Audio Damage has released their Rough Rider 2 compressor as a free download for iOS. … Read More Audio Damage Rough Rider 2 Compressor Now Free For iOS
This video captures a demo and Q&A by Chris Randall of Audio Damage:… Read More Audio Damage Eurorack Modules Hands-On Demo With Chris Randall
The event featured a synth open house; vendors displays; and an evening of live music performances. … Read More Phoenix Synth Meet 2016 Highlights
In this video tutorial, How To Random, Chris Randall shares some of the techniques he uses to introduce random elements into his electronic music tracks. … Read More How To Use Randomness In Electronic Music, Without Sounding Completely Random
Chris Randall (Analog Industries) shared this video that looks at how to use a contact mic for sound design. “I think I struck a happy medium here between showing the basic techniques and showing some stuff that more advanced users might find interesting,” notes Randall. “I’ll let you be the judge. Let me know in the comments.”
In this video, Chris Randall (Audio Damage, Sister Machine Gun, Micronaut) shares his tips on how to fly with musical instruments – especially modular synthesizers – without getting a “3D body scan of your nuts”.… Read More How To Fly With Musical Instruments – Without The 3D Body Scan
In this video, Chris Randall (Analog Industries) demonstrates one way to use a cassette four-track recorder as a performance instrument. Randall describes it as “A quick demo of using a cassette 4-track as an instrument. (Or: How to get a Cm7 chord in to your song the hard way.)”
Superbooth 16: In this video, via Sonic State, Audio Damage’s Chris Randall explains Karplus-Strong synthesis and their new Proton module.
This video, via Chris Randall (Audio Damage, Sister Machine Gun, Micronaut), captures glitch one / glitch two – described as ‘the first two tracks of a fictional live set’.
Chris Randall (Audio Damage, Micronaut) & Mark Beeson have announced a new audio hosting that is a SoundCloud alternative, targeting audio professionals. “Soundcloud is for musicians with fans,” says Randall. “Octave is for musicians with clients.”