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Little update on the Album matter:
I'm now talking to Laurentide Synthworks to have a small amount of these vinyls distributed in the USA and at Knobcon. 

The final price for the vinyl would be $16.99. Shipping would be between $6 and $8 (we can’t say that more precisely at this point unfortunately). 
Adam from Laurentide Synthworks will also be at Knobcon and take some vinyls there as well, so if you want to attend the event, you could get a copy there as well and save on shipping. 

Since I have to estimate how many vinyls to ship to USA I’m now doing a little interest check, so if you want a copy and live in the USA please let me know here. You know, the usual way: name and number of copies you’d like to get. 

more info about what you’d get: 

- carefully recorded, mastered and crafted black vinyl with 5 tracks 
- handprinted cover, designed by me 
- booklet 
- protective transparent sleeve 
- streaming and download via Bandcamp 
- my eternal gratitude 

Here’s a preview of the tracks: 
https://soundcloud.com/kvsu/the-malosco-sessions-lp-preview 

here's a full track from the album (my favourite): 
https://soundcloud.com/kvsu/unsinnig 

So, who wants one?
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Sorry if I'm flooding this group with this (I promise I'll stop soon), but here's an audio preview of the album we just released: https://soundcloud.com/kvsu/the-malosco-sessions-lp-preview
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Nice.
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A little demo I have made with Simplecircuits' APC Pro 

Recorded and looped in Ableton without any added FX (maybe just a little bit of reverb, can't remember for sure). All sounds except for the kick drum are coming from the APC pro.
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Atari Punk Console Pro Module Demo
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Now that the dust has settled on Musikmesse 2015, we have some first thoughts on what has been presented there. Chapter 1: The Modular and the World Outside! http://www.horizontalpitch.com/2015/04/musikmesse2015-the-modular-and-the-world-outside/

faturing: Soundmachines and Bastl Instruments
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Just in time for Musikmesse2015 we have just launched a blog about eurorack modulars called Horizontalpitch.

http://www.horizontalpitch.com

Here’s some more info:
Horizontalpitch wants to be a magazine-style blog about euro modular gear and music made with such instruments (that was already obvious I know).

We don’t want to focus on news, rumors, manufactuer-x-has-released/announced/teased-that-module-style posts. What we want to do is talk about modulars more in-depth, focusing on the bigger picture, on trends and developments. We also want to keep in mind that modulars are – or at least should be – musical instruments, so we want to get away from the pure technophile discussion to something more music oriented.
But hey… we are all weak, so there will be plenty of gear talk and gear porn as well. Don’t worry, but we don’t want to do something that others already do (and sometimes do well).
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good stuff!!!
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Is anybody of you in the Dresden (Germany) area next week?
We're playing a live gig with akirasrebirth on the 16th (Thursday).
As you can probably tell from the pic below it's something related to Bosch, in fact it's the opening of an exhibition dedicated to the artist, called "Hieronymus Boschs Erbe", we'll be playing a pretty complex set that mixes 16th century canon and counterpoint, noise and electronics combined with akirasrebirth's analog glitch visuals.
more info:
http://www.kvsu.net/events/205/#event-205
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cool ! thanks for the link :)
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We had this discussion about cables some time ago. Since then I went ahead and bought some of these cables from Korg (thanks to +Alexander M 's suggestion, and to +Roland Lioni's motivation to try and buy them!)
I have just received them so all I can give you is a first impression, but they feel pretty good (not as stiff as the Doepfer cables) come in two lenghts 25 and 75cm, which is perfect for me and the connectors are just about the right size. So if they don't break, I think we have a winner here!
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Got mine today :-) Nice colors.
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Tracks and recordings  - 
 
Here's a little outtake from out album the malosco sessions it's not really new, so you might have heard it before, if you've been in this community for some time. This is a new edit and mix and master though.

More info:
unsinnig is a live improvisation, recorded during rehearsals on a fat thursday during carnival and later edited to a shorter version (the original was about 16 minutes long). the name comes from the german “unsinniger donnerstag”, which is the local name for fat thursday.

Gear: (as far as I can remember)

michele cagol (ubumaic)
modular synth, jomox t-resonator, oto biscuit, nebulophone, chaos engine

hannes pasqualini (kurodama)
circuit bent vl-1, modified tape recorder, assorted found percussions, mutable instruments anushri
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we have vinyl!!!

kvsu’s first album, The Malosco Sessions, just arrived! 
Cover artwork: Papernoise and akirasrebirth
Printing: Corpoc

Photo by Corpoc
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Finally there is a video of the De:generator a DIY, sample-based synth by Germany-based Rolf Degen.

The concept of this synth is pretty interesting and unique in the DIY synths area.

Of course this is just a prototype, but word has it that they might make kits for it.
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thanks !!! ;)
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Not really purely DIY-oriented, but as many of you are into modulars: we have just launched a blog about eurorack modulars called Horizontalpitch.

http://www.horizontalpitch.com

Here’s some more info:
Horizontalpitch wants to be a magazine-style blog about euro modular gear and music made with such instruments (that was already obvious I know).

We don’t want to focus on news, rumors, manufactuer-x-has-released/announced/teased-that-module-style posts. What we want to do is talk about modulars more in-depth, focusing on the bigger picture, on trends and developments. We also want to keep in mind that modulars are – or at least should be – musical instruments, so we want to get away from the pure technophile discussion to something more music oriented.
But hey… we are all weak, so there will be plenty of gear talk and gear porn as well. Don’t worry, but we don’t want to do something that others already do (and sometimes do well).
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I think you should pledge for Tim Kaiser's upcoming album Inferior Planets Double EP. If don't know Tim Kaiser, well... you should! (in case check him out here: http://tim-kaiser.org/)

You can still fund this project at Indiegogo here:
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/tim-kaiser-inferior-planets-double-ep/x/9890641#home

The concept for the album is pretty interesting (quoting):

> The final product will be two 7” records (think old 45 rpm singles for size) that are played at 33 1/3 rpm. Sides 1 & 2 will be on transparent blue vinyl and sides 3 & 4 will be on transparent green vinyl. They will come is a dual gatefold jacket- hand screened, or some other unique packaging, numbered and signed. This project will be for a production run of 500 (that's actually 1000 records since it's a double EP).
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I got the last Kalimba!!! 
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