MATRIXSYNTH: How To Make Music With Nuclear Research Equipment | SRS BOXCAR AVERAGER

Monday, June 21, 2021

How To Make Music With Nuclear Research Equipment | SRS BOXCAR AVERAGER


video by HAINBACH

"In which I show you the secrets of the SRS Boxcar Averager, a Nuclear Instrumentation Modular (NIM BIN) with roots in the 1950s. Designed to separate signal from noise in pulsed nuclear experiments, the Boxcar is a very musical and fantastic sounding modular synth. It can sing on its own, even sequence itself in a non-bleepy bloopy way. As a processing tool it is fantastic and I know nothing out there that does what it does, and it is great for rhythms, as discovered by Dennis Verschoor of the Waveform Research Center.

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