Tuesday June 11th 2013
A brand new slideshow of six pictures has been added to the Photography section of the site.
Saturday December 1st 2012
The new six track split EP with Beatslaughter, Salvage Works, has been released for free download and streaming.
New Beatslaughter EP
Tuesday September 18th 2012
Fellow Renoise user and musical collaborator, Beatslaughter has just had his new Serenity EP released on net-label Phonocake. It features abstract but compelling melodies, intelligent beats and is backed by a wealth of ambient sounds.
Monday August 20th 2012
A brand new set of 12 photos, which were taken earlier this year, have been added to the Photography section of the site.
New Site Is Up
Tuesday August 14th 2012
The latest version of the website in now online, featuring a completely new design. A lot of time was spent streamlining things so that it will be even easier to add new content in future.
All music related content has been moved over from Earthen Records, which is now offline as it’s redundant. Sales are now handled by the excellent Bandcamp, and the prices for both digital downloads and CDs have been reduced. The material is still available on iTunes and Amazon, though.
More Wildlife Park Pics
Thursday May 31st 2012
After another trip to the Highland Wildlife Park, 5 new photos have been added to the previous slideshow.
Renoise Beginner’s Tutorial
Friday April 27th 2012
The official Renoise Beginner’s Tutorial, now updated and extended for version 2.8. You’re introduced to the absolute basics and then guided through the essential features needed to create a song.
A New Song’s Progress 3
Wednesday March 14th 2012
Making the multi-band mastering process native, which opens up opportunities for frequency band effects on the whole song.
A New Song’s Progress 2
Thursday March 8th 2012
Drums and how they represent an overall change in approach to creating the music.
A New Song’s Progress
Wednesday February 29th 2012
Like the previous EP, I’ll be documenting the process of the new release with videos as I go along, though this time more frequently and broader in content. First up, some background details and creating a bass instrument.