glance I can see myself using this a LOT. Loads of options and can be pleasingly subtle - most crushers I've used go WAY over the top in obliterating everything, whereas this is much more musical. Excellent stuff.


(16 replies, posted in Other Vintage Computers & Consoles)

I tried and tried with PSPSeq. It has an INCREDIBLE synth engine, in the pre-iOS days probably the best on any mobile platform. But the sequencer is a bloody nightmare. All those gorgeous sounds, and a total headache to do anything interesting with them.


(615 replies, posted in Releases)

This by me: https://soundcloud.com/cheapbeatsmusic/ … -theory-ep

Coming soon via the marvellous guys at Cheapbeats.

Christ, those bass tones are WET. Absolutely lovely stuff. *hopes patiently for Mac port*


(15 replies, posted in Past Events)

Really excited for this!


(17 replies, posted in Releases)

Bought. This is absolutely gorgeous.


(28 replies, posted in General Discussion)

I quite like this. Got a Bizarre Love Triangle thing going on which is always nice.

Seeing them in London in May...


(60 replies, posted in Releases)

poke-1,170 wrote:

crucnh, haven't heard of them. Should look that up smile was also a big fan of arovane, too bad the guy quit.


Apologies for further derailing your thread. Still listening to Virtigo almost daily, BTW. It's wonderful.


(60 replies, posted in Releases)

I rather like the previews of Exai, sounds a little more in keeping with the earlier stuff (which I *adore*).

Was also a big fan of Crunch back in the day, whose take on this sort of sound was a little more overtly melodic. Their first album was terrific.


(60 replies, posted in Releases)

Bumping this again just because I can't stop listening to this. Comfortably the best thing the chipscene ** has thrown up so far this decade, and deserving of a much wider audience.

** or whatever your preferred term


(60 replies, posted in Releases)

Bloody hell, this is astonishing. (And really making me feel hopelessly inadequate about everything I'm working on myself at the minute.)

TONIGHT!! Do come along.