The Louis Bin encompasses sound. It encloses it. Encases it. Sometimes in boxes, sometimes in busses, cars, trains or even planes.
Sometimes we discuss sound, other times we make it live on-air.
Occasionally we’ve even been known to put it in buckets and break it just for fun.
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Here's a crazy show with Andre Louis and Jakob Rosin, when Andre spent his birthday week in Estonia. As we were together, it only made lots of sense to do a show, so a show we did. Lots of jamming, mad keyboard playing and some broken phone-calls make up the show, and we hope you enjoy it.
Good times and welcome to 10 February 2018. This show was the first in a long time, and well, let's just say it's unconventional but very, very fun. It featured a special guest in the form of Jason Castonguay, and we both, like kids in a candy-store, played a lot of music together. We discussed chords, favourite sounds and a multitude of other topics. If you like music, you're going to love this show for sure.
Good times and welcome to 24 June 2017. This show didn't actually start until 25 minutes late, at least for the live side of things because for some reason, the encoders weren't connected. The archive however, is all present and correct, so is a full-length production. Music, talk of word-stress (which I didn't get an answer for because nobody heard the question by the way,) Logic (of course) and lots of Omnisphere sounds are what you'll find in this once-in-a-blue-moon episode of The luis Bin.
Good times and welcome to 09 April 2017. This show was on a Sunday, because it's the Easter holidays and Saturday was a house with my wonderful children. As a result, I did a make-up show because I wanted to. Of course it contains Logic tracks, I mean why wouldn't it? Starting to see a trend here aren't you? Yes, I thought so too. We discuss why phase-invert on one channel and summing to mono can show you content you didn't know existed, play some huge-sounding pads, make a track-stack, and the beginnings of a new track using said stack on the show.
Good times and welcome to 11 February 2017. This show delves more into, yes, you guessed it, my mad creations in Logic, touches on a little automation, more uses of Impulse responses and I add a few tracks to one of my existing projects, and have a solo on another. Just another day in the life of a Louis Bin really. Do enjoy.
Good times and welcome to 04 February 2017. Lots of Korg sounds were featured, but not harmed in this show. The beautiful sounds of Spectrasonics Keyscape was also heard in this show, and sort of harmed my CPU. Sit back and enjoy as I go through sounds, so you don't have to... But you might feel like doing it after you hear some of these crazy things.
Good times and welcome to 10 December 2016. this was a quiet show in terms of listener-interaction, but fun musically. We even get to hear my real piano, thanks to Alexander, who suggested I play it live on-air. Logic (who'd have guessed?) New tracks, and even a new album can be found in this show. You can purchase 'A Little bit of Everything' from iTunes, here: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/a-little-bit-of-everything/id1185030242
Good times and welcome to 12 November 2016. Phone calls, Impulse responses courtesy of Derek Lane, logic... Wait! Doesn't this sound a little reminiscent of the last show archive? If so, it kind of was, and yes we did make another track live on-air. Lively discussion on teamtalk, making equipment sound half-dead, hilarity and other such madness is to be found in this archive.
Good times and welcome to 15 October 2016. Phone calls, Impulse responses courtesy of Derek Lane, logic, the creation of tracks, and making a strange, chilled-out version of Children. All things you can find in this week's Louis Bin.
Good times and welcome to 08 October 2016. Logic, more Logic and even more Logic in this show, as I take you through some of the things I'm now able to do using, yep, you guessed it, Logic. What a shocker! One of the larger tracks I demo in the show called 'Oh No, the Laces are Undone!' can be found on Soundcloud here, with it's stems so you can remix, reboot, or otherwise receive it and do what you want to it: http://soundcloud.com/andre-louis/oh-no-the-laces-are-undone Other things we cover: Flex time, adding drums to an audio piano track, loading IR samples, having fun and taking phone calls.
Good times and welcome to 10 September 2016. This show was fun certainly for me anyway, I take you through a few of the new sounds I have access to, and show you some tracks I've been working on in Logic. The intro track can be found on Soundcloud, here: http://soundcloud.com/andre-louis/if-ever-there-were-a-moment
Good times and welcome to 28 May 2016. If you like sounds, you'll love this show. I spend almost all of the time showing you sounds from Native Instruments Komplete 10 Ultimate, which is my most recent acquisition, and current fun new toy.