Pocket Computer is improvisational electronic music performed live on eurorack modular synthesizers.
Pocket Computer is Cube S. Lithely and Clark S. Nova.
Waveform City is a podcast about synthesizer makers and users. They recently interviewed me about my experiences with synthesizers and sound design.
I recently picked up a few new eurorack modules and one of them (the Doepfer A-149-1) was too deep for my briefcase.
I needed a case to house it in, so I went to the thrift store today armed with measurements for a potential box. Incredibly, I found a perfect candidate for $5. I removed the lid, drilled a few holes and was done.
I couldn’t stop working on it and added some feet, a handle, and some blank panels.
I busted out the dremel, cut down the spacers, and added the Make Noise Teleplexer and Mutable Instruments Braids for a fun little system. Also some Noise Engineering prototypes in there.
Eurorack modular synthesizer and field recordings.
Rocks in Death Valley, CA
Siamangs at the Los Angeles Zoo
Children in Sapa, Vietnam
Train in Vietnam (Hanoi to Lao Cai)
Frogs in Rio de Los Angeles State Park
Ucreate and modular synthesizer, caffeinated vocals, bass guitar, snare drum, Manetron MKII, Curtis, electric guitar and tambourine.