- 1. Berlin Ostbahnhof 4.18 213 plays
- 2. One day ft. Kirsty Hawkshaw [disquiet0011-motoring] 5.02 212 plays 132.0 BPM
- 3. Jazzy Macys ( w original rec ) [disquiet0038-asrealasitgets2] 1.26 249 plays
- 4. Qenyn 3.32 35 plays
- 5. Liverpool Street (disquiet0005-layer) 4.32 156 plays
- 6. Reverie in rain [disquiet0064-halflive] 1.00 72 plays
- 7. M 7.54 35 plays
- 8. Aeolyne 8.45 109 plays
- 9. CS01 [disquiet0030-nonsilent] 2.32 99 plays
- 10. Hell and Beck [Disquiet Junto Project 0035: Reading Beck] 4.09 234 plays
- 11. Bugs in the Nowaki [disquiet0039-remixingnowaki] 4.54 109 plays
- 12. Last But One [disquiet0045-sherlocksawyer] 1.48 94 plays
- 13. Icelandic Landscapes 6.43 51 plays
- 14. Sense The Wind [disquiet0071-windmusic] 1.09 61 plays
I use Soundcloud mainly as a place to store musical / sonic experiments and field recordings, so pls dont expect too much polish!
I often use Pure data to achieve some of the unusual or interactive work I do. However I'm not purist about it and combine many approaches including using Cubase and Ableton Live / Max for Live.
A bit about me :
Robert Thomas is a composer, music producer and interactive music programmer who has worked across a range of media for over 10 years.
He is currently Chief Creative Officer at Reality Jockey Ltd, a company he joined in 2009. RjDj was founded in 2008 by Michael Breidenbrucker, one of the co-founders of Last.fm.
Here Robert has been a part of the team that created the innovative iPhone applications RjDj, Dimensions and Inception the App. Robert’s role at RjDj involves music composition, production and programming. He is also extensively involved in user experience design and product design of the apps.
He has worked with Imogen Heap, Hans Zimmer, Air, Carl Craig, Little Boots, Bookashade, Jimmy Edgar, Chiddy Bang, Console, Sophie Barker and Kirsty Hawkshaw.
From 2005 to 2009 he founded Dizzy Banjo, a small music production company which provided music for a wide range of clients including Nintendo/Curve Studios, Revlon, Czech National Radio, Mexico Tourist Board, Costa Rica Tourist Board, and Princeton University.
Many of these projects were music for radio, advertising, and video games. Robert also worked on a number of sound installation projects during this time. Notably providing music production and technical sound engineering assistance to the sound artist Leanda Brass for her sound artwork accompanying the first holographic portrait of HRH Queen of England.
He also created a number of very unusual virtual 3d interactive music installations. The included commissions for interactive works by Princeton University and the pioneering Parsec project, which converted VOIP software into a 3d interactive multiplayer musical game. He also created the first soundtrack to an online 3d presence of a country – commissioned by Mexico Tourist Board.
Prior to Dizzy Banjo, Robert was part of the duo The Dunes, with the singer songwriter Sarah-Jane Taylor, briefly with Dave Rowntree’s (Blur) ‘Transistor Project’ label. They played a number of venues around the London area and were planning an album. After The Dunes went their separate ways, Robert did a short course in media composition, under Peter Howell (Radiophonic Workshop). Before completion of the course he was already composing professionally for web and advertising.