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i had my friend and band-comrade thorbjørn over for a look and jam today. thorbjørn is a very skilled piano player, and it was a joy to see him perform on the stylephone.


and in the following video thorbjørn unleashes some of the more noisy frequency modulation tricks the platform performs, before going into a heartbreaking little ditty


in the end i pulled out an electribe drummachine i had lying around, and we put the synth trough the audio gate of the electribe. trigging some more noisy sounds in rhytmical patterns was real fun, and it makes we want to implement a gate sequencer to the platform


the video clip is quite long, and starts really chaotically. so be patient for the goodies. or fast forward

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5 Comments

  1. That might be the funkiest instrument I have ever performs Tchaikovskij’s

  2. That might be the funkiest instrument I’ve ever used for playing Tchaikovsky’s “dance of small swans” :)

  3. i hope your band will be performing a song at your exam

    • yes, we are definitely planning to do that! :D maybe with some gameboys too…

  4. helt sikkert!
    Fed jam.


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