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Tuesday, December 06, 2022

Compusynth Demo and Tutorial


video upload by Giorgio Sancristoforo

Follow-up to this post.

"Compusynth is a modular synthesizer that takes inspiration from the west coast paradigm and the mighty Altair8800, one of the first personal microcomputers available to the hobbyists in the mid 70s.

With its peculiar 128 bit sequencer, oscillators, filters, efxs and processors, Compusynth is a powerful sonic laboratory thanks to its generous resources and flexible routing with 1596 patch points!

Available at giorgiosancristoforo.net
(Windows version planned for January 2023)"

Monday, December 05, 2022

Giorgio Sancristoforo's Compusynth 400 Released for Mac - Windows Version Coming in January



via Giorgio Sancristoforo

"Compusynth is a modular synthesiser that takes inspiration from the west coast paradigm and the mighty Altair8800, one of the first personal microcomputers available to the hobbyists in the mid 70s.

With its peculiar 128 bit sequencer, oscillators, filters, efxs and processors, Compusynth is a powerful sonic laboratory thanks to its generous resources and flexible routing with 1596 patch points!

Compusynth has everything I ever dreamt about west coast modulars: enough resources to create tons of sounds with the addition of a large memory sequencer and a fantastic tape echo.

Compusynth can make weird experimental sounds as well as traditional fat synth sequences that will serve any music genere with its warm and deep tone.

Out now for Mac OSX at giorgiosancristoforo.net. Windows version is scheduled for January 2023."

Tuesday, September 06, 2022

Summer Bundle Sale at Giorgio Sancristoforo's Gleetchlab



https://www.giorgiosancristoforo.net/

The offer ends on September 21st, 2022

Take the chance to get them all at a fantastic price with 30% discount!

MAC OSX BUNDLE includes 10 software:
Ongaku
Bento
Berna 3
Gleetchlab 2021
Points and Lines
Quadrivium
Substantia
Gleetchdrone
Fantastic Voyage
Encoder

ONLY 110€

Sunday, July 17, 2022

[DTM] ジェネレイティブ・ミュージック向き?ソフトシンセ Giorgio Sancristoforo "Ongaku" synthesizer


video upload by easy and nice Waki

"楽しい~!ジェネレイティブ・ミュージック向きのスタンドアローン・ソフトシンセ、Ongakuの紹介動画です。
Fun!! A standalone software synthesizer for generative ambient drone!!

Giorgio Sancristoforo Website
https://www.giorgiosancristoforo.net/

https://easyandnice.bandcamp.com/
https://waki.bandcamp.com/"

Wednesday, July 06, 2022

Ongaku for Windows Released



via giorgiosancristoforo.net:

"Ongaku is the sister panel of the infamous Bento japanoise box.

This panel has different features including LPGs, delays and reverb. With Ongaku you will create new sonic worlds from cavernous soundscapes to vibrant generative pads in the style of Eno’s, to unpredictable noises or super bongo action west coast style… It is so organic that it feels alive. See for yourself how the probabilistic clock can create amazing strange rhythms.

DESIGNED FOR PERFORMANCE
You don’t need anything else. Just open Ongaku and you are ready to fill the stage with otherworldly sounds. Ongaku is a magnificent tool for live improvisation, drones, strange rhythms and extremely flexible for sound design.

You can use any virtual audio driver to connect Bentō with your DAW, just in case…

RECORD ON TAPE
A cute tape recorder with many tape simulations is at hand to record your sound and gigs

Ongaku is pure experimentation, free from cliché and formulas."

Sunday, June 26, 2022

giorgiosancristoforo 弁当 Bentō factory patch walkthrough [ no talking ] #Synthesizer #Drone #Noise


video upload by ART THEATER

"Enjoy the music :)

The sound is no effect.

#giorgiosancristoforo
Japanoise inspired noise box #弁当 #Bentō
https://www.giorgiosancristoforo.net"

Friday, June 24, 2022

giorgiosancristoforo 音楽 Ongaku factory patch walkthrough [ no talking ] #Synthesizer #Drone #Noise


video upload by ART THEATER

"Enjoy the music :)

#giorgiosancristoforo
Hybrid organic machine #音楽 #Ongaku
https://www.giorgiosancristoforo.net"

Tuesday, May 31, 2022

Ongaku Demo and Tutorial


video upload by Giorgio Sancristoforo

"Ongaku is the sister panel of the infamous Bento japanoise box.
This panel has different features including LPGs, delays and reverb. With Ongaku you will create new sonic worlds from cavernous soundscapes to vibrant generative pads in the style of Eno’s, to unpredictable noises or super bongo action west coast style… It is so organic that it feels alive. See for yourself how the probabilistic clock can create amazing strange rhythms."

https://www.giorgiosancristoforo.net

Monday, May 30, 2022

Giorgio Sancristoforo's Ongaku Released



"Ongaku is the sister panel of the infamous Bento japanoise box.

This panel has different features including LPGs, delays and reverb. With Ongaku you will create new sonic worlds from cavernous soundscapes to vibrant generative pads in the style of Eno’s, to unpredictable noises or super bongo action west coast style… It is so organic that it feels alive. See for yourself how the probabilistic clock can create amazing strange rhythms.

Available at giorgiosancristoforo.net"

Wednesday, April 13, 2022

Bento "Japanoise Inspired Noise Box" Now Available for Windows



You can pick it up at Giorgio Sancristoforo's website here.

See this post for details and a demo.

Monday, March 21, 2022

New 弁当 Bentō Noise Box From the Maker of Berna 3 & Gleetchlab


Demo and Tutorial video upload by Giorgio Sancristoforo

"Bentō is a noise box inspired by the Japanoise scene.
An instrument for live improvisation and sound design with a distinctive, extremely warm and lively character. You can create an analog fat wall of sound with its unpredictable oscillators, filters and feedback circuits. Record to magnetic tape and export your sounds or connect Bentō to your DAW using a virtual audio driver.

Discover a world of organic, aggressive, unpredictable and warm noises.

Available at giorgiosancristoforo.net

Windows version out soon in the next 2 weeks."


Japanoise inspired noise box

FAT AND ALIVE
If you think that software can’t sound hot and organic like analog equipment, prepare to be surprised by this crazy noise box. Bentō uses custom designed unstable oscillators, filters, feedback networks and tube saturation which will bring you incredibly fat sounding noises and organic waveforms.

Crisp super fat sound?
Hell yeah!

Try the factory presets of the demo and hear for yourself

DESIGNED FOR PERFORMANCE
You don’t need anything else. Just open Bentō and you are ready to smash the stage with a huge wall of analog sound.

Bentō is a perfect tool for live improvisation, drones, and sound design.

You can use any virtual audio driver to connect Bentō with your DAW, just in case…

RECORD ON TAPE
A cute tape recorder with many tape simulations is at hand to record your sound and gigs

DON’T BE SCARED BY THE INTERFACE
Can’t read Japanese? No problem, the manual will teach you how to use Bentō, or you can get lost in translation and appreciate an intuitive approach.

Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Berna 3 Slider Play


video upload by Todd Barton

"Using sliders 1 and 16 of the https://michigansynthworks.com 16n Fader Box to control Hi Pass Filter and Transpositore modules of https://www.giorgiosancristoforo.net Berna 3 software.
Enjoy!"

Berna 3 explorations by Todd Barton

Tuesday, November 16, 2021

Berna 3 test 2 for IG


video upload by Todd Barton

"I'm loving exploring https://www.giorgiosancristoforo.net Berna 3, a software simulation of a 1950's electronic music studio patterned after the famous RAI studio in Milan, Italy. It pairs well with the book I'm reading, On The Threshold of Beauty by Kees Tazelaar http://thresholdofbeauty.com. Enjoy this little sonic experiment. https://www.patreon.com/synthtodd"

Longer version:

Thursday, November 11, 2021

Berna 3 test 1


video upload by Todd Barton

"The audio you are hearing is my first exploration with Giorgio Sancristoforo's 1950's electronic music studio emulation, Berna 3 https://www.giorgiosancristoforo.net
It is a true treasure trove of vintage gear, a wonderland to sonically explore. Enjoy!
My patreon: https://www.patreon.com/synthtodd"

Friday, October 15, 2021

Berna 3 Now Available for Windows 64



This is a follow-up to this post.
The Windows 64 is now available here.

"Berna 2 was released in 2013 and it had a substantial improvement of the user interface. Meanwhile this early electronic music studio simulation become popular among schools and institutions of electronic music, among them the TUFTS University and the Royal College of Music of Stokholm. The primary goal of Berna had always been education and always will be.
Berna 3 tries to push the early electronic music studio simulation further, with more realism and details, and a new set of devices. All in all, Berna 3 will be an useful instrument both for students as well as for composers and producers who are interested in playing test equipment and historical devices."

Friday, October 01, 2021

New Berna3 Presentation and In-DepthTutorial


video upload by

":Berna 3 is a software simulation of an early electronic music studio with equipment inspired from those used at Milan's RAI Studio di Fonologia and Cologne's WDR.
Berna 1 was released in 2009, Berna 2 in 2013.
Try the demo and buy it at giorgiosancristoforo.net
Windows version available from Oct 11th"



via giorgiosancristoforo.net:

THE LEGACY
I remember in 2009, when I was working at the first release of Berna, that first and foremost, Berna was my love letter to the RAI Studio di Fonologia Musicale, the electronic music studios of the national radio and television of Italy, founded in 1954 by the composers Bruno Maderna and Luciano Berio.
The Studio di Fonologia has been an obsession for me for many years. It was the better equipped electronic music studios of the 50s, with a lot of devices created ad hoc by the Italian Physicist Alfredo Lietti, who literally scavenged the RAI warehouses to collect all the electronic parts from broken or unused devices. The Studio was directed by Berio and Maderna, first, then by Luigi Nono, and for me these three composers are the sacred trinity of the classic Italian avant-garde. I immensely love their work and their legacy.
But behind the buttons and the mixer console, there was always the prototype of the modern sound engineer and producer: Marino Zuccheri, the technician in white coat that assisted the composers and very often created the sounds of the masterpieces of Italian electronic music. Zuccheri has been an immense inspiration for me, as a sound technician myself, and to his legacy I, once again, dedicate this new version of Berna.

WHAT’S NEW IN BERNA 3

Berna 2 was released in 2013 and it had a substantial improvement of the user interface. Meanwhile this early electronic music studio simulation become popular among schools and institutions of electronic music, among them the TUFTS University and the Royal College of Music of Stokholm. The primary goal of Berna had always been education and always will be.
Berna 3 tries to push the early electronic music studio simulation further, with more realism and details, and a new set of devices. All in all, Berna 3 will be an useful instrument both for students as well as for composers and producers who are interested in playing test equipment and historical devices.

Thursday, September 23, 2021

Berna 3 Teaser 3


video upload by Giorgio Sancristoforo

"Using the High Precision High Pass filter to create envelopes with a pulse generator and a modulator."

Saturday, September 11, 2021

Berna 3 Teaser 2


video upload by Giorgio Sancristoforo

"Generators, 3rd octave filter, frequency analyser filter and reverberator"

Thursday, September 09, 2021

Berna 3 Teaser 1


video upload by Giorgio Sancristoforo

"The WBM Tuneable Indicating Amplifier with a Pulse Generator and a Sweep/Modulation/Generator 274 from the forthcoming Berna 3 software for Mac and PC.
Info at: www.giorgiosancristoforo.net"



"Berna 3 early electronic music studio simulation is coming!

The 1950s studio gets a complete restyle and many new devices.

"THE LEGACY
I remember in 2009, when I was working at the first release of Berna, that first and foremost, Berna was my love letter to the RAI Studio di Fonologia Musicale, the electronic music studios of the national radio and television of Italy, founded in 1954 by the composers Bruno Maderna and Luciano Berio.
The Studio di Fonologia has been an obsession for me for many years. It was the better equipped electronic music studios of the 50s, with a lot of devices created ad hoc by the Italian Physicist Alfredo Lietti, who literally scavenged the RAI warehouses to collect all the electronic parts from broken or unused devices. The Studio was directed by Berio and Maderna, first, then by Luigi Nono, and for me these three composers are the sacred trinity of the classic Italian avant-garde. I immensely love their work and their legacy.
But behind the buttons and the mixer console, there was always the prototype of the modern sound engineer and producer: Marino Zuccheri, the technician in white coat that assisted the composers and very often created the sounds of the masterpieces of Italian electronic music. Zuccheri has been an immense inspiration for me, as a sound technician myself, and to his legacy I, once again, dedicate this new version of Berna.

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Introducing Points&Lines Experimental Music Software


video by Giorgio Sancristoforo

New from Giorgio Sancristoforo, available at www.giorgiosancristoforo.net in the software section.

"Points & Lines is a new software dedicated to experimental music, drones and sound design, based on classic subtractive synthesis.

However the number of the available tools (20 oscillators, 20 VCAs, 20BPFs and 20 Pan channels) makes it a unique software capable of complex sounds and atmospheres seldom easily available in classic synthesizers."



"CLASSIC BUT DIFFERENT
Points & Lines is a new software dedicated to experimental music, drones and sound design, based on classic subtractive synthesis.

However the number of the available tools (20 oscillators, 20 VCAs, 20BPFs and 20 Pan channels) makes it a unique software capable of complex sounds and atmospheres seldom easily available in classic synthesizers.

FROM TINY SOUNDS TO HOURS LONG PIECES
Changing the score length can transform your composition radically in an instant. The complex trajectories of frequencies, pan, amplitude and pan can evolve in just 1 second, or in hours.

UP TO 80 OSCILLATORS
You can record up to 3 stereo tracks of 20 oscillators each, and play them along the live score to create massive 80 VCO, 80 VCA, 80 BPF and 80 PAN music.


Later you can export the separate tracks and edit them in your favourite DAW."
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