MATRIXSYNTH: THIS IS AN ELECTROSTATIC TONEWHEEEL | BELIEVE IT OR NOT THIS IS A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT...


Wednesday, July 10, 2024

THIS IS AN ELECTROSTATIC TONEWHEEEL | BELIEVE IT OR NOT THIS IS A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT...


video upload by LOOK MUM NO COMPUTER

I think LMNC just might have the funnest job in the world of synths.

BELIEVE IT OR NOT THIS IS A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT...

video upload by LOOK MUM NO COMPUTER

https://this-museum-is-not-obsolete.com/

Update: I was curious what a "Compton church organ" might be. A quick search brought up the following via Wikipedia:

"John Compton (1876–1957) was a pipe organ builder, born in Newton Burgoland, Leicestershire, England.[1] His business based in Nottingham and London flourished between 1902 and 1965.[2]"

And:

"Compton cinema organs, built by the John Compton Organ Company of Acton, were the most prevalent of theatre organs in the UK. 261 were installed in cinemas and theatres in the British Isles. Comptons made many fine church and concert organs as well. The company's cinema organs employed the latest technology and engineering and many are still in existence. One of the most notable is the large 5 manual example at the Odeon Cinema Leicester Square in central London."

See the Wikipedia link above for more...

1 comment:

  1. He’s a decent enough engineer. Shame his ‘music’ is unlistenable, videos are tiring as hell and general synth ideas are just crap. That 100x gameboy thing.. what a total waste. 🤡

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