Over the years the most requested thing have been better sounding versions of the Summamutikka tracks, since the original “mastering” that I did was pretty bad in 2001. So here is just that, enjoy!
I’ve been quite busy with my thesis and the Complete Discography project for the last two years, so there hasn’t been much time for new music. But I’ve been finishing off old things, so I can make space for something more novel. Here’s two tracks that I started two years ago, along with some remixes I’ve made of my older music:
Rest assured, I have a lot of new ideas cooking, time will tell when I have something finished to show. I hope to have at least a two track EP out from my new project by the end of the year, but we’ll see.
The Complete Discography project was a great success, thank you to everybody who contributed. Creating the stems for my old tracks was a much more daunting process than I initially expected. I must have spent somewhere near 200 hours on that one, but I’m really happy we did it together! Having those stems is a good thing for me, because now I can remaster some of my old tracks that, to be honest, don’t sound that good because at that time I didn’t have a very clear idea about mastering music.
The complete discography with all of Aavepyörä´s music is now finally available in lossless FLAC format. Available also in a deluxe version with separated stems for several songs, and with a poster featuring the artwork of the last album. Also included is over 2,5 hours of unreleased and new tunes. As a special content, I decided to put out also the very first Aavepyörä album, previously only released in a limited CDr format, and which was never available from the website.
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Have you ever lamented how all synth sounds are so similar in timbre? And how sometimes using effects still fail to lose that uni-sound digital sheen on everything?
Today I will teach you the single most effective way to bring up and transform sounds in a mix that I am aware of, without using any effects. Continue reading
So, it´s going to be a hot dancefloor again in Israel this spring:
Other news? Well, a few parties that are yet to be officially announced, but this one in Finland for example will be great I think:
Other than that, no new music or much else. I´ve been busy moving my house and studio (again!), I´m writing my master´s thesis, and so on… But I have a ton of ideas, I hope to get back to music as soon as possible, maybe next winter or so.
Hello, and welcome to the second installment of my audio crafting series.
This series aims to teach you about the fine craft of sound design by hand, and promote free non-commercial tools.
Ever wondered how it would be to be able to edit sounds in a more visual way just like paintings?
In case you are not yet familiar with the technology, I have good news: you can! Continue reading
For some time I have been thinking about starting to write a series of inspirational journal entries about creative sound design. I assume that you are familiar with all functions of your DAW, as well as other basic sound processing methods. Sometimes you might need also special hardware.
I am mostly working in Linux using the KXStudio distribution and Bitwig, but the principles and mostly software too will be identical to any other OS.
First up: intelligent drum replacement by hand. Continue reading