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How To Avoid Art

How To Avoid Art

Electronica / Christian / Industrial/Experimental Sykesville, MD  US
Sons Of Hell (Eternal Weight Mix)
Sons Of Hell (Eternal Weight Mix)
Ideas Have Consequences
Ideas Have Consequences
Joe Gilder - Better This Way ("Romans 6:11 Remix" by How To Avoid Art)
Joe Gilder - Better This Way ("Romans 6:11 Remix" by How To Avoid Art)


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    Diverging From What Was Written (The Sons Of Hell Remixes) Released on Nov 14, 0014


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  • Brain for the Masses (Artist)
    Brain for the Masses
    Impressive work. Every song is a unique artistic entity free of boundries. Very remarkable
  • R'ILL Effect (Artist)
    R'ILL Effect
    sick tracks and awesome name
  • Kingdom of Glass (Artist)
    Kingdom of Glass
    My kind of noise!
  • Morning Wing Project (Artist)
    Morning Wing Project
    Monk Q is the real deal.... Love it
  • Joe Tavano (Artist)
    Joe Tavano
    Hey Rob- Spent the morning listening to your music again. Really amazing songwriting and production. The haunting underlying vocals in Monk, the keyboard work in Repaid and Sons of Hell, the punk rock feel to Ideas, the cinematic sound of Field, all excellent and innovative. I forgot how good your music is!
  • Living Waters (Artist)
    Living Waters
    "Monk Q" is genius. Blending traditional modes like chant with electronica & other modern idioms can - and has! - resulted in unpleasantness. HTAA has ' succeeded beautifully! Living Waters can FLOW with this....


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Rob Stangle

Composer, Whatever needs to be done


Sounds Like: Controlled Bleeding, Front Line Assembly (Official Fan Page), Celldweller, Skinny Puppy, Art Of Noise

Manager: TishKi Productions

Bio: (Rob Stangle thinks speaking in third person is something that should be reserved for the pompous or The Incredible Hulk. As such, that common practice found in most bios, will be abandoned.)

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Q: Great fat sounds, what do you use for synths and such, love it!

A: Thank you! It varies. Here's a list of synth hardware that I've used: DX27S/DX100/TX81Z, Mirage, and microKorg. As far as softsynths...mostly just what came with my DAW (Sonar X2 Producer): z3ta+2, Dimension Pro, etc. Also, I've used Iris which is really clever (as are all products of Izotope). Sometimes, it's what you start with...but more often that not, it's how it's processed (EQ, compression, distortion, etc.).

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