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PostPosted: Sat Mar 24, 2018 10:02 am    Post subject: Noah Peterson and company
Subject description: Electronic jams from me and my collaborators.
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Hey y'all!

I've been doing electro jams with my sax and looping for several years. And I've been doing collaborations with a variety of other artists.

I'd like to start with a project I call "Dr. Wax & Sax." This is Damien Hayes aka DJ Law, the Turntable Jedi.

We did some recording last time I was up in Eugene, OR. Pretty funky stuff mostly. Dr. Wax is on turntables, I'm on sax with loop station, effects, and KP3+.

Here's the spotify link:

https://open.spotify.com/artist/29q0MwdiJ4s2tlKr0QwVVx?
si=DJtoYMpwSJqdFqdFgWjJog

Here's the youtube linke

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wGVjPM2RC0Q&list=PLjiWJF83CBimJO2NuMisthkYr5YUfojQ0

We had a ton of fun doing this.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 26, 2018 7:01 am    Post subject: Ambient Space Sounds
Subject description: Here's another goodie
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https://open.spotify.com/album/4WeYsgHFdWIrnzgjssPun6?si=hdXZ_1kVQUqDWLRu3WPS0g

This is Ambient Space Sounds. Just me and a synth making some haunting and beautiful tracks. I really thought there was a lot of emotion captured in these tracks. They streamed fairly well for about a year and a couple of them still get some listens. This is a great album to put on for sleep - or if you like epic, ambient, space sounds.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MffRv6PUXhM&list=PLjiWJF83CBik6XxtNFBGaOLmBg8mO_OLo

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 31, 2018 10:49 am    Post subject: O.M.N.I.
Subject description: Next project!!
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Here's one I'm really proud of - O.M.N.I.

https://open.spotify.com/user/petersonentertainment/playlist/1cJveStmcBdmoM7RFrfsPv?si=xO2TRaSyT-uF0GXNMNHx-g

This started a long time ago, in a hippy-town far, far away.

It started when my friend Zach and I collaborated on a recording project I put out under my own name called Bump - https://open.spotify.com/album/2PaltbP3CRt8rncdw0Qqdp?si=UZdBAxL8Sx2vS3J903rD4g

This is also the same project that I met DJ Law on and even have DJ FlipFlip on it. Zach did some turntables, but we also did some samples, and he did some programming and we started messing around with effects. Most of that work is the 2nd half of the album. It was a precursor to NuFunk and Electrodub and we had no idea what we were doing other than trying to have fun and make music we liked.

A few years back we reconnected in Florida for about a week of intense recording. He had some beats and sketches, I had a couple of ideas and we laid down a bunch of horn and synth lines, and tried to develop some of the ideas more. He took the tracks back and worked on them for a year and one day... we out out the first O.M.N.I. recording: Harry's Psychedelicatessan. https://open.spotify.com/album/4nEHLVg312NDo2xLHpbfWu?si=o1LtGJDkSdyLsQs6aRLqjQ

I love this release - it's crushingly funky, got a ton of reggae influence and is electro-dubby all day. I also used some nice guitar pedals on my sax for all kinds of fun.

It's safe to say Zach got bit by the production bug and we were off to the races. Next we hooked up in Texas for album number two - Captain Funktion Vs the Brainwashed Hubron Elbards - https://open.spotify.com/album/4LNSjEXtLhvxokSyhOwcXU?si=D68J0SikTcyfIRu01zMjJg

By this time, Zach had written storylines for the recording, started to develop characters and took a much larger role in producing this recording. He also brought in Ben Hicock as partner in the group. Again he took the tracks back and worked his arrangement magic on them - although it didn't take a year. We also bounced a fair amount of files back and forth - overdubs, new tunes, etc... and Ben really added a lot.

And then came Laniru and Andar. I went up to Brooklyn, NY and spent five days in Chai-Fi studios squeezing out everything we could get - horns, synth, organ, vocals. We brought in a lot of guest artists. Some were a bust, some were a pain in the ass, and one I did back in Texas and sent the files on up to Zach. Wasn't too long before this album popped out and the story line continues. https://open.spotify.com/album/2dzMFxN9aBiEg84QdnGMLp?si=kAwnkNZGSxGB8a7FzumA6Q

Zach has about 20 tracks ready to go and will be down in Texas in June for the next installment. Looking forward to seeing what he's got and where we go with it. It's been a ton of fun working on this project, seeing it develop, bringing in another partner, guest artists. It's not just god music, it's fun, it's fulfilling, and we really care about it. Some of the ideas/tunes I've reworked a little and use them in my solo looping show, I've recorded a couple with other projects... it's just a good time.

We have our own youtube channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/musicomni

here's the compelte playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kr2_baqdk14&list=PLP7p5beCUDXw_eF5a1Bfn0U0IWdvVYONp

While we don't have videos for every tune up, we are occasionally making videos for all three releases. So it's fun to revisit the early stuff and try and get more ears and eyeballs on it. It's pretty creative and interesting.

If you like funky music, reggae, electro-dub, dub, etc... you should really dig this project.


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 07, 2018 5:20 pm    Post subject: Widespread Noise
Subject description: Next group - Noise noise noise!!!
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So this (so far) has just been a solo project. I call it Widespread Noise. It's really more of a catch-all for noise, ambient, avant-garde stuff that I can't really put out under my own name. I've got some my jazz and jazz related things out that I felt like I need to create something else to release different kinds of stuff.

This is intended to be wide ranging in what I'm going to present and it is intended to feature guest artists for collaborations.

Here's my spotify playlist: https://open.spotify.com/user/petersonentertainment/playlist/1x5pfAKw4dOALOURjqAyNH?si=i5vlAy6aS8qGXLQhNbqOUw

I've got two albums out:

Blackfly - which is a noise album using the Blackfly from Electro Faustus with some beats and filters provided by my kp3+.
https://open.spotify.com/album/25Pdh6JzuNJRBXSzaPtk1C?si=nS6Hz8AaRgS0DnrZqDsFTQ

Drone - this is something a little more open and created with the Electro Faustus "Drone Thing." https://open.spotify.com/album/0xxxG5mQD7HHPUHO8qzdu8?si=zMqyKDPaTvyxOw56j0xSXQ

So far, this project is a ton of fun as it's an exploration of tech and sound. Lots of newness and surprises. And there's the whole exploration of sound thing as well. I've got some more tech I'm experimenting with for other recording projects and hope to be getting back to those in a few months.

Here's the Youtube playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDbeku5etks&list=PLjiWJF83CBilkN-VWv293NL2YxKMUG6U7


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PostPosted: Sat May 05, 2018 9:55 am    Post subject: GrooveTronX
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GrooveTronX - www.groovetronx.com

This is currently my favorite electronic collaboration. We're a duo doing NuJazz/Livetronica. Some people have called it smooth jazz with an EDM beat. That's not quite accurate, but it's close enough.

My partner is Johnny Carrera on Laptop and guitar and me on sax, KP3+. KAOSS Pro, and some pedals.

My gear is sync'd to Ableton Live on the laptop and a guitar. We have some pre-programmed tracks that Johnny controls with Ableton. He triggers the different sections of the songs and we take turns playing over top as soloists and playing together. I'll do looping and sampling as a solo, underneath Johnny, and to lay down additional backing parts. Sometimes we get complex and sometimes it's simple.

Here's a great live video from several months back. We're opening up our show at Tacoland in San Antonio, TX.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=snxHEsYA-8s

We record a lot of our shows and release digital albums on a somewhat frequent basis.

Our first release is "Bright Lights, Big City" and is here on Spotify.
There's some boo-boos on here, but it was an early capture of some live jams that we were pretty happy with. I still enjoy this entire recording - mistakes included.
https://open.spotify.com/album/2Vsie95W6AosZqkCH3jEfq?si=4H829hFyRl67hzrh88yJFA


Our 2nd release "Electric Aesthetic" https://open.spotify.com/album/6C84SLw2bfnmbTTkP10iPz?si=YeqAH7ziTOilNEbaByO4wA
is clearly better in terms of familiarity. Still sounds great, lots of interplay, new tunes, and 100% live. I spent weeks listening to this over and over in the car.

The most recent release "GrooveTronX: NuJazz at the Tobin Center" is our favorite so far. This was a live performance for the Texas Star Awards at the Tobin Center in San Antonio. We really stretch out on these tracks and have some supreme moments (in our opinion). https://open.spotify.com/album/6CdDn1Lbl19utMT7Mxj7yw?si=X9NvkjfDRgu2vWxI2LaEvw

All in all - this is very much smooth jazz/easy listening/electronic music. We dig it quite a bit, we have a musical residency playing 3 times at month at Halcyon in the Southtown neighborhood that we've had for over a year. And now that I've pretty much stopped touring, we're going to push this project more. We also bring lights and a visual projection to add interest to what we're doing. This is a great background thing, with enough going on for people to focus in and really listen and sometimes people get up and dance.

I don't know where this is going exactly, but I know we'll be doing it for quite awhile.


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PostPosted: Tue May 08, 2018 7:44 am    Post subject: New videos for Widespread Noise
Subject description: keeping current
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I'm always working on producing content. And while it's awesome to post my blasts from the past on here; I really wanted to be posting new things.

But I think some context and history is always a good thing - so I started with some older stuff. as a music fan, I've always a enjoyed hearing bands/artists develop (even if I didn't like the "new" stuff).

And while spring in Texas is a very busy time for me, my obligations are winding down and it's back to content creation! Yay! Of course I have all the usual stuff: twitter, facebook, instagram, google+, tumblr, spotify, youtube, etc... but it's fun to have a new place to post my goodies, or in this case, noisies.

Here's two new videos from Widespread Noise off of the Drone release. I really enjoy going back and working on videos for these things as it forces me to get back INTO the music. It's not the same as listening. It's really working on and with the music. I get to rediscover the sounds, remember the creative moments, and evaluate how it came out. These days, there's a lot of joy in that. I love new sound toys and making all kinds of music.

Enjoy these noisy clips. All made with the Drone Thing from Electro-Faustus.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zlGhxeTMqWg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYovXqd1eyw

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PostPosted: Wed May 09, 2018 10:53 am    Post subject: New OMNI Video
Subject description: new stuff
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The newest video from O.M.N.I. - Runnin'

Keeping up with the new stuff... this is a basic stepper. Really love the groove and the backing horns. Had some fun with the video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CqL0s1wVLU0

Reggae/Electro/Electrodub/Raggamuffin/roots - an eclectic electric mix.

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PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2018 8:51 pm    Post subject: Looping
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Here's my first live looping recording.

https://open.spotify.com/album/47LweoFal8BUtPz8HwfAEx?si=wPbgB0W2ReWSgBvs3CIe3g

I call it the Solo Sax Sessions. This was my first looper (that I kept) the RC-50 along with some effects pedals. I have some Tropical jasm, jazz, blues, rock, Latin, African, and a couple of jams written specifically for loop station. I had a lot of fun writing and arranging these tunes for loop station and had performed them hundreds of times all across the U.S. before recording them.

The recording itself was a pretty lo-fi, "project studio" but the performances are ferocious. I still enjoy listening to this project. Some of these are really great. And it's unedited, all live, all done in one session, and all just me.

Here's the official youtube playlist for the album: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFGRUsxyGbQ&list=PLjiWJF83CBikPskxU133UVumzfHj-t87f

Here's the first year of live videos from me doing my loop station thing. A lot of the same tunes, but early on: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLehzEN8ghs&list=PLjiWJF83CBimVEiv2T9qwUlArlBFJsi1e

Here's the next batch after adding some new tech: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AfZ2LBDXJXE&list=PLjiWJF83CBikVK0Tsg1BmMdxTdnQjAUzr

Here's another batch of videos from shows around the U.S., Looping festivals, new tunes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HtugP5cQJVE&list=PLjiWJF83CBimTiBbXN4iUuNlvZmNOLc0S

Pretty crazy....

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PostPosted: Sun May 27, 2018 10:37 am    Post subject: Baseline 120: Electro Jams
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I do like to make music. All kinds. I've been messing around with and listening to electronic music across a wide spectrum for quite a while.

Mostly the listening comes from friends who are hard-core fans of artists or genres or into a scene. I just ride the wave for whatever the current flavor of the month is. And since I'm always messing around with devices, I get a fair amount of discovery going on, plus my bandmates, plus my noise peeps.

I was on a break at a show on Thursday and a guy at a bar asked me what I listen to. I said mostly to whatever I'm working on at the moment. He and his buddy didn't like that answer... one dude even muttered "you don't have a radio." In my mind I'm thinking, "Sheesh dude, why did you even ask? Why don't you just tell me what you like to listen to?" I've been thinking about that over the weekend and unless my wife is in the car. I don't listen to the radio. She can only take listening to the same thing over and over so long. But I'm trying to get songs in my head, get ready for recording, trying to come up with ideas, get focused on things, listening for what worked and what didn't. And how to employ technology in in the music.

Which brings us to Baseline 120: Electro Jams. I've got a KP3+ and KAOSS PRO that I used in GrooveTronX (www.grovoetronx.com). I've also, until recently, not had any time to get into my new DAW - Adobe Audition. I'm not really one of those guys that's like, "I've gotta get my 3 hours of practice in today!" In the moments that I have to "practice" I prefer to do. And I believe learning by doing is the best way when time is precious.

And I could stand to be more familiar with my gear. Always. So I plugged in my two pads and thought I should get familiar with them and Adobe Audition at the same time. I thought it best to set some parameters to limit myself so I didn't get overwhelmed. 120 BPM, no additional gear - just the 2 pads, try to not use the same beat or sounds and don't make an epic recording of 20 tracks. So I took a few nights and knocked out this jam.

Really enjoying the Pads, but finding limits that are creatively frustrating although the two of them together are robust and I find I hardly ever use the many, many filters on the KP3. I should work on that. Really liking Adobe Audition - pretty simple to get it up and running and I have yet to really dive into it. But very much liking where I'm at with it now and looking forward to getting much more into it.

The result: An EP of 120 BPM jams. There's some hooks, some electro-noise. All in all, I dig it. There's a couple of wicked lines buried here and there. Kinda trance-like in the repetition and arpeggios. Everything is loop based. Enjoy!

https://open.spotify.com/album/0xvIMI4prLhEmBXu2HmRZI?si=sqDE2M1XSU6au5dNxsak2A

Youtube: [url]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJHred3IXNo&index=4&list=OLAK5uy_m-D68Y5iOBYDmx7ZBeymdipRAYl3TMyt8[/url]


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PostPosted: Tue May 29, 2018 6:18 am    Post subject: More GrooveTronX
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One of the things we're doing with GrooveTronX (www.groovetronx.com) is recording many of our live shows and releasing cuts from them. Most of these come from our residency at Halcyon, but we do play other spots here and there.

Our latest release is "Night Grooves."
https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/groovetronx4

It's fun for us to put out so much material. It's also fun to listen to the work develop. And we don't have a ton of redundancy of material at this point. Although if we keep this up we're going to be the Grateful Dead of Nu Jazz.

What I like most about this recording is how much I'm using the KAOSS Pads. I'm getting more comfortable with them. Still need a lot more work with them to be fluid and speedy. It's also got a lot of streched out jams. 6 tunes and it's over an hour of music.

https://open.spotify.com/album/0zn8mwhfO3ksrUwUxTieeA?si=6maxTRJ3Rmiudmp-kB7aQA


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PostPosted: Wed May 30, 2018 6:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

wow, no replies and not even a welcome, let me fix that first.

welcome party!

ok now to listen to some of the music,..

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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2018 12:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Thank you!
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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2018 1:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

I listened to "Dr. Wax & Sax" last night which is great Very Happy I found myself tapping my feet, bopping my head
and increasing the volume throughout. I often don't like sax but I definitely liked this!

I am currently enjoying O.M.N.I. banana

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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2018 1:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Love it!!! I'm not your typical sax player. And I like working with people that get me into stuff that's different.
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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2018 9:19 pm    Post subject: DJ Law
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Here's some stuff from DJ Law aka the original DJ Law aka Dr. Wax aka The Turntable Jedi.

This dude is ridiculous....super talented, super amazing. And he dabbles in all kinds of stuff.

Here's two of his singles: House This Sucka and Smokey Daze.

https://open.spotify.com/track/5B0sI15tAEOOmxJCs8JeYd?si=mVg1W77xRdOFz3nfRfXYMQ

https://open.spotify.com/track/1VF1JwssZNnENvQz1rUde5?si=7KyrSptgRWe3iwe61m0k1w

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSSdpd06SEU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KCiMUOCR7KU

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 08, 2018 8:15 am    Post subject: A Little Bit of Noise, A Little Bit of Funk
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For the past few years, I've felt like I've grown "stale." I'm sure most of you who have been doing this for a while know what I'm talking about. It's tough to feel like you're producing something new and interesting sometimes. Although when I record and listen back to some of the good ol' "moldy oldies" I'm usually pleased with how not old and stale it is. It usually sounds pretty tight and fresh. So that helps with performance. But it doesn't satisfy.

To help with this, rather than delve into some method which involves pushing myself into new spaces or disciplining my self to a regimen which forces me to create, I've chosen to collaborate. Kinda the lazy way to do it, but kinda the better way as well. After all, somebody else and their influence is gonna pull a lot more outta me than I'm ever gonna pull outta myself. And I've got a handful of fun and creative bandmates who are more than happy to get down and get ridiculous. And that helps tremendously.

For the first of these, I brought in my bandmate from West Kings Highway (70s covers and original band - www.westkingshighway.com) Matt Wolff. He brought over an electronic drum kit and just wanted to jam. I'm like - okay but I'm gonna record it, I've got a couple of things I want to try and let's just see where things go. So....we plugged in and out popped this little gem.

"A Little Bit of Noise, A Little Bit of Funk."

https://open.spotify.com/album/03RawAqs1iiQKDbX1tEXYb?si=82S49JTBTiWVftVuADVlEg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XxBHGGBZgKM&list=PL6Smmr9DC7Xz1y_J23hMs09tU3i7qpKE_


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 11, 2018 11:52 am    Post subject: new videos
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I've been laid up for the past week or so with a stomach bug and the subsequent medications. I've been forcing myself to rest, take things easy, not really get into much of anything. But the boredom is epic...

So I knocked out a couple of quick videos for some recent projects:

This is "Too Funky For Words" off of A Little Bit of Noise a Little Bit of Funk set to some dope surfing footage.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sVXT169uino


This is "Champagne Kisses" off of Baseline 120: Electro Jams set to some breakdance battle footage from the 2017 Queen of the South contest.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IcpDotL0rKE

Enjoy!

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