Recorded Dec 2009 at the CEM studio in WORM, Rotterdam NL with their Serge modular and ARP2500 synthesizers, my own pedals and a nice big mixing console. Edited in Ardour. An early sketch, which may be returned to at a later date.
Andre Goncalvez [PT]
Derek Holzer [USA/DE]
Koray Tahiroglu [TU/FI]
Kyd Campbell [CAN/DE]
DJ Toni Dimitrov/Every Kid on Speed[MK]
Looking forward to the chance to do another chaotic synth-controlled strobe piece here. Thanks to Kyd for hooking the whole deal up!
g.i. gurdjieff-meetings with remarkable men book 
starkweather-this sheltering night[2010 deathwish inc]
thrones-late for dinner 7″[2010 conspiracy]
Matt Kemp was in my Neanderthal Electronics workshop at WORM in Rotterdam last summer, and worked on one of the most original case/interface designs of the whole thing. Inspired by Eric Archer’s Sound Cameras and a Nizo Super 8 camera found at the flea market, Matt got busy making a light-controlled sound machine. Matt writes:
It has a few simple analogue circuits including two oscillators, a high pass filter and a band switch, mounted where the original camera controls were. There’s also a light sensitive resistor mounted behind the lens, so the sound changes as you move the camera or zoom into objects. I just have to make a replacement nameplate for it now, I’m thinking Noizo 801..
Thanks for posting this Matt!
francisco lópez-machines[2010 experimedia]
pussygutt-gathering strengths[2010 olde english spelling bee]
yellow swans-going places[2010 type]
zbigniew karkowski-choice of points for the application of force[2000 ytterbium]
Ardour is a full-featured, free and open-source hard disk recorder and digital audio workstation program suitable for professional use. It features unlimited audio tracks and buses, non-destructive, non-linear editing with unlimited undo, and anything-to-anywhere signal routing. It supports standard file formats, such as BWF, WAV, WAV64, AIFF and CAF, and it can use LADSPA, LV2, VST and AudioUnit plugin formats.
The “Introduction to Ardour” FLOSS Manual is a free (gratis/libre) tutorial-style book, which introduces the program without expecting a vast knowledge of computers or sound editing from the reader.
This FLOSS Manual can be read online at:
The Ardour FLOSS Manual was largely written by workshop participants learning the software themselves, over a one week period during a session led by Derek Holzer at the moddr_lab/WORM in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
Non-profit, print-on-demand paper copies can be ordered from Lulu.com soon. Please check back with the main FLOSS Manuals page in several days for ordering information:
The manual is free to use, distribute and remix according to the GNU General Public License. FLOSS Manuals volunteers are currently working on French and Portuguese translations, and anyone is free to add contributions and edits for future versions of the manual at
Thanks to Adam Hyde, Walter Langelaar, the workshop participants in Rotterdam as well as those who helped online from the FLOSS Manuals, Ardour and Linux Audio communities, and to all the folks at the moddr_lab and WORM!
bone awl-live KFJC
ernest hemmingway-for whom the bell tolls [book]
expo 70-psychic funeral 2×3″cdr[2009 ruralfauna]
francisco lópez-buildings (new york)[2001 v2_archief]
iannis xenakis-formalized music [book]
isis + circle-live at postbahnhof last monday (isis encore with circle vocalist!)
krallice-dimensional bleedthrough[2009 profound lore]
liturgy-renihilation[2009 20 buck spin]
merzbow-shirasagi (13 japanese birds part 11)[2009 important]
sylvester anfang II-untitled 3″cdr[2009 luchtrat]
takahashi chikuzan-no shinzui (shamisen improvisations from 1970s)
trevor wishart-on sonic art [1996 book]