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New music video for Pega Loca

Last april I shot a music video with Dutch acoustic band Pega Loca. Today they launched their website. Check them out at www.pegaloca.nl! This is the video I shot for […]

Welcome Home – music video for Pega Loca

Last Wednesday I shot a music video with the Dutch band Pega Loca. This is the second music video I shot with Eric van de Kerkhof, who started Pega Loca. […]

New cabinets for 5U modular synth

Inevitability I have been building a lot of Buchla stuff last couple of years but I also built a few 5U modules. As my 5U modular cabinet was pretty much […]

Reviving a silent Korg DW8000 synthesizer

A lucky find Some time ago I bought a Yamaha EX-5 on eBay. As it was located close by I drove there to pick it up myself. While talking to […]

Custom cabinet for Buchla Easel

Buchla Easel analogue synthesizer clone I have been working on finishing my Buchla Easel analogue modular synth the last couple of months. That included designing a custom cabinet to house […]

Don Buchla Documentary on Kickstarter – 10 Days To Go

Clarity Films Producer/director Connie Field and editor Gregory Sharpen of Clarity Films are working on a documentary about the synth legend Don Buchla. They started a Kickstarter project to raise the funds […]

Getting Old Cubase Files From Atari ST To PC

I posted an article about this a little while ago and have since found a solution to get my old files into my current version of Cubase which is running on my […]

What Happened To Your Dreams?

Jeremiah McDonald made a very amusing and touching video where he talks to his 12 year old self. While talking to his younger self he discovers his childhood dreams again […]

cjLIVE with Zoë Keating

Chase Jarvis had cellist Zoë Keating on his cjLIVE show last week. I had never heard of her before but was impressed by her remarkable live performance on the show. […]

Cubase 2.0 on Atari ST

Cubase: Atari ST and PC

Today I converted my old Atari ST disks to PC formatted disks that I could read on my PC. On the Atari disks were old Cubase 2.0 files of tracks […]