About igorski

Amsterdam-based Igor Zinken (1981, the Netherlands) operates under the moniker 'igorski' towards creative use of technology, composition of music and development of software often related - but not restricted - to audio. There might be a helpful utility here and there too.

While technology is great for making life easier, knowing how to make things do stuff they perhaps weren't designed to do, makes things a lot more interesting! Or at least fun.
Igor writes and sings songs, though don't expect any coffee house-friendly material. Under the name Drosophelia, Igor composes and produces music using hand made instruments and audio processing plugins, the latter also shared here for public use. Releases are yearly.

Whether presented as online applications, downloadable software, streaming media, open source repositories or case pages documenting legacy projects...

this website lists 20 years of igorski projects

Rechoir is a delay effect where all the echoes can either harmonize with the source signal or be pitch shifted manually.

Harmonic changes can be synced to the tempo and time signature of your sequencer, keeping both the echoes as well as their pitch modulations strictly timed to your composition.

All of Rechoirs parameters can be automated or linked to hardware controllers for maximum control and flexibility when used in realtime during a performance.


Four track EP released July 17th, 2023.

Following the pattern where Drosophelia releases are themically bundled within trilogies, "Nanitic" marks the first entry in the third set, which is to be fully released between 2023 and 2025.

The record is a short "dystopian theatrical play" told in roughly 15 minutes, dragging you into and out of Hell, th...

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Video performance wall

The danger faced when being in an electronic combo unable to reproduce all audio tracks live, is to become uninteresting to look at when standing on stage, hidden behind a computer screen.

As such, for the Firefly Makani-project a system had been developed that allowed the performers to both manipulate audio and synchronize these changes visually to a live-generative visualiser, all in real time.

Highlighted apps + plugins

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Web based image editor

Photoshop ? Flattering, but it's not quite the same. BitMappery does however allow you to import photos (and Photoshop files), draw images, apply transformations, create freeform selections, tweak filters and mask content in a non-destructive manner. It has some overlap in functionality but is definitely a more simple p...

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Web based music maker

Efflux is a Progressive Web Application allowing you to create music within your browser, either on- or offline on anything from a phone to desktop machine.

Efflux uses a tracker-type approach for writing compositions; in a tracker a sequence of music is traditionally represented using numeric input: both notes and par...

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Commodore 64 synthesizer

Having been tempted to test the WebAudio API's capabilities beyond my initial WebAudio experiment, this experiment is built upon parts of the audio engine I created for Android's MikroWave by porting the C++ code to JavaScript so it can run inside a web browser.

A very peculiar synth...

Rather than creating a "new" ...

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Fidelity reduction plugin

HomeCorrupter provides an effect that harks back to a period in which computers weren't actually that good at handling audio.

The plugin can degrade the resolution of any incoming audio signal by reducing the sampling rate and bit depth. Further lo-fi quality is achieved by reducing the "computers clock speed" which slows dow...

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Tempo synced gating plugin

Darvaza is a multichannel gate with a twist : whenever the gate closes on your input signal, you get a perversion of your source spat back at you. It can however work as a time synchronized classic tremolo too.

The gate uses different waveforms and its individually tunable oscillators are synchronized to the host tempo and ti...

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Reverb plugin

FogPad is a multichannel reverb effect with a little twist: instead of aiming to recreate a large amount of acoustic spaces, FogPad provides a murky nebula of frozen thoughts, recollecting long forgotten events. The reflections can be bent and transformed through use of its fully automatable parameters.

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