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Dialogue: hello modular, I​’​m analogue

by Ryan Todd Garza & Tyler Simpson

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Around the time Ryan and Tyler recorded this at a studio in Lubbock, I caught a duo set of theirs at a cafe across the street from the high school that Buddy Holly attended. They filled the small stage with a wild number of electronic devices and cables and improvised their way through some sounds similar to what you hear on Dialogue.

It wasn't exactly a Listening Room type of environment, nor was it meant to be. There was chatter, I remember a child being invited on stage to play the modular synth for a bit. I don't think that implies a lack of focus or intention, but rather an appreciation for the joy in a public music practice. You'll hear Tyler's jazz chops in the harmonies, and you'll hear the detailed sound design in Ryan's elaborate synth rig.

We're happy to have Dialogue on FS. Talking with Tyler about this recording was the initial impetus to start our Llano Disc series. Hope you enjoy it.


released November 18, 2021

Live improvisation by Ryan Todd Garza & Tyler Simpson

Recorded in 2019 at Crossroads Studio (Lubbock, TX)
Engineered by Amy DeVoge
Mixed by Wallace Townsend
Mastered by Andrew Weathers at Wind Tide (Littlefield, TX)

cover artwork made with honey locust leaves by Gretchen Korsmo

(Ryan Garza Plays)

Verbos Electronics
- Harmonic Oscillator
- Complex Oscillator
- Amplitude & Tone Controller
- Voltage Multistage
- Random Sampling
- Multi-Evelope

Michigan Synth Works
- micro Ornament & Crime

Mutable Instruments
- Clouds

- Q106 Oscillator (x2)
- Q141 Oscillator Aid
- Q150 Transistor Ladder Filter
- Q110 Noise Source
- Q109 Envelope Generator (x2)
- Q108 Amplifier (x2)
- Q125 Signal Processor
- Q112 4-channel mixer

(Tyler Simpson Plays)
- 16-voice Prologue

Drum Machine:
- TR8-S



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