Cunt

ASR10 - Warmth &Nuance
TTM56/ASR10/MICRO BOSS BR/AUDITION
Mixed with just laptop and mixer..
Deep-gritty, detroit-style, mostly instrumentals..
Sexy sound yes? .creme texturey.
No tracklisting yet!!!:(too-lazy

toomuchcollective:

For the next Too Much! Podcast we have Melbourne DJ & Producer Inkswel!  He has given us a vinyl only, one take recording using 2 turntables, an oscillator and a delay pedal. Late 80s grooves, drum machine madness and modern deep house jams. 
Too Much! Podcast 006 : Inkswel
Soundcloud
Itunes : coming
1. Blue moderne - through the night (dub)2. Basic soul unit - yellow river3. Steve poindexter - betsy smith4. Marcelo napoletano - jazz del sotopassagio 5. Fudge fingas - singularity6. Newcleus - automan (dub)7. Theo Parrish - chemistry8. Gayle Adams - love fever9. Fudge fingas - what works10. Davinity - fish nets11. Gifted and blessed - the xpander 
Inkswel Links : Facebook / Soundcloud / Discogs

toomuchcollective:

For the next Too Much! Podcast we have Melbourne DJ & Producer Inkswel!  He has given us a vinyl only, one take recording using 2 turntables, an oscillator and a delay pedal. Late 80s grooves, drum machine madness and modern deep house jams. 

Too Much! Podcast 006 : Inkswel

Soundcloud

Itunes : coming

1. Blue moderne - through the night (dub)
2. Basic soul unit - yellow river
3. Steve poindexter - betsy smith
4. Marcelo napoletano - jazz del sotopassagio 
5. Fudge fingas - singularity
6. Newcleus - automan (dub)
7. Theo Parrish - chemistry
8. Gayle Adams - love fever
9. Fudge fingas - what works
10. Davinity - fish nets
11. Gifted and blessed - the xpander 

Inkswel Links : Facebook / Soundcloud / Discogs

(Source: toomuchcollective)

designcloud:

The Anti-Precious Moment by John von Bergen 

275 x 120 x 245 cm (108” x 47” x 96”)
MDF, polymer-gypsum, plexiglas, flocking, wall paint
2001
Installation at Silverstein Gallery, New York

prostheticknowledge:

Water and Sound Visual Trick 

Amazing visual trick with running water, a speaker, and a camera to make water seem it is fixed in air. Water travels through a tube past a speaker playing a sine wave. When the camera shutter speed and sine wave pattern match up, the results are … well, you’ll see …

This video was created by , but a similar experiment was also put together by , who gave this explanation:

This is really simple but has such an awesome effect. Fill a bucket full of water and place it about 5 feet off the ground. Place a subwoofer about 1 foot lower than the bucket. Run a plastic tube from the top bucket down in front of the subwoofer. Tape the tube to the front of the speaker. Then aim the end of the tube to an empty bucket on the floor. Get the water flowing from the top bucket. Now just generate a 24 hz sine wave and set your camera to 24 fps and watch the magic happen. Basically your cameras frame rate is synced up with the rate of the vibrations of the water so it appears to be frozen or still. Now if you play a 23 hz sine wave your frame rate will be off just a little compared to the sine wave causing the water to “move backward” or so as it appears. You can play a 25 hz sine wave and cause the water to move slowly foward.

prostheticknowledge:

Ceefax: A love letter 

In the UK, the analog television signal was turned off, with it ending a pre-internet electronic information service.

Above is part of a short essay by Matthew Engel on the BBC News Magazine website, reflecting on the information service which many in the UK became familiar with over the last 38 years.

You can read the whole thing here