Chris, thanks for the CD, great food for thought. Sorry my response was not so prompt as yours. I've not been connected here in weeks, as I'm working on many things, including a new instrument. I put some pictures up of the case here. Happy writing and thanks so much for sharing your music.
Thank you for your nice comment...My friend i must stress my thougts about you Chordata
If it had been performed real harpsichord, It would be famous. To me thougt Chordata has worldclass notes. Top notch. Great song, superb...
Hi Chris, thank you so much for the comment! Glad you liked it :)
I am listening now to your music, and enjoying! can I ask how did you record it? the timbre in Element and Membrana is quite interesting...do you manipulate the waves yourself in any way or use a sound library? what do you usually compose for? Thank you again, nice work!
Thanks for listening to my music! Your compositions are very interesting and inspiring. Open-minded, minimalistic too. I like that. How did you reach that dry piano sound in Equine Staircase? Thanks for sharing your music.
I'm glad your spirits were lifted by Canzona. Thank you for your kind comments. As I listen to your tracks, I have to agree with Kristofer who rightly notes that you have a unique voice. That's refresshing. I like the funkiness of Undertaker Demo.
Looks like you're suffering from a momentary bout with Status Update Tourette Syndrome.. that's alright, happens to the best of us. I have to tell you, Element is among my favorite compositions posted on this site, and I have no idea why it's so infectious - I keep coming back to listen to that one. I wish you'd do some more work in that direction. Anyway, I'm going to go back to the task of deciphering the intricate and esoteric logic of your status update comments now.
Thanks Chris! I grew up on Prince. I didn't get in to Bungle till after I started writing this stuff. Your comparisons are very flattering, thanks! Listening now to some of the tracks up top, very nice! Keep 'em coming man.
You're very kind, Chris. I'm not so sure I neglected the music as much as the ground had been irradiated by experience. After a time, it became fertile again, and hence my work over the last three years.