Mower of the Poog

by Dr. Rob & The Moodles

/
  • Streaming + Download

    Purchasable with gift card

     

1.
2.

about

This FREE GIVEAWAY is the unedited (and here and there slightly distorted) recording of my* first session toying around with some new equipment I bought just recently - a little synthesizer, a couple of guitar effect pedals, and a reverb / echo processor.
I also used three older synthesizers (in a slightly modified setting, though).

Sometimes, there is a certain magic when you use a piece of equipment for the very first time, and not really knowing what you're gonne do, you end up doing things that sound cool, but for whatever reason never can be repeated exactly in the same way ever after. Keeping that in mind, I switched the record button on and just started to merrily tinker around.

Indeed (while most of the jam doesn't have a lot of novelty value really) such a moment happend when after about 25 minutes I stopped playing and, just about stopping the tapes, found the sound of a delay with a lot of feedback that was still running on its own after the other notes had stopped quite appealing; so I decided to tweak the controls of the corresponding device a little - which resulted in the echo thingy actually starting to sing like a lady (well, somewhat...). I was fascinated and tried to add again more elements to enhance and develop the atmosphere that seemed to have grown on it's own, and for some minutes, a quite fascinating space ambient soundscape was blooming and booming...

I've added this last section as a seperate cut (it's identical with the ending of the long track, I just wanted listeners to have the chance to listen to it without all the other noodling...).

Anyway - it was fun to play that, and I hope some of the fun comes across... :-)

Since some people will ask, below is the (probably boring) list of (actually rather humble) devices I used...

.* "...can you guess my name?"

credits

released August 9, 2018

Dr. Rob & The Moodles used:

Synthesizers: Korg Z1, Korg 05/RW, Waldorf Blofeld,
Behringer Model D

FX Devices: Alesis Microverb, T.C. Electronic M350 Reverb Processor, MojoMojo Overdrive, Gauss Tape Echo, Flourescense Shimmer Reverb

...plus two unremarkable mixers to mix and an unremarkable older laptop to record the noise. :-)

.

license

all rights reserved

tags

about

Michael Brückner Mainz, Germany

Born in Heidelberg, Germany, later settled down near Mainz.

Earns a living as a graphical designer.

Ambient and other electronica since 1992.

Accumulated an extended back catalogue (more than 90 albums by end of 2011, number still growing).

Since 2007 offers his music in the internet, via the usual platforms.

Sometimes gets reviews + airplay.

Very rarely plays live.

More is to come...
... more

contact / help

Contact Michael Brückner

Streaming and
Download help

Shipping and returns

Redeem code

Michael Brückner recommends:

If you like Mower of the Poog, you may also like: