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Music theory and music technology teacher based in London. Founder of Zeros and Ones.

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Music theory and music technology teacher based in London. Founder of Zeros and Ones.

A breakthrough for me as a musician, and particularly as a composer, was when I stopped imagining harmony in rigid frameworks. The first instrument I excelled at to some degree was the guitar (being a fairly average pianist), and that had a great impact on the way I thought about chords.  Continue reading...

Richard D. James, better known as Aphex Twin, an artists whose musical output is unparalleled in its almost obnoxious attitude, coupled with being truly beautiful, at moments humorous, other worldly and of a technical level oh-so-many producers aspire to grasp at.  Continue reading...

Right from the start, I knew I wanted to get my modular working with my computer. I imagined all the possibilities of running MIDI to a from my system, using Reaktor, Ableton Live, OSC… all that stuff.   Continue reading...

If you caught our eurorack introduction and have the bug to start embarking on your own system, then you’re in the right place. If you didn’t, I do highly recommend reading it, as some of the terminology in this will be more properly explained in the first part.  Continue reading...