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Marvin:
Peter, it's truly exciting to connect with you for this interview. 'Jetzt weiß ich wie' has been a hidden gem for many many years, and it's about to be shared with the world. Can you take us back to the moment when this track was created, and what inspired you to bring it to light after all these years?

Peter:
Marv, thanks for reaching out - I'm really happy to be able to release this piece on your label. This track was created on a…
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Happy new year!

Patching Flowers started in 2020 and has grown to be the home of multiple artists and styles of music.
We have more art that we want to show you which also goes beyond the digital realm. For this we want to try a support membership through which we can provide more content than we would normally publish.
With the subscription you will get all past and future releases, exclusive releases, access to exclusive cassette releases, sample packs, artwork and more.<…
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Hey friends,

Sometimes we drift into paths we couldn't be aware of. I remember that I wasn't. Now, from my retrospective, I can say I'm happy that my life has shifted so much. I searched for orientation and finally found it. Since then, I haven't left the track... hehe.

This album originally released on October 21, 2020.

Thank you so much for listening with wide ears and an open heart.

Piet


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I hope you're all doing well!

Since the release of the album I have been recording some pieces with the ARP Odyssey. I completely reworked my workflow, too:

Working with four speakers is new to me. Over the past few months I built four speakers, a gestural controller to move sound around spatially and some PureData patches that act as effects and mixers. The tracks I'd like to show you are a result of building and working with these tools for the first time. Es…
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Past Bedtime is a collection of tracks recorded in the photo lab, a continuation of "Lullabies for Friends" by Yethiel.

This album contains 2 hours of drone, tonal patterns and timbre experimentation with a single Volca Modular. Looping was achieved with a BOSS RC-1 looper. Warmth and distortion was provided by a Cloninger tube gain. The last track is an exception, it features the Ouroboros Electronics Alea.

The album …
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