"Panic", 10" record pressing on Unmapped North
Pittsburgh, PA, 2012
A Composite of Assorted Organs and Dull Electricity (clip):
UNMAP02 A1(clip)
The Glass Staircase is Slowly Collapsing (clip):
UNMAP02 A2(clip)
From Whence it Came (Part 1) (clip):
UNMAP02 B1(clip)
From Whence it Came (Part 2) (clip):
UNMAP02 B2(clip)


"The Emperor's Champion", 10" record pressing on Unmapped North
Pittsburgh, PA, 2010
Abhor the Witch, Destroy the Witch (clip):
UNMAP01 A1(clip)
Uphold the Honor of the Emperor (clip):
UNMAP01 A2(clip)
Accept Any Challenge, No Matter the Odds (clip):
UNMAP01 B1(clip)
Suffer Not the Unclean to Live (clip):
UNMAP01 B2(clip)


"Generation RX 2", double cassette compilation on No Room for Talent
Akron, Oh, 2009
Cut Out The Eye That Looked Away:
Cut Out The Eye That Looked Away


"Breakcore in America", CD compilation on Reject Records
Detroit, MI, 2007
Planeteater:
Planeteater


"Circuits of Steel 2", double CD compilation on SSS Productions
Pittsburgh, PA, 2007
Two


"Wigsplitter", net release on MP3DEATH, 2005:
Engineered Plague, Battlemage, Defective, Tournament Level, Racquetball


"Sidetracked", double 12" compilation on Mode of Proof Records
Detroit, MI, 2004
Blastastic, Domecrusher


"Circuits of Steel", double CD compilation on SSS Productions
Pittsburgh, PA, 2002
Hot Summer Nights


VS series with Pixel Stalin, 3 inch CD series,
Pittsburgh, PA, 2002
8CYLINDER vs Pixel Stalin, Version 1, Version 2


 

All of these gameboy audio programs were written in C and inline assembly. Compiled and built with GBDK. Programs can be run on Gameboy hardware or software emulator.


Sludgeon2
Download the latest version View the Sludgeon2 README

 


Sludgeon
Download the final version View the Sludgeon README


Faderfox Jr.
Download the latest version View the Faderfox JR README

 
 


Shittracker
No download available yet View the Shittracker README

 


Pounder
Download the latest version View the Pounder README


User Constrained Brownian Noise Generator
Download the final version View the UCBN README


 

The Manual Drive Tape Player is a device that allows a user to manually play an audio tape at speeds other than the nominal rate. The Manual Drive Tape Player is comprised of 2 parts: the deck and the crank, both of which are derived from 1 old Sony Walkman and about $5 worth of parts. The audio from the headphone jack can be run into any amplifier, mixer, or computer.

 

The deck is made by removing the motor and gears that spin the spindles, as well as removing the spindles themselves [the motor and gears can be thrown away, but NOT the spindles: those are used later]. It is important to leave the mechanism that moves the tape head into and out of place in tact [in other words, leave the Play mechanism alone].

The crank is made from a simple casement window crank [about $3 at a hardware store]. One of the spindles removed from the deck is turned upside down and mounted on the bottom of the crank. Modelling putty from a game or hobby store works well and is fairly cheap. Once complete, put in a tape, insert the crank into the tape as shown in the first picture above, press Play to move the tape head into place, and spin the crank.


 

Added six toggle bends, four button bends, five potentiometer bends, and two 1-to-n body contact bends. Sample available here.

 


 

Added seven potentiometer bends and two toggle bends. The resulting form factor would no longer fit inside the original DS-1 stomp enclosure, so it was moved to a project box. The stomp switch was replaced with a simple button. Samples available here [Yamaha DX200 pattern source] and here [Electribe ES-1 source].


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