Taken from Soulwax's 2017 album 'FROM DEEWEE'.
Buy / Stream: http://found.ee/fromdeewee
The Transient Program For Drums and Machinery is an installation imagined by Soulwax and Ill-Studio, built for live performance, and operated by Stephen and David Dewaele, Stefaan Van Leuven, Iggor Cavalera, Victoria Smith, Blake Davies and Laima Leyton, under the name of Soulwax.
The instruments used for this performance are : Two Staccato drumkits, one Meazzi Wooding drum with added Octobans, one set or Rototoms, a Macbeth M5n, an Oberheim 2-Voice Pro, a Human Comparator Two Thousand Six Hundred, an EMS Synthi AKS, an Arp Odyssey, a Mellotron M4000D, various reverbs, echoes and effects, all going through three refurbished Trident Fleximix consoles, all positioned on a giant rug representing the electronic schematic of the installation. Soulwax were reinforced by their technical team of Chris Walker, Oliver Geerts, Phil Evans, Marc Devulder, Hugo Scholten, Jasper Wouters, Tijs Coene and Priscilla Andrade.
This performance of 'Is It Always Binary' was recorded and filmed live on 29th of August at 3 Mills Studios in London, captured by James Willis for Bullion Productions.
Production: Bullion Productions
DIRECTOR: James Willis
EXEC PRODUCER: Hannah Gracie
PRODUCER: Nailah Clair Blissett
1st AD: Kerry Green
PRODUCTION ASSITANT: Nick Tewson
DOP: James Rhodes
FOCUS PULLER: Ryan Parkins
LOADER/DIT: Ky Brasey
GRIP: Daniel Laviada
GRIP ASSISTANT: Pete Nash
MOVI TECHNICIAN: Phil Arntz
GAFFER: Charlie Jenkins
SPARK: Nick Leishman
RIGGER: Glenn Jackson
ART DIRECTOR: David Hamilton
MAKE-UP / HAIR: Priscila Matano
ASSISTANT MAKE-UP / HAIR: Monica Vicente
RUNNER / DRIVER / FIRST AID: Charlotte Gardiner
RUNNER: Sara Rogers
EDITOR: Jack Abbot
COLOURIST: Edwin Metternich @ Framestore
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