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Maral

 
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Maral is the last real evolutionary step I did until recording Evolutions itself: Moving from computer-based interfaces to a real sequencer and keyboard. It’s from the same tape as the uncut recording of Evolution, done in 1993. At this point I was allready using the Wavestation and the DR660 drumcomputer.

Overlook Hotel

 
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... and the next step: Just before I started using real sequencer-software for the first time, enabling me to do real-time recordings, I bought my first Keyboard, the Yamaha PSS790 and a great FX processor: The Boss SE50.

Data Transmission

 
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This one’s not only one of my favourite Kobayashi Maru productions but one of the best tracks period, I think. I don’t know why, but here everything fits together - dark lyrics about an over-technological world, really *electronic* sounds and the computer voice (from the Commodore Amiga) - it simply works. So it was no wonder, that I choose this as the final track for my first live performance.

It does sound a bit like Clock DVA, but unlike Circle of Evil it wasn’t meant to be a rip off, it simply ended up that way. And it still got enough of my own character in it anyway.

Brot fuer die Jugend

 
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Brot für die Jugend
Stahl für den Sudan!

Kernkraftwerk (Live At Gemjam)

 
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Der Killergaertner (Live)

 
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DJ Ottic and I wrote this one together - it's about a gardener going on a killing spree all around the neighbourhood.

Stahltanz

 
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Bridges
Cities
made of steel!

Technische Probleme

 
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And that's what my part of the gig started like - with a crashed mt-32. :)

Jump The Roman (live)

 
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Oh boy... What a stupid tune... Hehe...

Okay, we all know that artists take their inspirations from big issues. They write poems about love and sing about the earth - all the deep stuff, right?

Dive (Live)

 
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Still Stephan's music, with a little sound design work by me.

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