All of the tracks on VROOOM (with the exception of "Cage" and "When I Say Stop, Continue") reappeared on THRAK as different recordings.
Gig Performer is an amazing tool for my unconventional set up. Allowing me to access the full power of my laptops into my system. It is quickly becoming an incredible asset to my live shows.
The eleventh and twelfth releases in King Crimson's superlative 40th Anniversary series. Featuring 2016 stereo and surround mixes (by Steven Wilson and Robert Fripp) and extra tracks, these are definitive editions of the second and third parts of King Crimson's acclaimed and influential Minimalist Ethno-Art-Rock/Post-Punk 1980s trilogy. The DVD-As (compatible with all DVD and DVD Rom players) feature DTS and High Resolution Stereo mixes, and can additionally access Lossless audio mixes and Lossless Stereo mixes. As with the other 40th Anniversary releases, the sets are presented in a double digipak format in a slipcase and contain sleeve notes by King Crimson biographer Sid Smith (along with rare photos and archive material). For Beat the DVD-A also includes footage of performances featured on German TV live from The Alabamahalle and the original, rarely seen, promotional film for Heartbeat. For Three of a Perfect Pair the DVD-A also features the additional tracks (called Other Side) from the 30th anniversary edition CD, new additional tracks as featured on the 2016 CD, and the promotional film for the Sleepless single. All material featured on both these CD/DVD-A sets will also appear on a forthcoming box chronicling King Crimson's 1980s material. The two sets are slated for a mid-October release. At this time there is no info on the pricing, contents and release date of the '80s big box set.
In addition to helping run a label based in Seattle called 7d Media, he is currently dividing his time between his solo work, film and television scoring, coaching artists in the creative process and building multi-dimensional media projects.