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Thursday, August 18, 2016

How the Global Modular Synth is Mapping the Sounds of the World


via Moog Music

"Fom wired.co.uk.

Yuri Suzuki is mapping the sounds of the world.

For his Global Synthesiser Project he's created the Global Modular synth. An interactive electronic musical instrument built in collaboration with manufacturer Moog, it can mix 80 environmental sounds from around the planet.

"The idea was to present all of the world's sound identities," says the London-based sound artist, 35. "You can sample a bus engine from London [and combine it] with a cave's acoustics from somewhere else."

Shaped like the world's continents, the Global Modular is a 3.2m x 1.67m installation of 30 samplers, ten reverbs, five sequencers and four semi-modular synthesisers, arranged in "countries".

Read the full article at wired.co.uk."

2 comments:

  1. Correct me if i'm wrong but shouldn't a module have both an in and an out connected to it? ;)

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  2. Depends. In this case it looks like they are both oscillators, so if you are using them either for drones or modulation sources then one out is fine.

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