Martin Dust wrote:This week, mostly tBd's new album
... tBD's *new* new album? (ie: not RS?)
... excellent news!
can we ask questions like 'is it completely finished?' or 'when is it due out?' or 'how much for an advance copy?'
taoyoyo wrote:3 months of mixing? Crikey, that's a bit Peter Gabriel!
Seriously, good luck... where are you mixing? (and don't say Real World!)
Martin Dust wrote:All about the detail, and we'd spend more time doing if we had it All the mixing is done in our new Sheffield studio.
taoyoyo wrote:I'm all for pix of the new studio if you're up for it?!
Martin Dust wrote:taoyoyo wrote:I'm all for pix of the new studio if you're up for it?!
Not keen, Computer Music wanted to film last month, with us doing some kind of lessons but we turned it down as it's just not interesting enough, kinda reminds me of clubbing photo's - when you've seen one fluffy bra you've seen them all.
paul wrote:Any chance of playing live dooowwwn South before the end of 08 or even start 09?
taoyoyo wrote:... fair enough. i'm just a
Martin Dust wrote:paul wrote:Any chance of playing live dooowwwn South before the end of 08 or even start 09?
I don't think so, we are turning stuff down to finish mixing at the moment but you never know
The "Variations for a door" is a set of 25 variations describing various moods and emotions using mainly only the effect of a door creaking. The sounds are all manipulated using magnetic tape editing and speed manipulations. The work is a brilliant piece of sound engineering, but you will have to be a "music concrete" boffin to be able to appreciate it.
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest