Tuesday, February 21, 2017

New Alias

From this day forward, I will be known as Disc Lord: lord of the discs. It'll just take some time to update the graphics on my media outlets.

So yeah, Clayton Greens is no longer with us.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

What's Up?

Not a whole lot, at the moment. Despite a tracker module here and there, my artistic output has been quite limited. I do plan on doing a reupload of "Songs From the Diskette, VOL. 1", a tracker module mix, on my Mixcloud page with a better sounding master and improved artwork. I'll be sure to post that when it's ready. I'm still building up mental concepts of what could be unique compositions and such for when I get the microstudio set up. In the meantime, here's another module that I recently released:

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Microstudio Equipment Checklist

Over the last few months, I've been accumulating devices that would enable me to assemble a better production workstation. I thought it'd be neat to come up with a list with all of the devices, thus far.

Here's what I got:
(2x) Technics SL-1210 MK2 w/ Shure M44G Cartridge
DJ-Tech DIF-1S DJ Mixer
Yamaha DX100 FM Synthesizer
MFOS Soundlab Mini-Synth
Electro Harmonix 8 Step Program (CV Sequencer)
Digidesign M Box 2 (Audio/MIDI Interface)
Alesis Q49 MIDI Keyboard
Native Instruments Maschine
Gemini iKey
Sony MDR-V6 Headphones

What I Plan to Get:
Ableton Live 9 Standard
Novation Launchpad
Some sort of studio monitors

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Electro Dungeon: 5 Years

Oh crap, that was a week ago. Anyhoo, it's cool that I've somewhat kept this thing up for so long. Still liking the design overhaul. More mediocrity to come!

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Monday, June 20, 2016

The Ones & Twos

Just nabbed my first pair of Technics turntables. Glorious 1210s.

Saturday, March 26, 2016

My Current PC Experiences

As of now, I have a laughable gaming computer. It's a hack build that I've thrown together from spare parts acquired through various channels. Let's take a peek at the specs:

Intel Core 2 Duo E7300
Nvidia GeForce 9500GT (ugh)
500GB WD Blue HDD
Intel DG35EC Desktop Board
Diablotek 300W (80+ Lead) Power Supply
All housed in an overkill Ultra Etorque A5 case (TigerDirect $20 steal)

Right now, I can just get Minecraft to hold 60fps with reasonably high settings.

Once I have some more cash to blow, I'm probably gonna by a used pair of 4GB GTX 670s and run them in SLI; it'll be almost as powerful as a 980 for half the price. I'll probably get a compatible AM3+ motherboard and and a decent AMD FX processor. An EVGA modular power supply will run the whole show. We'll have to see how it turns out.