|grumpy triphop (less grumpy
||5.7MB [6:14] 128Kbit 44.1KHz
This song started with a sequence of synth and drums from
Harrison, who also played
an electric bass sound on his keyboard live during the song. I added guitar
played through a bunch of effects (distortions, tempo-synced delay), and
Dan rounded out the sonic space
with some Juno 106 pads. This is the smoothest sounding take and mix,
but I think it lacks some of the feeling from the More Grumpy take.
||5.8MB [6:06] 128Kbit 44.1KHz
Cultured porno music.
Dan lays down the beats using
MixMan, Harrison grooves it
up slowly with a Rhodes patch on his keyboard, and I pin the thing down
with my four string electric bass.
|grumpy triphop (more grumpy
||5.6MB [6:06] 128Kbit 44.1KHz
Same song concept as the other take of Grumpy, but short of some technical difficulties with
the digital audio workstation (pops and clicks), this is my favorite take
and mix. This mix is a bit grittier and less wandering than the other.
A lot of work was done to salvage this take, including importing pieces from
other takes of the song.
|live with many small functions
||[25+ mins] on CD only
Recorded at WPI on October 11, 1997. This is a live collaboration between
Many Small Functions (when I was in that band and not D-Krons) and a
different incarnation of D-Krons (Dan, Harrison, John Mock and Nate Howells).
||3.0MB 128Kbit 44.1KHz (Previously Unreleased, not on CD)
Recorded around the same time as the Beta sessions. Harrison makes the
beats and samples, I play fretless bass and two guitar overdubs, Dan plays
keys. Dozens of people spontaneously combust each year, it's just not