Monotrinity is a collection of free form improvisations created by Hal McGee in 2012 in which he played the Korg Monotron, Monotron Duo, and Monotron Delay miniature analog synthesizers in a simultaneous fashion (the synths were not interconnected). Recorded February through July 2012.
The first five tracks were recorded on an Olympus DP-10 voice recorder. Tracks 6 through 8 and 10 were recorded directly to computer via Audacity. Track 9 was recorded using the voice recorder program of a HTC Thunderbolt Android smartphone. Track 11 was recorded on a Sony M-470 Microcassette Recorder.
Each track page includes a picture, plus additional info.
"Monotrinity 4" was recorded at Ante-Scientia, the Laboratory Music Pre-Show, on March 2, 2012, at The Laboratory in Gainesville, Florida. You can view a video of this performance here
"Monotrinity For Monotronous" originally appeared on the Monotronous compilation
"Monotrinity For Classwar Karaoke" originally appeared on the compilation Classwar Karaoke - 0018 Survey
"Monotrinity For +SoLo" originally appeared on the compilation For +SoLo
"Monotrinity for cell phone voice recorder" originally appeared on the Cell Your Soul compilation.
"Monotrinity For Microcassette And Lo Bit" originally appeared in a low bitrate version on the Contact Group Lo-Bit Thread Compilation
released July 5, 2012