Richard Bretschneider was born on July 26th 1983 in Duisburg (Germany). Since 2007 he works internationally as composer and user experience specialist.
Hell’s Kitty (USA; 2012 – today)
A que no te atreves (Cuba; 2013)
Paris je t’aime moi non plus (F; 2013)
Last Statement (USA; 2013)
Pink elephants (USA / Germany; 2014)
13 Stages (Germany; 2011)
Jerry Goldsmith Awards 2011 & 2013
European Talent Award 2009 & 2011
I hold a master’s degegree in technical communication with a specialization in software user experience (UX). As user experience designer I’ve been working on several virtual instruments like the Sennheiser Drummic’a.
About this Blog // Music was my first love. I like many music genres, but my favourites are classic rock, alternative and electronic music.
I recently checked out this tutorial about Rhythmic Processing by composer Diego Stocco: http://www.diegostocco.com/introducing-feedforward-sounds-series/
It’s a truly inspiring approach to create rhythmic elements to an initial instrumental track in realtime. I tried this technique myself with a beat I played on a paper tube I sampled a while ago (you know, these kind of paper tubes of carpet rolls). I’m very happy that even Diego Stocco himself shared this song on his Facebook and Twitter pages.
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