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Concrète Mixer


An internet radio station dedicated to shredded field recording ambience


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  1. Updates to site and sounds

    There’s been a few updates lately. …


  2. New sounds by Michael Upton

    Michael is a friend of mine who lives up the road and (in my view at least) is New Zealand’s leading electronica practitioner. He’s recorded all over the place, and has generously donated several sounds to the cause. …


  3. Concrète Mixer now available on TuneIn

    Concrète Mixer is now available in TuneIn, either from the website or via its various apps. …


  4. Real time track data added to home page

    You should notice that there’s a “Now playing” section in the “hero image” on the home page which lists tracks currently playing in the Concrète Mixer audio stream. I’ve achieved this by: …


  5. New sounds by Adrien Capozzi

    In my quest to get contributions to Concrete Mixer I’ve turned to muso friends with the view that, well, everyone who has dabbled in electronica has made field recordings, right? Well my LA-based chum Adrien Capozzi said he hadn’t, but that he’d make some, and a few days later emailed me two tracks. That’s exactly the sort of commitment to the cause we’re after! …


  6. New sounds by Rob Szeliga added to Concrète Mixer radio

    Our second sound donor (praise him with great praise!) is Rob Szeliga, a UK-based sound designer, and he’s sent through a nice range of recordings. …


  7. New sounds by Sebastian Brock added to Concrète Mixer radio

    As mentioned last post I’m keen to add more sound recordings to Concrète Mixer Radio (CMR) and have put out a call for contributions. I’ve also poked around on Soundcloud hitting up users asking for field recordings of theirs I like. …


  8. Call for field recordings

    So as a side-project (or perhaps the main point?) of Concrète Mixer, I’ve set up an Icecast server running a live internet radio stream of the software’s output. Currently the supplied audio is recordings I’ve made, but I don’t get out so much these days so I’d like to open it up to recordings by other people. …


  9. What's new

    I last updated this blog in December 2015. In 2016 my time was rather swamped by work and fatherhood, but I tinkered away now and then and undertook some major work toward the end of last year. The result of this is Concrète Mixer 2.0, and this post outlines what’s changed. …


  10. Randomness in sound

    A somewhat chin-strokey examination of how chance can be applied to open-ended electronic audio. …