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Hello, dear Stranger!

"I am playing synthesizers…"

… well, at least what is left of those ancient beasts since the early days of the dawning Electronic Age. Here, you can download some of my songs.

You may also listen to Full Bucket Music at

I have developed several VST synthesizer plug-ins – look for them in the vst section.

Please give me some feedback!

Tracks

All tracks were recorded in the Full Bucket Studios.

Vapoorish New!
Vaporwave.
Recorded "live" in 2016 together with Wolfgang (guitar) and Witold (bass).
my contribution to the KVR One Synth Challenge #88.
Completely done with TAL NoiseMaker.
Electronic Grunge including vocals (!)
Something different than my usual stuff.
Downtempo.
Recorded "live" in 2016, just my ESX, my new Streichfett, and me. No post-processing, overdubs, nor cheating.
my contribution to the KVR One Synth Challenge #81.
Completely done with Oxe FM.
my contribution to the KVR One Synth Challenge #79. A humble bow to the master, Hideki Matsutake.
Completely done with Lokomotiv.
The first track I did with my daughter – she composed and played the melodies, I just did the remaining stuff.
All synths sounds are generated by Full Bucket Music VSTs.
Electronica.
Recorded "live" in 2015, just me and my Korg Electribe ESX. No post-processing, overdubs, nor cheating.
(4'31'' / 4.1MB)
easy listening electro pop.
Featuring my new LP clone.
(10'40'')
@ SoundCloud
Downtempo/chillout session together with Witold (bass).
Electric bass + Roland VK8 + Juno Di + Korg Electribe SX. This is it.
my contribution to the KVR One Synth Challenge #67.
Completely done with Digits VST.
my contribution to the KVR One Synth Challenge #62.
Completely done with polyIblit.
chillout Electronica.
Lots of sounds from Nabla, the blooo, the scrooo, and Mono/Fury.
Drum samples are vitalized by the Frequency Shifter.
classic Electronica.
Completely done with the Nabla plus a few effects.
(4'06'' / 3.9MB)

(4'02'' / 3.9MB)
classic Electronica (recorded back in 1986).
For these two rusty buckets I solely used a Mono/Poly and a DeltaLab JR 1050 Effectron digital delay (to be honest that was almost all I had at that time). Recording was done on a friend's Yamaha four-track cassette recorder (no ping-pong, just overdubbing). Unfortunately, today I only have the "master mix" left (on cassette and in mono), so sorry for the poor sound quality. To refurbish the recordings I used some decent EQing and reverb.
(2'50'' / 2.6MB)
a short classitronical composition.
I revived my K2000VP for it and added some VST stuff.
classic Electronica.
Recorded "live" in 2013, performed on my beloved Korg Mono/Poly plus a simple stereo delay & reverb.
experimental Electronica.
Pure analog stuff... recorded in 1985 using my Korg Mono/Poly (in two instances).
classic Electronica.
Pure analog stuff... recorded "live" in 1987 on a simple cassette tape using a Korg Mono/Poly and a Crumar Bit One.
(5'28'' / 5.3MB)
classic Electronica.
Completely done with the deputy Mark II plus a few effects.
(3'30'' / 3.4MB)
something completely different!
composed & recorded in Malvern, PA.
(7'36'' / 7.3MB)
classic Electronia.
composed & recorded in Malvern, PA.
(5'13'' / 5.0MB)
part two of the sonic odyssey.
Completely done with the scrooo plus a few effects.
(3'27'' / 3.3MB)
classic Electronica.
Completely done with the scrooo plus a few effects.
(4'11'' / 4.1MB)
go dance to his Master's Clock!
Done with the Mono/Fury, the blooo, Radias, and ersdrums.
(4'07'' / 4.0MB)
composed in '85, re-recorded in 2010.
Completely done with the Mono/Fury plus a few effects.
(4'26'' / 4.3MB)
classic Electronica.
Completely done with the blooo plus a few effects.
(4'00'' / 3.8MB)
composed in '87, re-recorded in 2010.
Completely done with the blooo plus a few effects.
(4'19'' / 4.2MB)
a fancy 80's electro-disco tune.
Vintage sounds from Radias and some VSTIs.
(7'01'' / 6.7MB)
powerful Prog Rock tune.
Vintage sounds from VK-8, Radias, RP-X, and some VSTIs.
(4'47'' / 4.6MB)
Genesis – Resurrection – Initiation.
Not really music… but an acoustic impression in three movements.
(4'55'' / 4.7MB)
remix of two classic Spys of Nuts tunes.
Featuring Nicole Bœuf (yes, the voice of Das Omen!) and Thomas Bœuf on guitar.
(4'26'' / 4.1MB)
it's a bit like looking back on the old days…
(9'07'' / 8.6MB)
old school Electronica – uncut – 9 minutes sequencing & sfx.
This tune is solely done with the Korg Radias.
(4'02'' / 3.9MB)
Prog Rock instrumental again, 7/8 is a must.
This tune is solely done with freeware VST instruments.
(4'20'' / 4.2MB)
a heavy cooperation with Ingo S. (aka 16 Tons).
(4'58'' / 4.8MB)
sit down, relax, and take a virtual trip around the Swinging City.
(7'25'' / 7.1MB)
acient Electronica style. How to go to the Moon? Directly, EOR, or even LOR?
For you synth freaks out there: This song contains some (externally triggered) "Poly Mode" arpeggiating of the Korg Mono/Poly.
(4'42'' / 4.5MB)
sequences you back to the Eighties. Argh, I can hear a guitar!
(6'37'' / 6.4MB)
very dynamic Prog Rock instrumental.
(5'24'' / 5.2MB)
criminal dance floor.
(2'54'' / 2.8MB)
this Acid Jazz song is my personal answer to something we really don't need.
(3'31'' / 3.4MB)
a neat little song – not too fast, just a few sounds (listen to the Mellotron) and rhythmical hiccups.
(3'55'' / 3.8MB)
started as a fun project – and ended in fun. Enjoy its serious atmosphere.
The scream is sampled from a rotten computer game.
(5'55'' / 5.7MB)
Prog Rock instrumental – many vintage sounds.
(7'15'' / 7.0MB)
a very groovy and mystic tune – includes vocoder choirs.
(8'04'' / 7.8MB)
the final space odyssey. Comes in two parts: "prelude" and "can't hear you for some reason".
Thanks to NASA for Apollo radio transmission samples.

On all these songs I played the following instruments:

  • Korg Mono/Poly
  • Korg Radias
  • Korg Electribe SX
  • Kurzweil K2000VP
  • EMU Vintage Keys Plus
  • GEM RP-X
  • Digitech Talker
  • Yamaha APX-7 guitar
  • LP & Strat clone electric guitars
  • Several free VST instruments
Some musical links:
Fine acoustic experienced Friends:
last updated: September 15, 2016 by the Bucket