This video captures an interview with Robert Henke , who co-founded Ableton and performs as Monolake. … Read More Robert Henke (Monolake) Interview
Robert Henke has announced a new Monolake album, Ghosts, scheduled for release in Feb 2012: During the entire year 2011 I composed a lot of sketches, mainly rhythmical tracks, but most of them I had to throw away at some point. Either I did not like specific elements in them or they did not fit… Read More New Music From Monolake – Ghosts
http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=8837DF4D430CC5D4 In addition to announcing April Ableton Live + Max For Live deals, Ableton released a series of free downloads for Live users, along with demo videos, embedded above: The Monolake Granulator – Robert Henke aka Monolake releases his signature Granulator for Max for Live. Get the instrument for free. Max for Live: Alexkid Instant… Read More Free Downloads For Ableton Live Users
This is the trailer for Speaking in Code, a documentary about a select group of people who have made electronic music their lives. Speaking in Code is expected to be available on DVD starting March 12, 2010, and will sell for $14.95 + shipping.
Robert Henke has a new Monolake album out, Silence, and talked with Caro Snatch about the technical side of the album production, including why he chose to use no compression: When recording physical instruments, compression seems to make sense to me; one can achieve a certain level of intimacy by making the quiet parts louder,… Read More Robert Henke (Monolake) On Compression And When Not To Use It
OSC09 day 1 – backstage chat with Robert Henke (Monolake), The Field (Axel Willner) and Sick Girls! Day 2 and 3 features artists such as Todd Terje, The Juan Maclean, Scuba, Andreas Tilliande, Style Of Eye, Adrian Lux, Heartsrevolution, Bronnt Industries Kapital and many more. OSC09 13TH-15TH OF AUGUST 2009.
This video captures one performance of Atom – which features a matrix of 64 gas balloons, lights, and sound by Christopher Bauder & Robert Henke (aka Monolake). A room is filled with deep, evolving noises from a four-channel sound system. An eight-by-eight array of white, self-illuminated spheres floats in space like the atoms of a… Read More Robert Henke’s Music For Balloons
Robert Henke, aka Monolake, is offering a unreleased track at his site, Decay, as a free download from his site. This track is from June 2006. I found it on a backup drive whilst searching for something else. When I made it, I soon felt something is missing, it sounded old and nostalgic too me,… Read More Monolake Releases Music For Washing Dishes