MATRIXSYNTH: MMTA SYNTHFEST - Lorne Hammond and His Sound Makers

Sunday, June 03, 2012

MMTA SYNTHFEST - Lorne Hammond and His Sound Makers

YouTube Published on Jun 3, 2012 by matrixsynth

Lorne Hammond showing his myriad of sound makers at the MMTA Summer SYNTHFEST.

Featured: Roland MC-202, Teenage Engineering OP-1, Brian Castro modded x0xio x0xb0x, Allessandro Cortini & The Harvestman's SuONOIO, the vxxy chiptune synth, original Sequentix P3 sequencer, Paul Maddox aka Vacoloco's Gorf sequencer, original STEIM cracklebox, Tom Bugs' aka Bugbrand Board Weevil, and various Mutable Instruments Shruthis. Note each Shruthi is different. Lorne picked up the larger red Shruthi featuring three different Shruthi's from a DJ on a farm in South Africa.

Also worth noting: MATRIXSYNTH T-Shirt!

Update via Lorne: "The P3 Sequentrix was made in the uk by Colin Fraser who is producing the cirkilon now and I bought of ebay from a south African dj on a farm.

The shruthi-xt is a design by Frank [] aka on forums and flickr as fcd72. He runs a card company in Germany.

Frank designed the programmer knob system and did the case layout as a kit. He has done dozens of wild kits in various colours and designs.

The shruthi’s pcb designs and code and many different filter designs are the work of Olivier Gillet in Paris.

Frank’s shruthi-xt box holds 3 filters, I controller and a power regulator. The ver .96 code allows them to cascade in series or parallel.

Olivier took mutable into a small but fully registered company and took the big plunge. He has 800+ kits out there working.

He’s a friend of Todd Bailey (WTPA) and also wrote the code for the Dr Otto biscuit to turn it into a synth."

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