Did post about this abum but now it got a nice little review by the Cheap Bit Sid website.
To read it go here:
Interesting album made using Nanoloop and here is what the artist says on his Bandcamp site:
Gesceap uses Nanoloop on iOS and Android devices to create a mix of electronic music styles focusing on deep bass and eclectic beats. Rhythmatic elements come from ambient noises, voices and well-known breaks while all melodic portions are generated by the app's soft synths.
Tunes are well developed for live mixing which can be seen on YouTube, while the source .nan files can be downloaded and dissected from GitHub.
released May 4, 2018
The man behind this album have released a decent amount of music on I think two labels. Using D.N.P as a name. The things released earlier have mostly been dark ambient music and some experiments like using just samples from the original DOOM game, some of it I like a lot and recommend that anyone into the darker side of things search it out.
In either case now D.N.P is spreading the wings to include Dub music under the name Dub Not Pop (Shortened D.N.P as well) which was unexpected.
Reading about it was expecting something Dub influenced and more in line with earlier productions but got surprised when listening and the sounds were traditional taking its cue from the seventies/eighties. Bigger surprise yet was that outside of mixing it was made using Caustic!
Just showing once again that there is big things that can come out from something so small and portable. It is one good sounding Album/E.P`s (There is even Viny to buy!!!) to take a listen/ buy go here:
Regarding the release of one earlier album also made using Caustic.
There is a short interview here:
Posting this is as I made the video under Moon Dub Media
Did use the phone to film some of the material and re-filming from screen etc.
Some parts is using Gifs made with Android apps and filters.
Hope you like it.
This is one song out of a three song EP that can be downloaded here:
To download the album go here:
Fizy Daequan is what could be called the second generation of Causticians pushing the Caustic envelope further. Have been amazed of what some have been doing production wise and technically using just Caustic.
And here is one more example!
Recommend to pay a visit to his ToneDen page as not only can the songs be downloaded but there is also earlier tracks.
Nightradio the creator of SunVox and many nice apps have been using them to create these albums and now they are all for free.
To get them go here:
Mentioned before that there is some people pushing Caustic hard since the last year and this is one of them.
The most musically active developer/programmer have now released a new album.
I think he does about one a year. Using his own software of course!
This one a combination of SunVox and Virtual ANS.
The creator was tired of not ever finishing music and decided to an album using just Yellofier.
It sounds cool and it is pretty amazing how far you go using just Yellofier with no added apps/software!
Here is what he said about the album:
I've always enjoyed playing around with samples and I find the limiting nature of Yellofier ideal for me to get creative quickly and get a simple song idea down. The main thing though is that it is brilliant fun which is the whole point for me.
My influences for the album is early 90's rave, techno and acid as I grew up listening to and attending various raves in the UK.
Feel a little bit bad that this did not get posted earlier as I meant to post it many weeks ago but being a mentally challenged person and a good procrastinator...
Transient always on the mobile devices making excellent music! This last offering made with SunVox the one before on Caustic. Like that he always leaves comments how he made everything on beaches and forests by some stream. Guess that is what mobile devices are for!
The artist waki from Japan have released this little gem called "russian love" using SunVox. It is quite minimal, intimate and slightly experimental. It also have the SunVox footprint all over it in the sense that it colors everything slightly dark.
(At least so it seems to me and my own relation with SunVox).
The album have been one of the few records the last year or so that scratch my ear in the right way and it is inspiring me even though I can not put the finger on exactly what is so good about it. Slightly short but better than being long and over-fluffed...
The album is an interesting project and this is what is said on the Bandcamp site:
Originally recorded and produced in 2012/13, this album is the product of experimentation with a software synthesizer know as "Virtual ANS" - a simulation of the ANS Synthesizer created by the Russian audio engineer and inventor Yevgeny Murzin in 1958. The software simulation was created by Alexander Zolotov, and has - since its original iteration coded for PC - more recently been made available as an Android/iOS app.
This album was inspired by the preparatory sketches by and ideas of architect Lebbeus Woods for an installation exhibit. Using these sketches, and guided by the ideas detailed in his essay on the installation, I used the Virtual ANS to transform the sketches into sound, and then combined multiple layers of differently processed copies of each image to create these soundscapes. My goal is to create in the listener a deep, visceral, non- or pre-verbal experience of the ideas, as I understand them, conveyed in the earlier work by Woods.
As Woods has written elsewhere:
"If ideas were immortal, we wouldn't have anything to do. Because we die, and because knowledge can't be transferred directly, each person has to reinvent the form of ideas all over again. Our social existence is about helping each other to do just that."
Lebbeus Woods died on October 30, 2012. He was 72.
released December 29, 2015
James J Pyke - all programming, arrangement and production
This is the second album by Bojan Krhlanko. It is eclectic and not what you would expect from music that used a lot of Android apps in its making. When he released the first album I thought it was so interesting that an interview got made that can be read here:
Here is what Rok Deželak says about the album on the Bandcamp page:
Pocket Music – World in Chaos
Bojan Krhlanko takes us to a new musical utopia with his new album Pocket Music – World in Chaos. He picks up right where he left off when he laid the foundations for alternative, open-source creativity with his debut album, Pocket Music – Rise of the Androids.
In this perfect synthesis of acoustic and electronic music, Krhlanko takes his creativity to a whole new level by masterfully blending a variety of genres, from free jazz to electronic music. The composition is a perfect balance of contrasts, which set a unique mood. In addition to his smartphone, he also used a Kaoss Pad and a Kaossilator this time around to add an entirely new dimension to his musical expression.
World in Chaos is a musical utopia which embodies a reflection of our time. With it, Krhlanko breaks the mould and puts his ideals into practice in the digital world of today. Free and unencumbered, he offers an alternative to the creative conventions while portraying his perception of the world around him. His World in Chaos lays the foundation for a vision open to further creation and enthusiastic exploration in mobile music.
The album features world-renowned musicians and composers such as Igor Matković, Samo Šalamon, Vid Drašler, Grgur Savić and Matjaž Skaza, each of them a master of his instrument blazing the trail in jazz and other genres. With the help of his band BiK3, Krhlanko interprets the musical ideas developed in both editions of Pocket Music, reinventing and reshaping them in a unique form of musical expression.
Suggest a listening for anyone that wants to take their Android music making out of the box!
Thaddeus Grim have done some excellent tracks before but this is his first full album.
This is great and it is made using Caustic 3.
Here is his description of the album on the bandcamp page:
welcome to a world of desperation and neon lights, mankind struggles to hold its place on our ruined planet, cowering under the great dome above the neon city. the streets are flooded with corruption and depraved crime. those who stand against it are sure to fail, but nothing is ever as it seems.
welcome to 2188
This is a serious guitar album made on a Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition.
The apps used is Audio Evolution Mobile and USB soundcard plus a little bit of Virtual ANS and some SunVox for a couple of samples.
So settle in for some finger picking with spanish flavours!
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