MATRIXSYNTH: NAMM 2018: Pedro Eustache Playing WMD Synchrodyne [Episode 33]

Saturday, January 27, 2018

NAMM 2018: Pedro Eustache Playing WMD Synchrodyne [Episode 33]

Published on Jan 27, 2018 CatSynth TV

Flute and wind virtuoso Pedro Eustache performs with a vintage wind instrument controlling a WMD Synchrodyne module.

"Containing several pieces to a traditional synthesizer voice, the Synchrodyne is a powerful addition to any subtractive oriented system. However, it is designed primarily as an experimental sound source/filter, intended to push the limits of modular synthesis...WMD style."

"In Pedro's own words: 'I simply hope--and I really work hard at this, through 'active submission'--that someday, whenever I see my Creator I would be able to give Him an answer worthy of the 'package-of- grace' he entrusted me with.'"

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