while 4/4 isn't generally released by us, this one escaped destruction. we happened to be recording when this "analog transmission" bounced around the studio inadvertently. while waiting to record a future release we flagged down the drink cart, toasted the invention of analogue, and let the machines pilot themselves for a moment. afterward we coaxed and prodded and this was the result. in it's entirety it's over 30 minutes. we edited it down to 5. it is, in the truest sense, an example of control voltages fluctuating, peaking and subsiding. the tr727,while not heard on this track, is the "tightest" machine we have to keep the antiquated midi clock semi controllable. for this project in the (almost finished) studio, everything gets recorded to multiple tracks in one pass. the timing is so loose, good luck capturing dubs that would match.
the gear heard on this recording is: korg ms-10, korg sq-10, roland tr808, moogerfoogers, ensoniq dp/4, memorymoog, akai ax 60, akai s612 samplers.
video shot & manipulated by Dayvid LeMmon, Berlin S-Bahn & U-Bahn, Juli 2009