adrian belew's blog
Thanks for showing Trent’s Butt Probe. Though it looks like it could use a cleaning.
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he knows what's best for yooooooooDan(I love that song)P.S. Pretty impressive set-up. Where's the on/off switch?
Love what both you and Mr. Reznor are doing as of late. IMHO the only thing missing from Year Zero was the sounds of Mr Belew. Oh and to all those smarties out there, Mr. Reznor has provided all the .wav files for YZ to mix. nin.com, So you too can play a day in the life (Cali Hills location, Synth's, Belew noodles, tea and eats not included)
Hi Adrian!Thank you very very much for the inside on nin's 'inner life'! It's an interesting reading and I really loved the faux fab british bit )) Do hope for more to come soon! Looks like you all had great time, so I guess there ought to be some funny episodes and anecdotes that you could tell us ;) Or some interesting bits on all the people involved, on creative process - how did it feel? I believe it's a bit hard to play ten hours in a row unless there's something happening that completely blows your mind and gives energy and inspiration... Or maybe you can even give us some hints about the music made - what will it be, what does it sound like?.. Oh no no no, I shouldn't even ask, please disregard this last cheeky suggestion ))Have a good day - today and tomorrow and as long as you wish them days to be good :)nordlyss
wow, thanks for this pic Adrian!looks like Trent got one of the first Nord Waves....
Adrian,Just got my signed copy of Side Four (Live) in the mail. Pure genius and joy! Thank you! Now we can close our eyes and virtually transport ourselves back to your concert in Santa Fe last year!--Richard
I'm so glad you are collabortaing with Mr. Reznor once more. Your stylings on The Great Below moved me. I hope the current work is something the public will get to hear in abundance. And "Level Five" is one of the greatest, hardest-rocking tunes I've ever heard. Here's to many more continued years of inspiring people!+kyle
goodbye yellow brick road, hello Trent and new NIN! godspeed!
Man, that's a lot of amazing stuff right there. You should give me two weeks of your time. You could really change my recording habits.
Loving the random Lincoln Logs-looking house on top!
Oh, the log cabin. That's Trent's custom wooden ring-demodulator. It's got a little wooden out-demodulator for when you need to get rid of waste, uh, modulators. Yeah, that's it.
Where's the 'help' key?
I have been lucky enough to see Moog's creations [since he created the first synth], so I am thinking that the one to the right is a mini-moog?The other's, well I don't think they are, actually a close person to me is saying that [L-R] Korg Tritomn, [red one in the middle] Clavia Nord Lead II, then of course on the right we have that nice little vintage MiniMoog.~Stacy
No Triton or Nord Lead on the picture. It's a virus Polar and a Nord Wave.
Is that a Voyager's blue wheels? I see no mini.interesting picture, thanks Adrian!Not much patching going on in the modular, Im sure its not as practical as the programmable stuff for recording editing and repeat performances. Makes me want to post a pic of the tower of power here at Electric Landlady.patch cords forever:)
I bet he doesn't have a Moog Rogue (snicker).
Wow. Awesome gear-p0rn! I spy the glowing blue wheels of a Moog Voyager or Little Phatty...
Wow....I'm lost,lol.I say you take that coke lost in all the junk food and pour it all over the machines....that should be fun.No! never!
what happened to that pic of the cool stuff?
Tears. The picture is gone. =(
if anyone has the photo, please repost