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Industrial music masters, Kevin (Ogre) Ogilvie,Kevin (cEven Key) Crompton of Skinny Puppy, as well as a whole group of friends & fans recently came together for a new song /remix Cd of sorts! The Remix CD (a two CD set!) Is full of remixes of a new track by Ogre's solo project ohGr! The Track is called "Collidoscope". Recently I got the chance to talk with cEven Key,the long time keyboardist/programer & some times percussionist for Skinny Puppy,ohGr & many other Industrial projects! About the new track, a possible fallow up CD by one of the many groups he does stuff for & about new gear he's excited about! Here's a little of what he had to say: " I'm really looking forward to the new Korg Kaossillator!" "Pro that is! :)" cEven Key is touring in support of ohGr & his own solo project, cEven Key (& sometimes Scaremeister) & said it's very likely that ohGr & Skinny Puppy will have new stuff out soon! No date's on full length CDs yet,but the track "Collidoscope" is currently on Ogre's website at http://www.ohgr.orgIndustrial music masters, Kevin (Ogre) Ogilvie,Kevin (cEven Key) Crompton of Skinny... more
Dorian just released his debut album "When Planets Explode" and that's exactly the sound you'll get, the album is a solid thread, but surely not for the weakhearted (think Squarepusher, for instance).
Last summer I had the chance to sit down with Dorian and talk about his beloved Micro Korg and his youtube videos which put him on the map in 2007-2008, with BBC's Benji B playing his "The F*cking Formula" almost every week in his radio show.Dorian just released his debut album "When Planets Explode" and that's... more
Nintendo are certainly no strangers to seeing their consoles reinvented and fashioned into musical instruments,, from the SNES version of Mario Paint (which featured a composer function) to 'blipcore' made from sampling converted Game Boys.
So, they've obviously put two and two together, and have announced the company has linked with Korg, purveyors of electronic synths and general production lovliness, to create the DS-10 Synthesizer. A beat-making
Check what the UK press release had to say:
"As you compose, work your way around the synthesizer using the replication of the original KORG MS-10 interface spread across the duel screens of the Nintendo DS. Create the sound of your choice using the Touch Screen: through switching interruptors; modifying drumbeats by drawing marks; or editing the synthesizer tone colour by tweaking knobs and connecting patch cables between the jacks on the Synthesizer Patch Panel, With the ability to save up to 18 different sessions, continue to develop and build electro tunes over time and even connect to fellow musicians' consoles through the wireless connection function to work on a project together."
I'm tempted to get a DS just so I can make tunes on my way to work.
Nintendo are certainly no strangers to seeing their consoles reinvented and fashioned... more