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Posts from March 2014

Here is a cool brand new collaborative release called Immeasurable by two great electro-music artists and friends onewayness (Adam Holquist) and dRachEmUsiK (Charles Shriner). Immeasureable by onewayness & dRachEmUsiK You can listen/buy the album from Bandcamp Im measurable is the second full-length collaboration from onewayness (Adam Holquist / Erie,... Read more →

Last Friday was such a great day! I not only released my album Fear Cannot Save Us, but Darwin Grosse stopped by to interview me for his podcast Art + Music + Technology. I’m such a huge fan of the podcast so it was an incredible honor to be interviewed.... Read more →

I used the heck out of Absynth in my new album. There are some hidden gems in it’s deep feature set. Here is one of may inspiring videos by on a feature you might have missed - sample jump mode. Did you know about the sample jump function?... Read more →

If you live in the Denver/Boulder area, or will be visiting on a 2nd Tuesday, swing by the Boulder Synthesizer Meetup ( I’ve been hosting the event for almost 2 years and we have a different theme each month. Our recent meetup in March was a Polyphonic Petting Zoo. Check... Read more →

I’m very happy to announce my new album Fear Cannot Save Us is now available on Bandcamp. It will be available on other outlets soon, but bandcamp edition is the best value and also contains a 10 page digital booklet with liner notes and photos. Here is the link Read more →

Native Instruments is offering 8 synths half-off till March 17th including my desert island synth Absynth 5! Turn your studio into a sonic playground with eight top-selling synths. Get huge basses and leads with MASSIVE and MONARK. Step into the future with RAZOR and FM8. REAKTOR SPARK and REAKTOR PRISM... Read more →

I just got back from seeing Tim’s Vermeer. It’s a documentary by Penn & Teller about… Tim Jenison, a Texas based inventor (Inventor of Video Toaster, LightWave, TriCaster), attempts to solve one of the greatest mysteries in all art: How did 17th century Dutch Master Johannes Vermeer ("Girl with a... Read more →

The Royal Academy of Art has created some thing called Space Replay which is… A hovering object that explores and manipulates transitional public spaces with particular acoustic properties. By constantly recording and replaying these ambient sounds, the levitating sphere produces a delayed echo of human activity. Here is a cool... Read more →

I just bumped into the trailer for Terry Gilliam’s (Brazil, Twelve Monkeys, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus) latest film The Zero Theorem - Official Trailer (2014) HD. Checkout the official web site for a list of worldwide release dates The original Motion Picture... Read more →

New Music: - "Terrestrial" Now Available

Friend, fellow Denver area artist, and Ableton guru Chase Dobson (aka has released a new collection of compilation appearances, collaborations, remixes, B-Sides and unreleased material called Terrestrial. The album is now available digitally and exclusively via Terrestrial is a remastered collection of rare material spanning 2008 to the... Read more →