Monolake - Live At Dr. Kern FLAC album
Title: Live At Dr. Kern
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Kern was a small club, bar in Munich, Bavaria, Germany, and all I remember is that Gerhard and me played while sitting in one corner with half of our studio in front of us and that it was snowing when we left the venue. At this time our live sets were long improvisations using lots of hardware. We carried around a huge and heavy rack with equipment. I was more responsible for sound manipulations and mixing while Gerhard operated our self-written step sequencer, the PX18, based on a MAX patch
Monolake Live @ Dr. Kern Part 1. 19:22. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Depeche Mode The Darkest Star (Monolake Remix) (Monolake Remix).
This is a live recording, captured at Ego club in Düsseldorf, June 5 1999. The music has been created with a self written step sequencer, the PX-18, controlling a basic sample player and effects engine, all done in MaxMSP, running on a Powerbook G3. The step sequencer had some unique features, . the ability to switch patterns independently in each track, which later became an important part of a certain music software. I found the recording on a backup disk today.
ICM 05 Robert Henke Signal to Noise 2004 CD album out of print. ML 011 Monolake Momentum 2003 CD album out of print.
Robert Henke is also a co-developer of the music software Ableton Live, with Gerhard Behles. Since 1995 he has produced electronic music under the name Monolake, which he founded in collaboration with Gerhard Behles.
Monolake Live in the rain tallation and live performance created by light artist Christopher Bauder and composer and musician Robert Henke (Studio Robert Henke). First presented shortly in 2016 during CTM Festival and La Fête des Lumières, DEEP WEB became one of our most significant productions.
Monolake Live at Ego Düsseldorf June 5 1999. Mastering - a step by step guide to good sound (now much louder!)
The Best of Kevin Kern: More Than Words.
Monolake is an open project dedicated to computer generated music, founded in 1995 by Robert Henke and Gerhard Behles. We were impressed and influenced by minimal techno music and drum&bass and at the same discovered the sonic richness and sophistication of academic computer music. These poles became the source and inspiration for our own creations. It became the blueprint for a specific Monolake style which is often permutating complex rhythmical structures interacting with rich textural elements, providing depth and color. The second album, Interstate, released 1999 became the first Monolake release on Robert Henkes own label, imbalance computer music It became the hub and center of my studio. Momentum was the first Monolake album I completely realised alone.
|1||Live At Dr. Kern 1||19:22|
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NotesFree download from the Monolake website.
"...we are not sure anymore about the exact date of this concert. It must have been winter 1998/1999. Dr. Kern was a small club / bar in Munich, Bavaria, Germany, and all I remember is that Gerhard and me played while sitting in one corner with half of our studio in front of us and that it was snowing when we left the venue.
At this time our live sets were long improvisations using lots of hardware. We carried around a huge and heavy rack with equipment. I was more responsible for sound manipulations and mixing while Gerhard operated our self-written step sequencer, the PX18, based on a MAX patch. (A lot of inspiration for Abletons Live sequencer came from this patch...)
We lost the original recording of that concert. The two parts available here were extracted because we thought of releasing the concert on a 12" but finally decided it was not good enough. I think it was the right decission, but I am happy to hear it again now, seven years later. The structure of the set is questionable, but I still like the sonic atmosphere, especially the airy strings.
There are obvious connections between the grooves and sounds heard on this live set and the tracks Abundance and Perpetuum released in early 1999 on the Interstate album. Interstate has been out of print for a while and this month comes back in a remastered version with new cover."