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« Reply #165 on: February 09, 2022, 08:30:29 AM »

I think that is less of an issue these days as there are less distros in the US but even for example I was surprised when, almost immediately after the interview was recorded a few weeks ago, another Finnish label wrote me for a trade and ended up taking a fair amount of stuff. The surprise came from the fact that Freak Animal and Satatuhatta already have copies of these releases readily on hand, so I was wrongly convinced that the region had been "covered". That definitely shone some light and if the interview had been recorded after that exchange my answer probably would have changed to reflect that new insight.

That's the reason I'd hope there would be more zines and podcasts and whatever. It is slightly unfortunate, that if artists (or whoever) will have basically one time chance to do interview. And it never comes out quite as you'd hope, hah.. Even if there are countless who have had no chance to speak anywhere, it feels as if it would good that zines and podcast start to return to things. Catch up with former guests etc. It is unfortunate that so much artists made so good releases, changed style, methods, etc, and could have things to talk about, but existing interviews are even decade(s) old...


I think what comes to Finland, or USA, I would say it is after all, besides regional,... hmm... cultural/social what dictates reach of distro? Noise being unusually strange case, since it can be approach from so many angels. Some could buy it from indie distro, some from metal distro, some from punk distro, some from jazz distro, but always guys who can't stand the... other side of noise. Or would never visit distributor who is biased to other kind of noise than they prefer. At least that is my assumption? Even in case of PURE NOISE distro, I'm sure you'll find enough people to describe you problem why they can't buy tape from X, but like to buy it from Y...  If Y doesn't have it, they'll pass. If as a label or band, one get over some lame community syndromes, then it can be good for the scene/artform as a whole.


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« Reply #166 on: February 14, 2022, 07:33:02 PM »

No interview with this week, but there's an episode of NOISE ON THE RUN out now for Patron supporters. In this installment, I'm answering all the questions submitted over the past couple weeks while on the run from the man. Starts out at Granny's in Poland, ends up home in bed with Covid. Thanks for your support!

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I'm back with a new episode of WCN Podcast next week with Justin Lakes of SHREDDED NERVE, DEAD GODS and SMALL MERCIES labels.
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« Reply #167 on: February 21, 2022, 08:38:50 PM »

Episode 16 with Matt Boettke and Justin Lakes of DEAD GODS (SCANT / SHREDDED NERVE) out now!
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« Reply #168 on: February 21, 2022, 09:39:08 PM »

Perhaps oddest moment, when I started to think about it, was when Scant mentioned he used to have this ”rule” of… Just using 3 channels in mixer? I guess I heard it right? It seemed so odd number. I get someone wanting to stay mono. I get the idea of just recording stereo. I get idea of using 4-tracker. I get idea of someone concluding that now that we no longer need to rely on 4-trackers, 5+ as many as you need is great.. 1, 2, 4, 5+ all makes sense. 3 channels… really odd! Haha… No problem with that, just never heard anyone set on that consciously.

And most definitely, all the talk on pushing noise to next level, to enable it grow is good. Even when it isn’t really your cup of tea.
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« Reply #169 on: February 22, 2022, 04:07:27 AM »

I missed Justin say this about 3 channels, but i must say i completely agree with this sort of idea.
It seems no matter what you use, you are always short one channel, always held back in some way where if you had just one more way of doing something...
thusly i understand why you may want to limit yourself to maximize yourself as well.
must be a totally different approach from stereo or multi tracking, so makes since to me because i never consider this-
just a cluster fuck and seeing what works and different carbonatations and ALWAYS short one HOLE.
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« Reply #170 on: February 28, 2022, 12:42:36 PM »

My mixer has 3 channels and I have got used to working that way.  Sometimes self imposed restrictions are useful. Agree its slightly strange that hes never explored using more though, but I guess thats his USP
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« Reply #171 on: February 28, 2022, 07:20:12 PM »

Episode 17 featuring Grant Richardson of GNAWED and HEX AUDIO LABS out now!

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« Reply #172 on: March 05, 2022, 08:45:25 AM »

Good one again. I would say that there is lots of good points in what Grant talks about clipping noise CD's. Intersample clipping.

Listening is of course gear related too. What I have been told, older CD players generally were requiring more headroom.
Also, very much mastering & studio engineering focused friend concluded that that distortion is also easy to detect on lower listening volumes. When there is in many players thin layer or digital clipping on top, but music is not loud enough to hide it.

It would be good to observe, how does it affect listener set up, that master is so loud, that you can't really crank up volume - I got the feeling that the volume coming from loudest possible master with lower amp volume is a bit different, than slightly more quiet CD with ability to crank up volume in amp? Of course depending on set-up one has.

https://www.productionmusiclive.com/blogs/news/mastering-tip-what-are-inter-sample-peaks-why-they-matter

One can find plenty of articles where it is explained how your perfect 0dB maximum volume WAV file may sound shitty after compression, that it would have been sounding perfect it it was just notch more quiet...


Anyways, it is nice if there is affordable mastering guy who understands noise, trying to fix the.. hehe problem what many others would not probably "get". I also smiled in moment when Oskar wonders how the hell Grant manages to do so much, and he has good explanation: No games, no movies. 
I am quite often surprised when people say they have been so busy, that nothing has gotten done, and then it comes clear that all their free time been spent on playing x-box and watching seemingly endless tv-series. Yep.. well, it's often choices we make. Some have work, families, all sorts of commitments what leave less so called free time, yet getting things done barely needs magic tricks..
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« Reply #173 on: March 07, 2022, 12:40:05 PM »

Unfortunately due to an infuriating technical defect with the recording platform I've been using, this week's interview with Sam McKinlay of THE RITA has to be postponed. I'll have it out as soon as I can, but for now there's no new episode this week.

If you've been watching/listening but are not yet supporting, now would be a great time to hop on for a few € per month. There are private episodes of Noise On The Run, lots of essential and exclusive noise content like the footage of the Amplified Humans Festival 2xDVD, as well as discounts offered at WCN Mailorder. Your support is extremely appreciated at this time.

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« Reply #174 on: March 14, 2022, 08:21:31 PM »

Episode 18 out now - Live at CRUDE TRANSMISSIONS FESTIVAL in Leiden, NL, featuring MOOZZHEAD, VINCENT DALLAS, SISTO ROSSI, MISERE, URALL, and WINCE

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« Reply #175 on: March 16, 2022, 09:00:39 AM »

It's good format. Normally I do not actually watch any of these podcast, more than few minutes. Rest is having the phone in my pocket and earplugs and walking outside. This one, is so compact, that you got to watch. Even the live sets, most are not that much of "action", more about working with pedals, but nice combination of good sound-board audio + the video and compact duration of sets.
There isn't so much possibilities how deep one can go into artists work in 5 mins of catching up, but it is decent introduction for who-you-are-what-you-do type of intro before gig hits in. Certainly good way to start expanding podcast into.... Noise TV, haha..
Next thing, noise cribs and visits to studio where bands craft their album,...
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« Reply #176 on: March 16, 2022, 12:20:56 PM »

NTV Cribs...put that behind a paywall and you`ll be swimming in it
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« Reply #177 on: March 16, 2022, 10:35:12 PM »

Great episode, really enjoyed all of the chats and the Vincent Dallas set sounded solid.  Certainly seemed to get a good audience reaction.
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« Reply #178 on: March 16, 2022, 11:39:33 PM »

Next thing, noise cribs and visits to studio where bands craft their album,...


I'd so be into that
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« Reply #179 on: March 17, 2022, 12:46:33 AM »

Next thing, noise cribs and visits to studio where bands craft their album,...


I'd so be into that

Makes me think of a picture that Chaos Cascade (?) posted online of his set-up in what looked like his apartment living room, which included a stolen shopping cart.
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