A techno tune that came together between jam sessions with Draft34, preparation for our upcoming show, assignments, watching a documentary on Berlin techno, and so on. Might revisit it and make minor tweaks in the future, but for now, enjoy this 320 kbps download. It’s long and subtly evolving, just how techno should be.
one of the great advantages of producing on a PC is that one has access to shit-tons of free VSTs. Many of them are of course complete shit, but some are actually wonderful, unique, great-sounding devices. Then sometimes you find batshit crazy things like the Alien Artifact I came across once. And then you find the ugliest UI ever conceived, ever. pic related. This appalling saturator is offensive to the eye. Anyway, download a bunch of cool free VSTs here. I downloaded many of them, but have not yet gotten a chance to properly explore.
Draft34 & Rindigo - Night Stumblers
Something brought me back to this track recently. Nick and I worked on this in March, if I am not mistaken, and it was a really exciting and invigorating project for me. We had to coordinate and collaborate by sending things back and forth with mediafire between different timezones because Nick was studying abroad in London, and I was doing my intern-y duties during my semester away from school.
It’s a really lighthearted tune that reminds me of late-night bikerides and taking steps forward. . I do sincerely hope you enjoy this fat bass!
It’s raining surprisingly hard here southern California, hell, it’s even thundering! It’s making me miss Portland like crazy. I know Burial uses samples of rain, and Eskmo posted on his Facebook that he is recording the rain today too.
So I pulled my mic out and have been recording the rain…
(For the record, that’s an Audio-Technica AT2020)