In Studio: Iron Curtis
When making music, Iron Curtis relies on variability. His tracks are pervaded by nuances that add the necessary variety to the sound. The use of chance and probability helps. These generative methods change musical building blocks at will, randomize them and thus lead to unexpected results.
In Groove’s video edition of In Studio, he explains why their use in electronic music is particularly relevant, why chance and probability represent an antipole to his private life, and what they have to do with the impact of water droplets.