Graham F – Halo

The latest TONEBURST release is available.

https://toneburst.bandcamp.com/

< kat no.27 >

Halo is a noir patchwork of generative soundmasses. Sonic elements rearrange themselves and unfold according to their own internal logic. Revealed are themes of alienation and anti-idealism.

Included is a DIY PCB of the EMF Pingler, a detector of invisible signals and ghosts. A noise device that picks up on its environment and makes sound when it is passed through electromagnetic fields (EMFs). The PCB itself features beautiful designs that make it a worthwhile trinket for those who may not want to solder.

As with all TB instrument and DIY PCB releases, if the EMF Pingler is used in your music-making please share the results with us. ‘Toneburst wishes to publish sound creations made by other makers.’
www.grahamfranz.com

released April 29, 2022

EMF PINGLER – DIY PCB

Colin Drake – Drone & Drama

The latest TONEBURST release is available.

https://toneburst.bandcamp.com/

< kat no.28 >

Select studies and guided improvisations focusing on the Drone & Drama software instrument, custom built for Monome Norns.

Colin Drake – code, Norns, fuzz, contact mic, MIDI controller.

dnd code available here: github.com/cfdrake/dnd

Thanks to Barry Joseph Cullen for D&D project and prompts.

released February 26, 2022

Marc Méan – Rituals

The latest TONEBURST release is available.

https://toneburst.bandcamp.com/

PRE-ORDER
Ltd. cassette with die cut cover, block colour insert, full print cover/insert & vinyl sticker. (J-Card – Gmund Matt – No.55 300gsm / Insert -Gmund Heather – Snow 300gsm / Full print – Archival Photo Paper – Satin 290gsm) 3 options for front cover.

< kat no.26 >
The sound of pipe organs, electronics & melting snow.

Marc Méan – Pipe organ, ciat-lonbarde Cocoquantus & Plumbutter,
reel to reel tape, cassette tape & effects

Organs recorded the 8th & 9th of September 2021 in St-François Church in Lausanne (organopole.com) later processed electronically.

Mastering by Taylor Deupree

credits

releases March 4, 2022