My new album, entitled inSpiral, is out now. It’s available from digital stores including iTunes, Spotify, Bandcamp, Amazon and others. inSpiral by rozz3r I thought it might be of interest to detail how the album was made. Anyone who follows my blog will know that I occasionally put up videos of synth jams, using hardware… Read More rozz3r – inSpiral (new album out now)
There are a lot of Akai MPCs about. Not surprising since they’ve been in production since 1988. That’s 27 years and counting with many different models released along the way. A friend asked me which MPC he should get. He didn’t give much in the way of what he wanted to achieve with it, so I… Read More Which Akai MPC should I buy?
An MPC60 came up for sale round the corner from where I live. One thing lead to another and it’s now sitting at Rozzer HQ. You might know that I’ve owned an MPC in the past, a 2500 to be precise. I really enjoyed having it, they’re amazing machines – lots of fun to write… Read More Akai MPC 60 review
Here’s a fun sample set I made of a circuitbent Speak N Spell. It was my only foray into circuitbending. Quite fun whilst it lasted, and reasonably sucessful too. So here are two sample sets. One contains unbent letters and a few words, and the other contains bent, single hits. I’ve included PGM files for… Read More Free Samples – Circuitbent Speak N Spell
Another little freebie for you all. My wife bought me this Hugh Tracey kalimba (African Thumb Piano) for my birthday a few months ago. It’s got a gorgeous tone.