I've set up a registration system (I will be manually creating the accounts to avoid the problems i initially had with the cassetteculture site), and when you are logged in, you will be able to add comments to blog posts.
I will also add you to a monthly newsletter that will contain updates from the site and from the we be echo social media accounts. That's it, initially.
At a later date, I will also add downloads that registered and logged in visitors can access. New stuff and old stuff.
Click here to fill in the registration form.
One thing I used to hate about working in an analogue world was the cables. No matter how carefully you would them up after a session, the next time you went to use them, they were in a complete mess. Im not sure how, but they managed to twist and tie themselves in knots when no one was around!
My set up now is clean and wonderful, although I do miss my old bass.
27" iMac, 3.5GHz Intel core i7, 32gb 1600 MHz DDR3 RAM, Nvidia GeForce 780M 4096mb graphics card, 3.1TB internal Fusion Drive, 3TB external HD, 2TB external HD, 24" external dvd burner, snowball microphone, second monitor.
MacPro, 2.66 GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon, 16gb 1066 MHz DDR3 ECC RAM, Nvidia GeForce GT 120 512mb graphics card, 760gb internal HD, 12x1.5tb internal HDs, 2TB external HD, 24" monitor.
Oxygen8 midi keyboard.
Here's the new website. It's taken quite a while to get going as I've been busy with work and making music. I hope you find it interesting. I've tried to include the old webeecho as well as the new, as well as links to purchase (or download where applicable) music both new and old. The site is designed to work on mobile devices too, for the most part.
I've included links to both my SoundCloud accounts – one is for rough first mixes, and the other for finished tracks. I am also working on a couple of videos. I'll include them here when they are available.
Thanks for visiting.
These digitized albums are available from our Bandcamp page: