MATRIXSYNTH: AH Bay Area Gathering 2007 - Chris Muir's Buchla 200e



Monday, September 17, 2007

AH Bay Area Gathering 2007 - Chris Muir's Buchla 200e


YouTube via therealretrosynth.
"Chris Muir's Buchla 200e at the Analogue Heaven Bay Area gathering in Oakland CA on Sept 9 2007."

11 comments:

  1. $50 goes to the first guy that can actually tell the buchla from the massive wall of background noise!! ;-)

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  2. its that tone at exactly 1:20, sounds like a sawtooth and a guy saying mabalhabla

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  3. the background reminds me of a hyperactive arcade

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  4. This meeting was pretty loud. I didn't think that competing in the volume arms race was a good idea. Even using headphones it was hard to hear what was going on.

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  5. An actual banjo would have cut right through the crowd sound.

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  6. I just might have to make a banjo shaped MIDI controller, for next time.

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  7. "its that tone at exactly 1:20, sounds like a sawtooth and a guy saying mabalhabla"

    Ok, I think officially beat the banjo. Too funny.

    mabalhabla. : )

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  8. obviously he doesn't have the "remove crowd noise" module. it sure is a pretty synth though.

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  9. The noise at the show was was great. I got the hear everything I wanted to just fine.
    The only thing that was sometimes too loud was the Prophet 08 being played through those huge 12" speakers. Everyboy else had tiny monitors.
    It was a fun and lively gathering. I can't wait for the next one.

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  10. I was surprised to see your setup in the pics.

    I take you drove or live close by.

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