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TitelKapotte Muziek by
LabelKorm Plastics
I like the basic idea of the computer being a machine that works for you. My main applications are like organisms - living creatures. Once you've made friends with them you can rely on them and become a team.Thats what my work since 2001 is based on: a certain trust in my software, and not too much control to the composer.With my rework for the Dutch band Kapotte Muziek, this concept topped itself out. I spent eight months processing raw material, resulting in the usual several gigabytes. When it was about time for me to finish the piece I returned to my files to edit them down in ProTools (Mac OS9). I re-listened to everything, made some adjustments, and then rebooted in OSX to work in Soundhack. After a little while my machine crashed, hard - so hard that all I could do to restart it was to take out the batteries. When I finally rebooted in OSX it did nothing else but play this music for 30 minutes, a medley of my Kapotte Muziek material, finished by the computer itself.Kapotte Muziek, ironically enough, translates as "damaged music." The live concert I remixed took place 1996 in a Berlin club called "Im Eimer" - that's "in the bucket," a funny way of saying "out of order/damaged".(from the label website)
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