New Synthesizer Recordings

(“Grey Oval,” (1917), by Wassily Kandinsky)

Much of my recent creative work has focused on the use of analog/analog-like synthesizers.

I’ve always loved the sound of analog synthesizers. Some of my favorite music includes popular songs from the 1970s and ’80s. The creative ways producers recorded and mixed these synthesizers was often quite impressive.

Along with my recent analog synth-focused compositional activity, I’ve made analog synthesizers recordings of pieces from Carson Cooman’s Almanack: 76 Pieces for Piano or Other Keyboard Instruments.

Composed in 2017 and published in 2021, Almanack is a fascinating collection, featuring pieces in all kinds of styles/genres.

I was very honored that I received the dedication of one of the pieces, “Grain.” Earlier this year, I made a piano recording of this piece.

To this point, I’ve recorded fifteen or so pieces from Almanack. Of those fifteen recordings, I’ve published twelve on my YouTube channel. I hope you will check them out!

Please be sure to check out Carson Cooman’s website to learn more about his work.

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