I spent the last couple of days up in SF again. Tortoise was in town for two performances at Bimbo’s 365 Club. I went to both shows, but the second seemed better since the guys had a day to rest and relax. It was a little strange since I normally hang out with my friend […]
TXT:: Last Tuesday, I went over to 111 Minna St. Gallery in SF to check out Techture’s Laptop Performance with Reason. I dropped by a month ago to check things out, but I had to leave early and missed the show. The extended happy hour lounge performances occur every 2nd Tuesday, so I promised to […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Reason:: I’ve added a few files to the Reason Archive as well as the Subscriber’s Archive. First is the revised version of Archer. This one has a few of the loops removed because of copyright issues with the publishers. The other is a little experiment with the subtractor. I basically recorded all the knob tweaks […]
Well, I’ve been busted… I received an E-mail from Eric Persing at Spectrasonics asking me to remove the Archer24Public.RPS file from the web because using a ReCycle’d drum loop from the Retro Funk sample Library is a violation of their licensing policy. I mentioned this might occur in the last newsletter, and it took all […]