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Tapegerm-Based Creations And Other Spookie Sonics. Trick, Treat, Direful Drones. Goff III Manipulates Jack Hertz And More. There's a sonic criminal ready to steal your sanity at this site. Travel at your own risk. Click The Spinning Tire Below To Roll...
New Basement Of Extra Power Album Just Posted Online
It's a trio (Goff, LaGrega, McGinty) It's Space, Jazz, Music Concrete, Loops…
Click the link below to listen if curious…
We will be playing our first ever public performance at the KCEM Festival, 8 PM Central Daylight Time, Friday, July 18th (1:00 AM Coordinated Universal Time, Saturday, July 19th). This performance is likely to be broadcast live here:
Electro Music Radio
Heartening it is to find Tapegerm resurrected. As for me, I am preparing material for an album with Zeebra Mann. Out of 'germ orbit I am releasing an album in the autumn made with Robert Coyne (son of Kevin, for Anglophiles...), completing work on Exedra material, and resuming with Don Tyler on SoftWorld.
This looks like a cool instrument for Live. Pulsor is a Max for Live virtual instrument. It is essentially a monophonic synth that produces glitching/pulsing sounds and complex rhythmic soundscapes thanks to its odd circuitry. It can also create evolving lead synth sounds, monophonic bass timbres and many other unexpected noises.
Visit Amazing Noises for more information.
Tapegerm is a place for recording artists to share sounds and create new sonic worlds. It is a close-knit community and we welcome evolving ideas, exploring new ways to collaborate. Tapegerm was formed in May 2000 and after fourteen years of online collaboration, resulting in over 100 albums of music we decided to start fresh July 4, 2014. It was time for a revolution.
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