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Posted by Anchorwind - May 5th, 2018


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Posted by Anchorwind - August 11th, 2017


Mother Machine 6 Concept Art


Posted by Anchorwind - June 30th, 2017



Posted by Anchorwind - November 2nd, 2016


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It has begun.


Posted by Anchorwind - September 26th, 2016


http://anchorwind.net/2/mother-machine

I've put the 4 projects, with cover art and other art all on one page.  Full downloads, story - all of it.

Come take what you want.


Posted by Anchorwind - August 21st, 2016


That was surprisingly fun.  Took a couple hours and updated the:  CD art covers, titles, tags, and some descriptions for the uploads.   I have no idea why, just felt like it.

The CD covers are good in the project page, but a couple of them are still wrong in the ilst, even after refreshing.  We'll see how long it takes for everything to catch up.

I never used tags, didn't bother.  Since I opened up each one anyway, might as well - right?

Most description changes were adding the storylines to the Mother Machine tracks.   It became much more clear to me that MM1 wasn't the only story project, MM3 and 4 are very much so as well.  MM2 the exception.

It also dawns on me I should do a tribute track to Al Jourgensen and call it Surgical Mother Machine.


Posted by Anchorwind - August 6th, 2016


Anchorwind - The Immortal Mother Machine Concept 2I think this is better than the yellow sketched idea.


Posted by Anchorwind - July 27th, 2016


Anchorwind's Mother Machine Infinite Discovery Poster
 

I like my "Immortal Mother Machine" logo idea, and title.  I think "Infinite Discovery" is better.  Should have thought of that first.    http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/696003


Posted by Anchorwind - June 21st, 2016


TL;DR - I started a Discord server, uploaded a bunch of samples I made for people to use, and want people to join and upload their samples for us to use.  I think it could be fun to have a big room filled with people constantly collaborating and sending things back and forth (and talking, obviously).

Anyone who has talked to me about music for longer than a few brief moments knows I love tinkering.  I'll sit and play with the same lines and pieces for quite a while.   To that end, I caved and bought the Push 2 - it was on sale recently.  I really wanted it anyway, so there you go.   Since getting it,  I find myself just crafting loops and samples instead of writing songs.    I find myself splicing songs and creating new things.  It's tremendous fun - for me.  

Of course,  I'll publish full pieces.  I have a demo in the works right now, but it's just kind of disinteresting right now.   I have this idea in my head about all these little snippets, I'm having with it.   Push makes it easier, and funner, to make these various ideas I have kicking around.  Live 9 is good, and Komplete 9 works just fine with it as well (albiet not quite as seamless, but we're talking about NI plugins in an Ableton environment - it's ok). 

I could, and probably will,  take all these clips and use them in future projects.  That's more or less what I've been doing anyway.  However,  I think I'd like to make things available for everyone.  There are technologies - like Discord - that make life easy for that.  It's free, and easy.   Join the server, drag and drop - done.

In my head, I'm imagining people not only using it as a real-time chatroom but a consistent place to exchange demos to listen to/critique and samples to collab with.   An environment with which to engage more.   I've collaborated with several people and file transfers have been annoying.  This could make life simpler. 

Alternately, I could just be having delusions of grandeur.  It wouldn't be the first time. 


Posted by Anchorwind - May 25th, 2016


MMI: The Cover