Wednesday January 15, 2003

Updates on Jerome, Charlie, Keith and more...

Morpheus_TechnoPagan from TRF sent in another bit that a clip of the Fuel/C. Clouser song Won�t Back Down is now available at Daredevil.com.The rumor of Page Hamilton taking part in the new NIN album is false. You can read an interview here. Thanks to Frank.Gwar found a cool pic of Alan Moulder with Zwan/Smashing Pumpkins drummer, Jimmy Chamberlin at zwan.com. The photo was taken by Zwan bassist, Paz Lenchantain. Visit here to view it.Jerome Dillon has a music sample online from his upcoming project and the webmaster from jeromedillon.net wanted to let us know. To listen to it visit here. You have to click on the box a couple times to get to a picture of Jerome then pass your cursor over a spot on his headphones and click again to hear the clip.Keith Hillebrandt has a new version of his Useful Noise cd out. From the press release- This is a unique collection from his personal library. The sounds range from moody atmospheres to hard nasty drums � unique rhythmic loops to complex, evolving musical tones. A stunning array of ambience, texture, dissonance and distortion. Useful Noise v2 includes over 1000 16 bit 44.1 aiff files, all license free. Emagic EXS24 MkII instruments are supplied for quick access to all the sounds with mapping, tuning and looping (when applicable) all set up for you. You also receive REX2 files for all the rhythmic loops for use in programs like Reason and Logic. Registered owners of Useful Noise v2 will also automatically become members of usefulnoise.com, where new sounds will be posted weekly, straight out of Keith�s studio. This makes Useful Noise v2 an evolving library.The cd will sell for $99.95. For more information, visit the web site at usefulnoise.com. It's very cool so head on over there today!And finally- The pre-release date for Doom III listed at online stores such as Best Buy and Amazon.com are not an indication that the game will be out soon. We will let you know more as the release date arrives. Do not go by March 31, 2003! Keep your eye on ID's site in the coming months.