Added a page for LiveSPICE stuff. LiveSPICE is a real-time circuit simulator, with a VST version, by Dillon Sharlet. I threw together a few fuzz circuits and posted them here in a zip file. More on the way.
There is a new Articles page (menu link above) here now. I’m in the process of moving stuff previously posted on Steemit to a new home here, and there may be some new stuff of this sort on the way as well. There is also a link to an article about the recent UMAW protests of Spotify written for my “day job,” which I added here too, because I think it’s relevant.
Added some new .sfz-format multisamples today: a resynthesized bass guitar, an FM bass sound, and a “synth vox”-style pad from the K2000S. See the samples page to download.
This will be an ongoing series of articles, though I’m thinking it might only be every other week or so, since there’s only so many obscure bits of audio software out there worth talking about, and in the case of things I may not be familiar with, I want to have some time to get into it.
Added some samples from a few circuit bent items (a Kawasaki toy keyboard, a Sorry game accessory, and a Roland TR-66), as well as the TrigPulser Mini CMOS synth. See the Samples page. New stuff is marked as such.
The FSA website is back online after a hacking incident. Due to my own negligence, the most recent backup was missing pretty much everything since getting the site back online the first time. The actual content was/is on my PC, so it’s really only news posts that got lost. I think everything that was here before is back, and then some.
The biggest news that’s missing is releases from my musical projects, and there’s been quite a few. Here’s some links to catch you up:
EP, album, 20-year anniversary collections @ Skin Contact bandcamp: https://skincontact.bandcamp.com/
See the main SC site for further news on remixes, collabs, and other stuff that happened over the last year or so.
Fugue State releases on Degenerate Trifecta: there has been a digital EP and a split with Mrs. Dink on cassette/digital, which I’m very excited about.
In other news, Fugue State Audio is now on the blockchain. I have started posting on Steemit, and have uploaded a bunch of stuff from the backcatalog on Musicoin.org and Dsound, which is a sort of SoundCloud-alike linked to the Steemit platform. I haven’t completely decided to ditch everything else in favor of these yet, but I will be focusing more on these from here on out.
I’ve re-posted some of the schematics, samples, and plugins previously available from the old “synthgeek pages” site. See the links in the top menu. More stuff coming in the next few days. There will be new stuff coming soon also, so stay tuned!
Welcome to the new Fugue State Audio website. Nothing here yet, please check out my SoundCloud page:
Music from my various projects and noise from my DIY devices.