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This is the project portfolio and personal blog of Stefan Erhalder.
It’s all about techno, acid, the oldskool and using computers for funny things.

LATEST BLOG ENTRIES

Études Alpha Nr. 1. ZAQuencer & Alpha Juno & TR-8 Jam

I’m testing the Zaquencer firmware for BCR2000 and finally got a programmer for the Roland Alpha Juno, the Mode Machines/Dtronics DT-300. I quite liked the synth line so i jammed along. The Zaquencer is a fantastic piece of software. It gives you 4 sequencer... read more
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Erhalder Live

Selected recordings on Soundcloud.

VIDEOS

Latest clips on my Youtube channel.

LATEST ACID TRACKS

SLACKJACKERZ

THE RAVE CHANNEL

This is our monthly radio show & podcast on Kanal K.
Hosted by Gert 3000 & Erhalder since 1998.

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Photography

I love synthesizers but I also like cameras.
So maybe you wanna checkout my flickr page.

Erhalder on flickr

Photography

I love synthesizers but I also like cameras.
So maybe you wanna checkout my flickr page.

Erhalder on flickr

Stefan Erhalder

I’m basically a sound designer, recording engineer, ex drummer, video producer and radio show host. And I like to play around with cameras and synthesizers. Here’s an old press text:

In the beginning of the 90s Stefan Erhalder was introduced to electronic music whilst taping tons of pirate broadcasts from early techno parties. A couple of years later, the passionate funk drummer began to abuse his computer as a musical instrument, enabling him to realise his musical ideas without a band. His sound is mainly influenced by early Chicago techno, acid house, Wolfgang Voigts Studio 1 series, as well as vintage video games. In 2002, Singapore, he released his first 12″, as head and producer of the subversive performer-collective daftN0!ze, a blend of raw funk beats and rave elements. He runs the monthly radio show SlackJackerz together with two friends for over 14 years and the show has gained local reputation due to a wide choice of crazy artists and dance music styles.

Contact

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For contact and booking requests use the form or call +41 79 772 56 81 for a more personal touch.

Presskit

Download the presskit containing outdated tech rider, photos and discography.

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