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The past:
Gradual Isolation
   
GRADUAL ISOLATION was founded in 1990, There's no precise date when GRADUAL ISOLATION (the name and the music) ended, but our musical activities became too far diverted from the original GRADUAL ISOLATION concept to justify the continuance of this name somewhere in 1996.

More about Gradual Isolation
Including MP3's of the good old days.
   
 
My music now
 
  Unfortunately, due to lack of time in the past few years my musical activities have been on hold for a while. Now that time is on my side again, I am expanding my horizon and feel myself inspired by Modern Jazz ... if you know the German "Compost" label, you know what I mean. So, hopefully soon a new project with my good old Gradual Isolation friend "Fil" ... or someone yet unknown ... or both, will arise.  
   
My music future
    Many plans are in my head, so many things are about to come. When things to come, come closer to being finished, you can read it right here.
   
Gear list

Korg Mono/Poly : 4 oscillator monophonic/polyfonic analog synthesizer
Akai VX600 : 6 voice (12 oscillator) polyfonic multitimbral analog synthesizer
Kurzweil K2000R-s : Rack version of the K2000 sampler/workstation with sample option and 10MB sample ram.
used in conjunction with a ZIP-plus drive and internal 40MB Harddisk
Roland W30 : Sampler/workstation
Bass-guitar : Used for sampling (i can't play that darn thing)
Roland DEP3 : Digital effects processor
Homebuilt digital delay : Delay 8-506 milliseconds
Homebuilt quad mono-in / stereo-out distorter : Uses different germanium transistor for left & right channel
Homebuilt flanger : Elektor design
Roland M-160 : 16 channel line mixer
Cubase VST : runs on a 225 MHz PC
   

Downloads / Tips

W30 stereo sampling tip

So, you think the W30 canít do stereo sampling ?
Youíre wrong, it CAN do stereo sampling, read how...

W30 Free sampledisk downloads

Download here

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