The majority of the migration is done. Some of the artist portfolios are being rebuild to use HTML5 instead of Flash for media. That should be wrapped in the next week or so, but as always, I find myself wanting to go back and touch things up. There will likely be some re-masters, plus some new stuff including album versions of my recent film music. Continue reading
We are migrating to a WordPress based site. While the Flash-based Frequency Response site designed by Rob Miller from Loophole served well for many years, it is time to move to a responsive design that will play well with today’s devices.
Frequency Response is still available in an archived form. Play it here.
More to come…
Vol. I, No. 2
by Free Love Ensemble
320kbps mp3 audio.
The second FLE performance.
January 15, 1997
©+℗ 1997, 2009 by Mystery Cabal (ASCAP).
All rights reserved.
DJ Martin – Tables
Jesse Woods – Bass
Brandon Vaccaro – Guitar
Brad Breek – Drums
Codes & Cyphers
by Invisible College Quartet
These recordings were compiled from two different live performances:
8 Nov 2007
8 May 2008
These performances were part of the Sound.scapes Presented by Mystery Cabal series at Object + Thought gallery in Denver, CO.
10 tracks – 76 Minutes
320kbps MP3 audio files.
(which might also be called Studies in Modern American Temple Architecture)
for Guitar-Computer-Amplifier and String Quartet
By Brandon Vaccaro with the Tosca String Quartet
a. A place to wipe your feet and wash your hands
II. 1st Point
a. Arrivals and Departures (Images of ships and the Sea)
III. 2nd Point
a. Passage I – A Hall of Mirrors (Images of Fire and a Desert)
IV. 3rd Point
a. Another Passage (with a window that overlooks a lake)
b. Endless Circles (Falsely so-called)
c. A Door that is a Door
d. A Small Anteroom (in which a large number of things happen very quickly)
e. A Door that is not a Door.
f. A Passage that is also a Circle
a. Departures (A Culmination of the 1st Point)
b. A memory
Leigh, Tracy, Ames, and Sara for your hard work and great performance.
Conrad Kehn, Daniel Kellogg, JZ, Michael Theodore, Paul Riola, Scott Scholz,
and Jesse Woods for listening, commenting, and otherwise offering important
Les, Mark, and Don for a smooth session and great sounds.
by S. Lyn Goeringer & Brandon Vaccaro
Things that we like, but that have nothing to do with this album: ice melting, trains colliding, metal rusting, various scrapings and scratchings, phase interference, psycho-acoustic confusion, tantric sex, buzzing and clicking like various entities from the nether regions, Brrrrrrrrrrp. p! zzzzzzzrrrrrrr . . .
This recording contains loud and prolonged hi-frequency sounds that can hurt your ears. Adjust your volume appropriately.
And don’t stare at the sun.