Conceptually, peopleareloudmovers is based on the idea that our senses have been evolving just as we have as a species. As a result of this sensory evolution, our definition and interpretation of music must have evolved. The greatest technological advancements as a result of the industrial revolution have had a profound effect on our sensory evolution because of the introduction of this new sonic foundation.
Now that our species has adapted to this new-world "silence," we are no longer in fear of certain frequency ranges that would have normally resulted in a primeval "fight or flight" response. These frequency ranges can now be manipulated into melodies or sonic landscapes and textures that the general public will find stimulating, soothing, and aesthetically pleasing.
The noise of today will become the classics of tomorrow.
Bass, Keyboard, Sequencers, Samplers and Electronics.
Composition: FLStudio, Ableton, REASON, ADOBEaudition.
Performance: Ableton, Deckadance, Reason.
How do you like my nonsensical way of using them?
Korg R3,KP3 and nanoKontrol, Alesis SR16, ROLAND sp808ex, BOSS DR-880, Numark Total Control. Sometimes I don't use anything, I just hear things and they become .wav files.
Other times they're pulled from "His" audiological memory.
I'm usually busy being delusional and difficult to find.