New video from The Isan Workshop – a conversation in 3/4 time between two synths with a 40 year age difference and some information regarding dragonflies. Who else would bring you this?
In the the second film on our YouTube channel Antony explores tape loops, Debussy and the importance of environment and chance occurrences.
Have a look, tell us what you think. Thanks!
We’ve started a new YouTube Channel to show our workings out for Isan and some of the things that inspire us. In the first video, Robin shares an exploration of his new Arturia MicroFreak, plus our fondness for the MakeNoise 0-Coast and herons.
If you like the sound of that, we’d love to invite you to subscribe to our channel. Enjoy!
A little something for your ears, and a little insight into the process behind Antony’s Mugwood remixes:
“I did a pan-global remix for Unit7Noise/F.A.D. in Australia – have a listen if you are inclined to hear a blanket of radio static over your music. Made by broadcasting the source material via a mini-FM radio transmitter, and then recorded and overdubbed using my OP-1’s FM radio [because those are the (self-imposed) rules]”
Antony has done a remix for our old pal Michael Upton, better known as Jet Jaguar. As ever on his (frustratingly rare) solo output Antony has crafted the kind of turbulence that washes you out to the edge of your comfort zone then slowly carries you back ashore to deposit you gently back on the shore, slightly bewildered but keen to go back for another try.
I strongly urge you to check this out.