Tagged: techno

 

091004

091004. A minimal little exploration of the Juno-60 and TR-707.

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Recorded by October, 2009 · Link

 

091006

091006. Another Juno-60/TR-707 workout.

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Recorded by October, 2009 · Link

 

9 8 3

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Recorded by September, 2013 · Link

 

Activate It

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Recorded by May, 2005 · Link

 

Awareness

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Recorded by March, 1997 · Link

 

Bad Bad Robot

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Recorded by March, 2003 · Link

 

Bellei

Bellei

Classic techno lineup of 909, 101, microwave, vortex, and overdrive.

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Recorded by May, 1996 · Link

 

Blue Loops

Blue Loops

A heavily processed remix of Blue Monday.

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Recorded by June, 2002 · Link

 

Blue to Dream

Blue to Dream

Flunk – Blue Monday
New Order – Blue Monday (Perkowitz Mix)
Electroset – How does it Feel
New Order – Blue Monday 95 (Hardfloor Mix)
Perkowitz – So Cold
Rihanna – Shut Up and Drive
Hardfloor – Acperience 1
Hardfloor – Trancescript
Hardfloor – Melorec
Perkowitz – Mutiny
Perkowitz – Attack of the Tooth Fairies
Outlander – Vamp
Heatsync – Diatonic
Queen vs. Kraftwerk – It’s More Pressure to Compute
Union Jack – Red Herring (Perkowitz Minimal Mix)
Trancesetters – The Search
Dave Clarke – Thunder
Beltram – Energy Flash
Don Henley – Dirty Laundry (Perkowitz Mix)
Perkowitz – Unhinged
Perkowitz – Three Four Five
Hardfloor – Tilt
Aerosmith – Dream On (Perkowitz Mix)

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Recorded by May, 2011 · Link

 

Capsule

Capsule

909, 808, microwave, and distortion: my standard lineup. This is probably the best example of that style of perkowitz music.

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Recorded by August, 1996 · Link

 

Climate

Climate

This started with just fooling around with an old Univox drum machine, but ended up being an improv track that I really like.

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Recorded by September, 1995 · Link

 

Defect Rate Is Acceptable

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Recorded by May, 2013 · Link

 

Dissolve

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Recorded by September, 1997 · Link

 

Distant Thunder

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Recorded by June, 1996 · Link

 

DJ Set 6/4/2002 – Part 1

DJ Set 6/4/2002 – Part 1

Joy Division – Warsaw
Perkowitz – The Tuning
Perkowitz – Submerge
Perkowitz – Supreme Being
Photek – Glamourama
Perkowitz – I Know When I Look Good
Perkowitz vs. Corey Hart – Sunglasses
New Order – Blue Monday (Perkowitz Mix)
Kraftwerk – The Telephone Call (Perkowitz Mix)
Perkowitz – Robot in Love
Kris Moon – Robo.trash
Phenix vs. Perkowitz – Don’t You (Remix)
Little Computer People – I Am
LFO – We Are Back
Kraftwerk – Radioactivity (Perkowitz Mix)
Little Computer People – Little Computer People (1979)
Perkowitz – Space Invaders

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Recorded by June, 2002 · Link

 

DJ Set 6/4/2002 – Part 2

DJ Set 6/4/2002 – Part 2

2up Technologies – Roboshadowmandog (Perkowitz Mix)
Perkowitz – Defender
Dopplereffekt – Technic 1200
Alexander Robotnick – Problemes d’amour (Perkowitz Mix)
Adonis – No Way Back
Afrika Bambaataa – Planet Rock (LFO Mix)
Takkyu Ishino – Anna Letmein Letmeout
Codebase vs. Perkowitz – Wiped
Kraftwerk – The Robots (Betamax Mix)
Perkowitz – Nothing
Dylan – Behind the Wheel
Perkowitz – Seventies
Perkowitz – Invaders
Perkowitz vs. Schenk – Technology
Prototype 909 – Devil Dog
Hardfloor – Acperience
Phuture – Acid Tracks
Perkowitz – Major Tom
Senor Coconut – Showroom Dummies

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Recorded by June, 2002 · Link

 

Dragon

Dragon

A slowly-changing old-school jam: 303, 808, 909, 727, and a key loop from a Hammond Auto-Vari 64.

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Recorded by April, 2009 · Link

 

Elusive

Elusive

An old-timey number, featuring several layers of 303 with some 808 and 909.

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Recorded by March, 2009 · Link

 

Faster, Android! Kill! Kill!

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Recorded by September, 2001 · Link

 

Flex

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Recorded by May, 2009 · Link

 

Ghost

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Recorded by May, 2005 · Link

 

Green Light

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Recorded by May, 1998 · Link

 

Invaders

Invaders

Straight-up techno with some video-game-ish sounds.

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Recorded by November, 2001 · Link

 

It’s Time for the Perkulator

It’s Time for the Perkulator

A remix of the classic Cajmere track from 1992. This should be my theme song.

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Recorded by July, 2009 · Link

 

Keep Driving

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Recorded by November, 2011 · Link

 

Killer Whale

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Recorded by May, 2005 · Link

 

Knob Boffin

Knob Boffin

Recorded with Rob Williams, basically a 909 and a MAQ controlling a microwave.

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Recorded by November, 1997 · Link

 

Kyra

Kyra

Classic techno lineup of 909, microwave, vortex, and overdrive.

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Recorded by May, 1996 · Link

 

Live @ Peloton Everything Electric, 2013-02-28

Live @ Peloton Everything Electric 2013-02-28
00:00 Outside the Dome
05:27 Astray
08:10 Timelapse
13:28 Invaders
19:45 Walkin’ Out
26:07 Voodoo
30:14 Keep Driving
34:50 Night Fires
39:33 Mutiny
44:59 Energy
47:48 Without You Here
52:51 So Cold (Blue Monday)
59:33 It’s More Pressure to Compute
64:51 Psycho Killer Remix
69:59 Looking from a Hilltop Remix
75:07 Dream On Remix

Original versions: Outside the Dome, Astray, Timelapse, Invaders, Walkin’ Out, Voodoo, Keep Driving, Night Fires, Mutiny, Energy, Without You Here, So Cold (Blue Monday), It’s More Pressure to Compute, Psycho Killer, Looking from a Hilltop, Dream On.

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Recorded by March, 2013 · Link

 

Machine Men

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Recorded by July, 2003 · Link

 

Maglev

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Recorded by June, 2001 · Link

 

Megatron Wants To Funk

Megatron Wants To Funk

Inspired by Patrick Cowley’s “Right on Target” and its use of the cowbell. Should have a vocal part other than the robotish vocal sound, but I never wrote or recorded one.

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Recorded by July, 2004 · Link

 

Micro8

Micro8

An 808 and a nord micromodular.

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Recorded by March, 2005 · Link

 

Mutiny

Mutiny

Another minimal old-fashioned track: 909 and 303s and not much else.

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Recorded by May, 2009 · Link

 

Needs Debugging

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Recorded by March, 2013 · Link

 

Night Fires

Night Fires

The lyrics were inspired by an especially poetic spam email, and I’m not quite sure what it became.

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Recorded by July, 2011 · Link

 

Nothing

Nothing

A techno-ized cover of the Depeche Mode song.

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Recorded by November, 2001 · Link

 

Parataxis (Edit)

Parataxis (Edit)

This is one of a series of tracks I did in 1997 where I just recorded a minimal techno thing for a very long time and figured I’d edit it later. Without the pressure to get the song structure right on the first pass, I was more relaxed and did some decent evolving minimal techno tracks.

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Recorded by July, 1997 · Link

 

Pinpoint

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Recorded by February, 1998 · Link

 

Pragma

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Recorded by June, 1996 · Link

 

Red Light

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Recorded by August, 1998 · Link

 

Rhythm Ace 080426

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Recorded by April, 2008 · Link

 

Rotator

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Recorded by October, 2003 · Link

 

RSRCH01

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Recorded by February, 2014 · Link

 

Seventies

Seventies

A technoed-up version of Yaz’s “Goodbye Seventies”.

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Recorded by November, 2001 · Link

 

Sky

Sky

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Recorded by April, 1996 · Link

 

Somec

Somec

One of my first recordings with a new vocoder.

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Recorded by December, 1998 · Link

 

System Restore (Raw)

System Restore (Raw)

A long jam on 909, 808, 727, rx5, 303, x0xb0x, ea1, and some fx. It’s nice to completely cut loose from the computer sometimes. This could probably use an edit down to 6-8 minutes but here it is in raw epic form.

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Recorded by September, 2009 · Link

 

Tailsmoke (Edit)

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Recorded by July, 2003 · Link

 

Technology

Technology

Recorded with Peter Schenk. One of the few recordings I ever got to do with Peter’s Xpander. Though I spent most of the time tweaking the filtery feedback delay patch on the Q2.

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Recorded by September, 1997 · Link