Ep. 12" Vinyl NL. Third Ear, 3eep201410. Thomas Brinkmann Returns On Third Ear Just Over A Year After His Guy Martin Ep In 2013. Once Again, His Sheer Class And Technical Skill Are In Abundant Supply, Creating Blistering Techno Drenched In The Funk.
Thomas Brinkmann is one of the great producers of Techno music and modern dance music. He initially gained notoriety in the experimental electronic music and Techno community for his full-length 'variations' of material by Wolfgang Voigt under his Mike Ink moniker, and Richie Hawtin. The variations were made by playback of the original artist records on a turntable of Brinkmann's design, which has two tone arms with separate outputs for left and right channels. The turntables were then pitched down from 33rpm to 27rpm and the results recorded and mixed
Thomas Brinkmann Andreas Fragel - Icon + Jorge Gebauhr - Just Feelings + Process - Surface (. Thomas Brinkmann Lotte 1. 06:22. Thomas Brinkmann 1234567. Thomas Brinkmann Die Schiefe Ebene, Inclined Plane. Thomas Brinkmann Who in the funk. Thomas Brinkmann Hellblau 1 (Remix).
Cologne experimentalist Thomas Brinkmann bangs it out on this week's RA podcast. Cologne's Thomas Brinkmann needs no introduction. As one of techno's foremost experimental minds, he's bridged the gap between the conceptual and the physical with seminal releases such as Studio 1 - Variationen and Concept 1:96:VR. On his RA podcast, though, Brinkmann goes straight for the feet, unveiling a wild ride through funky minimalism with a hypnotic quality that stays with you long after the last beat drops. What have you been working. and maybe also an arrival.
Format: All Vinyl CD DJ Equipment Studio Equipment. Play All. Juno Player. Retrospektiv EP 4 (12" limited to 200 copies). Third Ear UK. Cat: 3EBOX 2017014. Rel: 26 Apr 19. Techno.
Thomas Brinkmann – Retrospektiv. Label/Cat Third Ear Recordings – 3EBOX201701 Source: WEB Release date: 2017-10-12 Format: mp3 Quality: 320 kbps Genre: Electronic Style: Electronica, Downtempo, Minimal, Deep Tech.
When Horses Die. Thomas Brinkmann. Ambarchi & Brinkmann.
To hear Thomas Brinkmann tell it, his childhood piano lessons were more traumatic than most. A self-described musical dyslexic, he struggled to decipher the marks on the page, while the rest of his family members took to the instrument with virtuosic skill. Brinkmann sought his escape in make-believe: He pretended that his grandfather’s harmonium was the cockpit of an airplane. Yanking knobs and stomping pedals, he imagined himself wrestling the truculent beast through the most difficult takeoffs and landings. With A 1000 Keys, Brinkmann finally gets his revenge on the instrument . To create the music, Brinkmann apparently translated the frequencies corresponding to A440 tuning, or standard concert pitch, to binary code, and then used the 1s and 0s as sequencer data.
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