Jelly

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This is a piece from some time ago -- 2004, if I recall correctly -- a good year for drummIs music. At that time, I was using the Creative Soundblaster FM synthesizer in my computer as my secondary (not simultaneous) trigger. The recording is named "Jelly" because an early version included a Leslie Nielsen sound clip involving someone's brain turning into jelly. For copyright reasons, I removed it. Copyright sucks. CopyLeft, y0!

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from 10¢, released February 20, 2012

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drummis New York

drummIs is an improvisational electronic musician. Most of what you hear on this site is played live in one track. Tools include the trapKAT MIDI controller, TD-5 drum brain, electric bass guitar, the RC-50 Looper, ME-25 effects, guitars, an iPad with too many apps, and a squeaky octopus. Located in upstate New York, he goes by Kurt Reymers, and is otherwise occupied as a professor of sociology. ... more

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