In 2014, Moog set up $100K worth of analog equipment in the Rough Trade record shop and allowed people to use the gear to create sounds. On the last day I showed up when the doors opened and recorded an hour's worth of synthesizer gold. Album download includes a sample collection of 169 pre-chopped WAV files that include bleeps, bloops, growls, re-synthesized granular chords, and some percussion. I will email all supporters a zip file. These can be used with any sampler, but specifically there is an Octatrack set.
(SET) MOOG RESIDENCY
(PROJECT) MOOG JAM 1
>>> Raw_Samples … 120 raw sounds from the stack on the cover
>>> Scramular … 49 granular sampler interpretations of those sounds
>>> Sample_Chains … 32 single-cycle waveforms and 16 kicks
As always, Butcha Sound Records will donate a portion to arts education causes. This time, we give to Chicago-based AFRORACK. afrorack.org
| IG: @afrorack | From their website: "AFRORACK™ is the audio arts organization with a goal of helping the community develop and thrive through technology resources. We are committed to providing children and young adults of color access to modular synthesizers and sound design tools. We are focused on diverse community access via a collection of workshops, seminars, and ambitious programming centered around STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education."
Thank you for your support. Peace and love.
Phil Moffa, 2020