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Kill The Piano - Evolution

by Marc Mennigmann

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"Kill The Piano" is an ongoing project. I am working on a solo piano concerto with a grand piano versus a modular synthesizer system. The modular will sample my live piano playing, loop it, modulate it, play it back in a different way which will be an interactive feedback loop for my playing.

This record documents the evolution and work towards this goal. My testing of different modular setups, microphones, feedback patterns, playing techniques and effects. Whenever something feels like a step forward it will appear here.

For me this is a fun journey, and I would love to take you with me in this land of sonic explorations.


released March 28, 2017

Thank you Uta for letting my do my thing. All tracks were recorded at my homestudio in Iserlohn. Thank you Steinway & Sons for building this wonderful grand piano I work with.
The cover photo is based on a photo by rhodesj. The original picture can be found here: www.flickr.com/photos/rhodesj/14381771822/


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Marc Mennigmann Lagos, Portugal

Marc Mennigmann worked as a session musician in the 1990s and founded two companies which both still exist. He plays piano and Chapman Stick, loves to record, mix and master. Further, he is a programmer, a father of two kids and a well-known concert photographer. He loves to work experimental and to break all the rules. Check out his homepage mennigmann.com for more projects and information. ... more

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