Archive for April, 2004

CM Interactive Reason Article

Thursday, April 22nd, 2004

TXT:: I just finished up an article for Computer Music mag for the CM Interactive reader questions on Reason. This is one of two projects Ronan has requested from me, which should be appearing in the coming months. He sprung this one on me last week while I was in the middle of writing another […]


Saturday, April 17th, 2004

TXT:: So, I went to the Squarepusher show last night at the Avalon Ballroom in SF. I was somewhat hesitant about going after hearing mixed opinions about live squarepusher performances, but I’m really glad I did. I arrived a bit way too early and ran into Rich and Carson, who helped with the sample production […]


Monday, April 12th, 2004

TXT:: I dropped by 111 Minna Gallery to meet up with Blake, a.k.a. Techture, a fellow Reason user who puts on a live show and DJ sets every 2nd Tuesday. Coincidentally, I ran into an old internet aquaintance, Ben who is a close friend of Emmet, the man who hosts this website. Yes, the world […]

No Shame

Tuesday, April 6th, 2004

TXT:: I’ve been commissioned to work on a new project, so my current projects will probably held back for another month. I’ll probably take a break and relax by finishing up the ReFills. I’m working on another beginners guide to Reason. I’ll post up more details when they come available.
I received an email today from […]

Analog Days

Friday, April 2nd, 2004

TXT:: I’ve been Reading Analog Days by Trevor Pinch and Frank Trocco (Harvard University Press). It’s a fascinating book about the history and development and cultural impact of the Analog Synthesizers of Buchla and Moog. The interviews and anecdotes are informative and quite funny; I especially enjoyed the story of Bob Moog trying to find […]