MATRIXSYNTH: Paul Tzanetopoulos' Analoglive! - Video



Friday, February 29, 2008

Paul Tzanetopoulos' Analoglive! - Video

"Bringing together some of today’s leading composers, performers and designers for a real-time presentation of works centered around the revival of analog synthesis, Analoglive! was a concert held at the Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theatre, REDCAT in Walt Disney Concert Hall, on November 16, 2007. "

click here for the full post including a video of Peter Grenader's "Part Four and Coda from 'The Secret Life of Semiconductors'" You can find previous Analoglive! posts here.

Update via Peter Grenader in the comments:
"One thing i must mention - the audio and the visual on this video are grossly out of sync. The three chords which begin this piece were sampled and I was facing the keyboard when i fired them off, which would have put my head facing Alessandro, who is perched on a platform to the left of the screen. In this vid I'm moving all over the place as they are sounding, back from/to Roland A33 to the modular (which is what I'm doing when my head's facing towards the right of the image). Also, the audio is coming off Paul's video recorder mono mic which was on stage left. You're not hearing half the sound from my synth which was coming out of the rear loudspeakers

There's Hollywod for ya."

2 comments:

  1. One thing i must mention - the audio and the visual on this video are grossly out of sync. The three chords which begin this piece were sampled and I was facing the keyboard when i fired them off, which would have put my head facing Alessandro, who is perched on a platform to the left of the screen. In this vid I'm moving all over the place as they are sounding, back from/to Roland A33 to the modular (which is what I'm doing when my head's facing towards the right of the image). Also, the audio is coming off Paul's video recorder mono mic which was on stage left. You're not hearing half the sound from my synth which was coming out of the rear loudspeakers

    There's Hollywod for ya.

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