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Bivouac Recording

Bivouac Recording is a sound label based in Hong Kong.

Bivouac Recording是一个录音品牌且提供录音服务的公司,致力于推进独立现场录音项目。

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Instrument 3.0

Since the last message, I have been thinking about how I could cut down my setup to make it even more efficient to use, setup, and transport. WiresIt all started with the wires. Taking away 1 DME and the D24 helped a little but I was still left with many cables going to each A77. 4 cables for th...

Vital Sounding Festival 2021- Recap

The Vital Sounding Festival was an amazing experience for me. It was great to finally perform for people I have known for years in an amazing location. Maimai was the first performer using vintage sound generators and oscillators usually used for calibrating electronics, was repurposed to create...

The Instrument : Part 2

Cables The veins and arteries. As is tradition with any new idea I have, I make new cables. Mostly because the cables I made previously were all custom that the lengths or connectors just cannot be used anywhere else. Coming off of the relay box, I kept the solder gun warm and went straight into...

Migration: Xiami to Ximalaya [China only]

Unfortunately, Xiami is officially going offline and February 2 is the last day for the platform. This really sucks for me since it was my depository for all my works here in China. I dreaded the day I would have to upload them again. I guess you need to expect this with the internet. It's alway...

The Instrument : Part 1

Instrument Noun. A tool or implement.An object or device producing musical sounds. For the past year I worked on designing, building, and programming my instrument. It had its ups and downs but in the end I learned a lot of things I didn't know before and was rewarded with something that inspire...

2021

Well it's that time of year again to reflect and plan ahead for where we want this year to go. Last year was a big side track and its hard to think that it has been almost a year since quarantine first began in Shanghai, January 20. Things are much better now though, and I fortunately had the opp...