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Reason Workshops Registration

Saturday, April 8th, 2006

Recombinant Media Labs now has registration set up for the Reason Workshops on April 29 and April 30.
http://www.recombinantmedia.net/workshop/
and if you’re not busy next weekend… the legendary Curtis Roads will be performing at the labs.

RML Reason Workshops April 29 & 30 in SF

Tuesday, March 21st, 2006

Here are more details about the upcoming Reason workshops. Registration isn’t quite ready. Either contact me or RML directly at the email/phone number below.
Recombinant Media Labs in San Francisco, CA will be offering two workshops on Propellerhead Software Reason 3.0, presented by G.W. Childs and Kurt Kurasaki. The courses are structured for […]

Computer Music Reason Combinator Tutorial

Tuesday, March 14th, 2006

I just finished up a selection of combinators for an upcoming article in Computer Music Magazine. The article isn’t a tutorial, but more or less a feature that describes several patching configurations, the device chain(s), and explanation of controls. The combi patches include an expanded Matrix Triggered Dr.REX players, a Pattern Filter, a […]

Peff isn’t my Middle Name…

Tuesday, March 7th, 2006

My friend, John Hinson, has developed a new solid state amplification circuit that he has dubbed the “Shoichi” – my Japanese Middle Name. I haven’t heard it yet, but he says that it sound remarkably like tubes. This is a unique honor, and who knows…someday there will be Shoichi Amps driving world class […]

Recombinant Media Labs Workshops

Friday, March 3rd, 2006

Well, I have a bit of interesting news. Today, I was up at the new Recombinant Media Labs in San Francisco’s SOMA district. This is unique performance space with a 16 channel surround sound system along with a 10 projector video system that spans 360° around the entire room. Sorry, I forgot […]

XySpace Combinator Patch

Tuesday, February 28th, 2006

XySpace is pseudo stereo spatialization combinator patch. It’s designed is to take a mono signal and position the sound around a virtual stereo room environment. A standard pan control positions the sound between the left and right channels, while a front-rear fader controls the distance away from the listener’s position.
The patch […]

Cirobiq & Random Reasons MP3s

Sunday, January 15th, 2006

I have these two MP3 files online for a few weeks, but haven’t had the chance to explain what these tracks are all about. Cirobiq is something that took me months to work on. I started working on it while writing back in July 2005. I had the idea of coming up […]