HOMO ELECTROMAGNETICUS

HOMEARTICLESPROJECTS
TRANSCRIPTIONS ⋅ LINKS ⋅ GALLERY

LINKS

Flatbread Culture EP (with Maverick)
This is a collaboration with Montréal-based artist Maverick - an electro, hip-hop, and jungle mashup of disco tunes from the Turkish diaspora in Germany during the 1980s. For both Maverick and I, the origin of these pieces goes way back for us in time. Our mutual exposure to Turkish media during our university years formed the earliest seeds of these tunes.

Ryan d'Huart and Jordan Michael Francis - Free 606 sample pack
We are pleased to present a free, high-quality sample pack of the venerable Roland TR-606 drum machine. No fancy gear or processing was used here, the samples were recorded straight off of the machine and into an audio interface. You will be able to load these samples into your favorite sampler and enjoy an authentic experience. You'll find some demo tracks as well - enjoy!

Ryan d'Huart - Subthreshold
An album of uptempo electronic music, straddling electro and IDM. These are fairly personal compositions, mostly about the feeling that everything is not quite right despite the world saying otherwise.

VIR - Microplex Vol. 1
This is my latest release under the name "VIR." It's a study on the compositional style of techno in detroit from the 1980s through the 1990s. I don't think I will continue using the VIR alias, but I do plan to create a series of compositional studies and release them as additional "Microplex" volumes.

Ryan d'Huart - Dissociate
For these songs, I tried to express some of the frustrations I feel with the way interpersonal relationships have generally changed in the course of my life.

Soundcloud
I put live mixes of my electronic music here, as well as weird experiments that I would never consider formally releasing.

His Master's Voice
This was my spaghetti-western / surf rock band, based in San Francisco. It's mostly the sounds of baritone guitars, synthesizers, and big drums.

Ted Thousand Meets VLSI - S/T
This is a dub techno release created by myself and a good friend of mine. Vocal samples and dub thrills abound.

VLSI - Looking Back
VLSI was the name I chose early in my days as a budding solo musician. The music is fairly generic "synthwave" material with a touch of Goblin. Everyone starts somewhere, eh?