Here’s some news from my Quantazelle production product. I’ve got two new tracks to share with you, “Quantum Gazele”and a cover ofBeyonce’s”Halo” .I’ve also released a bunch of my samples as a free download, and I’m holding a remix contest with prizes. I hope you download it and play around with the weird sounds I’ve made, and I look forward to hearing what you’ve made. And if you’ve been link-clicking you might have noticed I have a new website.I’ve also got some posters and t-shirts for sale if you want to go check them out. Thanks for your support! Enjoy, Liz
Check out another fun flash audio toy from Hobnox, the creators of the Audiotool (that I’ve written about before) called Nudge. The above is my little creation. (You have to hit the triangle at the bottom right 2x to turn off playback) Nudge is a virtual-instrument widget designed for self-expressive online music making & sharing. It’s fun and simple to use and you don’t need to know a single thing about producing music to make your own individual songs in minutes! Brought to you by the developers of the Audiotool, nudge is yet another example of the pioneering work of the team dedicated to creating the best online music production tools. Joshua Schnable have me the heads up and he did his own remix:
Subvariant viral video of a very funny webcam dancer wearing a scarf and doing his best two step. You can dance if you want to, but leave your scarf alone.
Here is a set I played of all original Quantazelle tracks, most of them unreleased. Enjoy! Quantazelle Live at Subterranean
Dark and pounding techno alternates with moments of respite through softer, more melodic tracks in this compilation from the Sheffield, UK-based Dust Science run by Black Dog. Anthony Child, also known as Surgeon, kicks off the album with the dark, ambient, ring-modulated track, “You Know I love You,” and Detroit Rocket Science eases into the beatier tracks on the rest of the album with its downtempo thumper, “Babymaker.” Onmutu Mechanics combines the sensibilities of the two previous tracks with the ultra-dark contribution that would be perfect for an Evil Dead game soundtrack, “Ancient Rites.” In contrast, Quantazelle’s “Mental Zilch King” combines a pretty, if melancholy, melody played on synthesized bells with gritty, glitchy beats. DNCN take a grittier approach to minimal techno by combining microsampled vocals with an … Read More