<<<SHOW NOTES>>> Another treat for our regular listeners, we talk to Bribery (a.k.a. – Mitch Catterall). When Vince and I made the first episode of this podcast, he said, “Mind if we use my mate Mitch’s music for the intro and outro?” I was absolutely open, but a little apprehensive. Then I heard the tracksContinue reading “S01.E06 – Bribery”
<<<SHOW NOTES>>> In this episode of Filtered Noise, we talk to our inaugural guest, Allison Wright, aka – No Compliments. For regular listeners, you’ll be familiar with our fandom of No Compliments debut EP. Allison Wright (1993, AUS) is a composer, arranger, producer, sound designer and trumpet player living in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Since finishing herContinue reading “S01.E05 – No Compliments”
<<<SHOW NOTES>>> “This music is path orientated, not goal orientated.” – Peter Evans I thought I’d start the show notes with this quote, as it’s a pertinent part of the discussion at the top of the show. Music making is more accessible than it has ever been. Part of the making process, however, is aContinue reading “SE01.E04 – Eleconomics”
<<<SHOW NOTES>>> Faulty Cat Productions · Filtered Noise Podcast – S01.E03 – Forgetting Names Mental blanks. It actually took me a while to think of that because I was having one. In this episode we continue our electronic music journey by delving into electronic music performance, particularly some of the adaptations we have considered (andContinue reading “S01.E03 – Forgetting Names”
When Moog releases anything, be it a firmware update or a new product, Brae gets all excited and goes into debt trying to acquire it. In this episode, Brae fanboys really, really hard over the release of the Moog Subharmonicon. Along the way, there’s a bit of discussion about the influences behind the Subharmonicon through the lens of history.
In the first ‘official’ episode we get a bit, well, philosophical. That’s not to say we don’t also cover the latest in electronic music making, including gear that caught our eyes, ideas that captivated our minds, and sound that stole our hearts.