Here’s some generic electronic stuff — it’s listenable enough but it’s hardly exciting. I had fun making it though, because it was recorded live in a single take. The other week I watched Moog, a documentary about the humble engineer that changed the face of music, and his remarks about music becoming an increasingly solo, recorded affair got me thinking about the idea of performing, rather than producing, music.
This, then, is a combination of some pre-programmed loops and some live performance, choreographed live using seq24, a simple sequencer that’s designed for live use, much like a hardware sequencer or drum machine.
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