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Thursday, February 23, 2017
Published on Feb 23, 2017 Rheyne
"Recorded using Moog and Make Noise synths and modules, triggered by one of the Mother-32 sequencers and MIDI clips from Ableton Live. All reverb and delay is from Ableton. Lighting is triggered by Max for Live and an Enttec DMXIS."
Published on Feb 23, 2017 David Bivins
"Grendel Grenadier RA-9 sequencer, clocked by Boss DR-55, also sequencing Makenoise 0-Coast. Malekko Ekko 616 Analog Delay on the DR-55. Short and sweet."
via this auction
"You can hear the ST20 on this track
(the last song I used the instrument on)
SUIKO ST20 is extremely rare and most strange japanese electronic musical instruments originally made for japanese traditinal music circa. 1980. and this one is very rare version of SUIKO ST20 with recording function it's built in cool brown custom suitcase like EMS synth, one side of the suitcase is a speaker so you can play without external amp or mixer but don't worry it has audio output too. keyboard itself is built in beautiful brown metal plate, look cool!
these keyboards were very expensive and made very limited quantities those days so i'ts very hard to find even in Japan nowadays... this is your first and last chance to get this vintage gem!
it has 2 rows of button keyboard this keyboard specially designed for playing glissando easily like koto(japanese harp) front row of the keyboard is japanese scale,so just playing randomly you can easily get exotic japanese melody!
there are various switch and dial for special japanese tuning and sustain and octave switch three sounds are selectable,shyakuhachi(japanese bamboo flute),koto(japanese harp) and pipe organ sounds are very analog, warm and strange!"
For those interested, Soundfly has a post up explaining granular synthesis here. Click through for the full post and be sure to check out their other tutorials.
"When it comes to sampling and Ableton, there are an overwhelming number of methods for turning almost any recorded sound into a functional musical tabula rasa. From simply dragging and dropping a recording into a track and splicing manually, to warping, distorting, reversing, transposing, and making use of plugin-based tricks of processing, one can explore the parameters of a single piece of audio for months at a time. A slightly lesser known, yet highly rewarding method to add to the bevy of sampling workflows in your tracks is granular synthesis."
via this auction
"RARE Vintage SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS SIEL Piano Forte ELECTRIC PIANO 1983 made by SIEL in Italy in collaboration with SCI/10 programs, works perfectly, some wear on surfaces, plays perfectly/ very heavy..."
Published on Feb 23, 2017 LESINDES
"After the Teaser here is the whole story now of VERBOS BARK FILTER PROCESSOR splitting the mono signal of KORG VOLCA FM into odd and even bands. Both bands are fed independently into 2 channels of DOEPFER A-132-1 Dual VCA. The envelope follower CV signal from 2 BARK bands control 1 VCA channel each. Adn the signals are routed directly into the Audio Interface."
First part here.
Laetitia Sonomi plays Elaine Radigue
Marielle V Jakobsons
A two night festival in celebration and remembrance of electronic music and design pioneer Don Buchla Saturday, April 22 and Sunday, April 23rd.
Full programming and lineup announced soon..
Advance tickets: $45 Weekend Pass (Available Now!), $25 Presale per night, $30 door, $15 Student per night honored with ID.
Recombinant Media Labs
Buchla & Associates
Full details here.
Published on Feb 23, 2017 RinghausenMusic
"Sequencer Ratcheting as it was ' invented ' by the Electronic Pioneers Tangerine Dream
Sequencer Ratcheting wie es von den Electronic Pionieren Tangerine Dream 'erfunden' wurde
'Tangerine Dream Sequencer Ratcheting' with PPG 1002/Phonem"
iTunes: Step Sequencer - Matthias Schorer