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22 hours of December shows - plus 2021 Festive 50 arriving from Christmas day.

Artist Info

Zyklus

Powered by Audioscrobbler™Zyklus is about spontaneity. Room for error. Feedback loops and chaos. Unlike most forms of electronic music, Zyklus create freeform sound, where environmental and chance factors are captured within a narrow time frame. Focussed, yet free to follow any path offered.

Soundscapes are accomplished by using intuitive, tactile - and temperamental - equipment. Analogue synthesisers and effects allow the creation of individual sounds to become liquid - even during performance - and always having a microphone or short wave radio attached to the system allows outside forces to influence the proceedings. All the equipment has been heavily modified to gain access to every aspect of their sound.

As feedback is an essential ingredient in the mix, the creation of each piece is a fine balance between keeping enough level in the system to yield an output but not so much that the sound become saturated. Careful enveloping and filtering of the feedback level is kept in motion by a chain of gates that step sequences, samples and oscillators, which themselves may be triggering other sequences and oscillations, which may in turn be contributing to another sequence... you get the picture.

The audible and voltage outputs of each unit are capable of being applied to the inputs of any other and with their output influencing the amount of level being applied elsewhere, a huge complexity evolves, one which only requires the smallest change to modify the mood or pace.

NB. No computers are used or harmed during the making of this Music.
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