About RPM

RPM Challenge is a month long event that takes place in February each year to challenge musicians in recording an album's worth of all original music. Learn More

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Superstition Of Witchcraft (2008)

Discrete Silicon Transform (2009)

If a robot invented music, what would it sound like? Discrete Silicon Transform was created using a hand-written software synthesizer and sequencer, utilizing a hexadecimal scale. Some additional texture was provided by a MicroKorg. Additional details can be found at the Bangsplat blog blog.bangsplatpresents.com.

Binary Bebop (2010)

Using the same 16-tone scale as last year's entry (Discrete Silicon Transform), this year's entry is another attempt at a long-form, constantly evolving series of notes and chords. The result reminds me of bebop jazz: complex, but ordered, intentionally difficult, and adamantly undanceable. Unless you're a robot and you like that sort of thing!

Music In 0xC Parts (2011)

Other RPM Partcipants

Darrin Kobetich

B FLOORBOARd

Scott McBride

George Martin

Two of Seven minds

Greg Hewlett

Magpie

Redztone

Emgi B.L. Ing

Andrew Miller and Maria Shishmanian

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Bangsplat

BIOGRAPHY

Born at the turn of the 21st Century, Bangsplat is the one-man-band persona of Theron Trowbridge, professional Computer Geek. Inspired by early pioneers of electronic and experimental music, and empowered by the sound creation capabilities of modern computers and audio software, Bangsplat has been making noise since the year 2000.

BAND MEMBERS
Theron Trowbridge - computer, Perl, soft synth

YEARS COMPLETED
2008,2009,2010,2011

GENRES

OTHER BAND SITES
http://bangsplatpresents.com
http://myspace.com/bangsplat
http://bangsplatpresents.com/store


Completed Albums

Superstition Of Witchcraft(2008)


Superstition of Witchcraft

Discrete Silicon Transform(2009)

If a robot invented music, what would it sound like? Discrete Silicon Transform was created using a hand-written software synthesizer and sequencer, utilizing a hexadecimal scale. Some additional texture was provided by a MicroKorg. Additional details can be found at the Bangsplat blog blog.bangsplatpresents.com.


Discrete Silicon Transform   Download

Binary Bebop(2010)

Using the same 16-tone scale as last year's entry (Discrete Silicon Transform), this year's entry is another attempt at a long-form, constantly evolving series of notes and chords. The result reminds me of bebop jazz: complex, but ordered, intentionally difficult, and adamantly undanceable. Unless you're a robot and you like that sort of thing!


Binary Bebop   (preferred)   Download

Music In 0xC Parts(2011)


No tracks have been uploaded for this album yet.