Lost Music: Bloody Bark

Found another track — this one definitely influenced from a lot of listening to Barkmarket (hence the goofy demo title).  Once again the fabulous Phil Puleo on drums (Cop Shoot Cop, Swans), me on everything else.  This being the house in Rutherford I rented on my own, I remember running the snake from the living…

Fakin’ It

Found this track recently while digging around backup dvds of old projects.  Not sure what this was for but I remember winging it for the most part (and there’s certainly some flubs in there).  For some reason bits of it reminds me of Coil.

 

Neptune’s Fields: Wax

Recorded back in 1991-ish on my Fostex 1/4″ reel — the drums, mic’d with plastic Radioshack mics, and bounced down to stereo (while in the room with the drums), stereo bounce down of some bass/guitar combo, single harmoica track, 2 single guitar noodlings, and the main vox by Tom was recorded tiny and thin.. so…

Scratching Augmented Reality

I caught this post over on Peter Kirn’s Create Digital Music that shows another example of Augmented Reality being used in an extremely cool way.  Todd Vanderlin updates us on his little virtual dj projects and demonstrates how he’s using augmented reality for his scratching.  Now the only scratching I know would usually entail some…

iPhone Live and Screenflow

I finally got akaRemote installed and launching properly on my iPhone (copy to the iPhone via AFP, then chmod -R 777 *), and, using artificialeyes.tv on my MacBookPro as translation to Ableton Live, I threw together this little screencast: This is also using the fantastically new ScreenFlow which allows you to have two video sources…