Video nicely produced by Zebracolor & co.
In April 2012 a Polish demo group (with a Finnish programmer, ha!) MadWizards won the Amiga demo competition at the Revision party in Germany. They used my remix of Aural Planet’s “Hydropoetry Cathedra” as the demo’s soundtrack, which was nice. The track was produced back in 2003-2004 already, but hey who cares!
The demo and the soundtrack have been getting pretty rave reviews on Pouet.
Check out the demo below:
Me and Aleksi Ahjopalo created a compact online presence for Ylivoima-studio, which is a Helsinki-based recording studio helmed by Bommitommi et al. The studio is strongly focused on reggae music, producing such award-winning records as Jukka Poika: Kylmästä lämpimään and Raappana: Maapallo.
I recently remixed the Jamaican dancehall artiste Busy Signal’s 2009 track “Picante”.
I participated in the Assembly 2011 music competition (had other plans first…) with it, but (as I assumed) it didn’t quite work out for me — 9th position. :D
Anyway, go on and give it a listen here:
Mikko Karvonen, Mika Laitinen, Kjell Lemström, and Juho Vikman: Error-Tolerant Content-Based Music-Retrieval with Mathematical Morphology. In Computer Music Modeling and Retrieval. Exploring Music Contents : 7th International Symposium, CMMR 2010; revised papers, volume 6684 in Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 321-327. Springer Verlag, 2011.