[linux-audio-user] Music: Troete

Thorsten Wilms t_w_ at freenet.de
Mon Jan 30 04:42:52 EST 2006

On Sun, Jan 29, 2006 at 11:33:30PM +0100, Cesare Marilungo wrote:
> Wolfgang Woehl wrote:
> >Very very nice, totally like it. The "mmmfff mmmff" that 
> >breaks into the whistling at 1:30, ha. The way it stomps 
> >about, I feel teleported into Aphex twin's living room.

Wow, thanks, Wolfgang.
Maybe I should listen to more Aphex twin, then :)

> Thorsten,
> I believe that you're very talented.
> Where can I find some more of your music?
> c.

Thank you very much, Cesare, I'm flattered.

Besides the recent Gnomes collaboration with the great Steve D
(single tracks, dry)
there's the earlier instance
(I especialy love Steve's flute on that)
with the original
(the last one shouldn't be on lam.fugal, because it's windows/cubase made)

27 tracks produced 1997/98 with nothing but a GEM S3 keyboard 
workstation, recorded on Linux, mastered with Jamin last year on
But they're of a completely different quality. Style varies a lot.
Will hand out MIDI files on request. Sadly I have no single instrument 
tracks recorded, because it was way too much work.
I would love to see some reviews there, even very critical ones. 
Closest to Troete should be 

I still have 2 tracks from the win/cubase era I should add  
to archive.org (think will do so soon).

[3 audio tapes full of music made with a Korg M-1 are waiting to 
be recorded, but my tape deck died (includes attempts to do 
techno and something punk-rock like wih that old lady.)
More than 30 unfinished tracks in various states of completion.]

Thorsten Wilms

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