MATRIXSYNTH: Switched-ON Rock



Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Switched-ON Rock

"The Moog is played by Kenny Ascher, arrangements are done by Alan Foust and Norman Dolph produced & tuned.

Some liner stuff:
The amazing thing about all the sounds is not that they are done one voice at a time, but rather one finger at a time. The silly machine only plays one note at a time and the temptation play a chord must be overcome... you only get the lowest note if you press more than one key. Improvisation is difficult but far from impossible if you redefine the problem."

Title link takes you to a free download stream of the album on Wiel's Time Capsule.

3 comments:

  1. Classic Moog cover album> listen out for the Beastie Boys sample on 'Let the Sunshine in'.

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  2. hmm i smell stereolab's "mars audiac quintet" cover...classic posterized modulars...

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  3. ...And it was fun to do too. ND

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