"When I was first building [these instruments], I had a sound in mind, and I really wanted to find a way to appropriately play that sound. But now, I think it's more about what my body is able to do live as one person." Yeah, I can relate to that! Fascinating. https://video.vice.com/en_us/video/noisey-author-punisher-the-one-man-industrial-doom-metal-band/5acb7ae5f1cdb34f6b795de3 Read more...

This page, like most pages on my website, is a work in progress. If you have questions you'd like answered here, comment below, or write a question on your own website and send me a webmention! Philosophy Why did you build a modular synthesizer? At first I was just curious to see if I could… Read more...



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It is refreshingly imperfect, stunningly raw, and absolutely chock-full of character. It is the perfect antidote to digital computer-based music production. I am certain there is no other synthesizer quite like it. I am certain because I built it. Read more...





[caption id="attachment_8132" align="aligncenter" width="700"] adventure![/caption] Generally, I don't like soda (ahem, excuse me, I live in Michigan again– what I meant to say was "pop"). I'll drink a Coke every now and again, but I usually drink water, coffee, or beer– sometimes juice. I sort of like root beer but not really; It's so sweet. That… Read more...