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Sunday, October 29, 2023

Next New England Synth Fest Set for November 9 at the Museum of Science Boston




Details on the next New England Synth Fest slated for November 9 follow.

"New England Synth Fest on Thursday, November 9, 7pm at the Museum of Science in Boston.


Planetarium performances by Snowbeasts with visuals by Vidumami, Aether Chroma with visuals by Adam Savje, and Hexx Head with visuals by Content Brakes. Lobby stage performances by Wizard Peter, soak, and Dox Malice. Plus fantastic interactive exhibitors in the Museum Lobby!

Lobby experience starts at 7:00pm. Planetarium show at 7:30pm. Get tickets at the Museum of Science website. $15. Act fast. All of our previous shows have SOLD OUT. Follow on Instagram and Linkedin for updates."

Wednesday, October 18, 2023

Next New England Synth Fest Set for October 28 in Burlington, Mass.



"New England Synth Fest, Saturday, October 28, 12pm to 6pm, in Burlington, Mass (at the Microsoft Technology Center, 5 Wayside Road). SIX HOURS of live music, video art, vendors, exhibitors, lectures, a jam room, and a synthesizer petting zoo. FREE admission.

Live music from Eric Crawley, Consecrated Venom, xperseai, Targus Targus, Rachel Devorah, Robert Dorschel, Violet Nox, Dave Seidel, Doug Beilmeier, Bill T Miller, Andrew Neumann, and Bob Familiar. Live visualization art from Alances Vargas, Allison Tanenhaus, BTMTV, FUTURACTIV, Jame Coyne, Vidumami, and more!

Seminars on Berlin School Music, Audio-Reactive Visuals, Chaotic Circuits, Live Coding, Intro to Eurorack, Building Culture, Generative Programs, and MIDI Details (see the website for speakers and schedule). There will be a morning DIY workshop led by SynthCube. Exhibitors include Setonix Synth, Stompbox Sonic, Kurku MIDI, Tall Dog Electronics, AND MORE.

Check out the NESF website for more details!"

Monday, June 12, 2023

New England Synth Fest, June 29 at the Museum of Science Boston Update



via New England Synth Fest

"The 7:30pm show is SOLD OUT. Tickets on sale for 9:30pm show.

Performances in the Planetarium by Mute City with visuals by Anagram, TotoRobyn with visuals by Jame Coyne, and Ryan Campos. Performances on the Lobby Stage by Anda Volley, Ralphykeys, and Odie DeSmith. Plus fantastic exhibitors in the Museum Lobby!

Lobby experience starts at 7:00pm. Planetarium shows at 7:30pm (sold out) and 9:30pm (act fast). Get tickets now. $15. Follow on Instagram, Twitter, and Linkedin for updates."

Thursday, May 11, 2023

Next New England Synth Fest set forJune 29 at the Museum of Science Boston



Details follow:

"New England Synth Fest returns to the Boston Museum of Science on Thursday, June 29. Performances in the Planetarium by Mute City with visuals by Anagram, TotoRobyn with visuals by Jame Coyne, and Ryan Campos. Performances on the Lobby Stage by Anda Volley, Ralphykeys, and Odie DeSmith. Plus fantastic exhibitors in the Museum Lobby!


Lobby experience starts at 7:00pm. Planetarium show at 7:30pm. Get tickets at the Museum of Science website. $15. All of our previous shows have SOLD OUT. Act fast. Follow on Instagram, Twitter, and Linkedin for updates."

Sunday, April 23, 2023

Live at the New England Synth Fest


video upload by Jeremy Parker

"My good friend and musical collaborator, @cowboybenalman @TheEntireRobot , invited me to join him at the Spring 2023 New England Synth Festival, where we performed a live set. This was my first time performing at a synthesizer festival, so it was a great opportunity to get to know and participate in the local synth community. It was held in Burlington, MA and included a slew of other performers, lectures and workshops throughout the day. Thank you @newenglandsynthfest for having us, and thanks to the visual synth artists Vidumami and Allison Tanenhaus who provided the video backdrop for our set.

I used my @ArturiaOfficial Polybrute, @KorgOfficial Minikorg 700fs and the Elektron Analog Rytm MKII. Ben used various gear, including the @MoogMusicInc Sirin, Arturia Keystep 37, @EricaSynths Perkons HD-01, among other things.

Please check out @newenglandsynthfest at their website: https://nesynthfest.alt-mode.com/
And the entire stream of the day's performances here:"

New England Synth Fest, April 22, 2023

video upload by New England Synth Fest

You can check out more of Cowboy's stuff on his channel and twitch.tv stream for his latest project, 'The Entire Robot':

/ theentirerobot
and website https://www.theentirerobot.com/

Check out all my original music here: https://soundcloud.com/user-801248952"

Monday, January 23, 2023

New England Synth Fest Set for February 23 at the Boston Museum of Science


"New England Synth Fest presents live music, immersive visuals, and exhibitors at the Museum of Science in Boston. Performances in the Planetarium by ximena with visuals by Ziaire Trinidad Sherman, Mesmers with visuals by Allison Tanenhaus, and the The Square Root of Negative Two. More performances on the Lobby Stage by Black Potion, NoizCode, and Collin Russell. Plus lobby exhibits with our friends Stompbox Sonic, coolpics.biz, synthCube, Circuit Happy, Electronic Audio Experiments, Alan R. Pearlman Foundation, and more.


Lobby experience starts at 7:00pm. Planetarium show at 7:30pm. Get tickets at the Museum of Science website. $15. Last summer, June, July, and August were SOLD OUT. Act fast."

Wednesday, October 26, 2022

Reminder: New England Synth Fest is This Weekend!



"Saturday Saturday Saturday! New England Synth Fest, October 29, 12pm to 6pm, in Burlington, Mass (at the Microsoft Technology Center, 5 Wayside Road). SIX HOURS of live music, video art, vendors, exhibitors, lectures, workshops, a jam room, and a synthesizer petting zoo. FREE admission.

Live music from Luke Stark, ximena, Michael Bierylo, Wizard Peter, Natalie Hogue, Odie DeSmith, TotoRobyn, Mute City, NXOR, Aether Chroma, Virosa and Funkhouser, and Retribution Body. Live visualizations from Anagram, Diane Menyuk, Merritt Schwartz, Jame Coyne, Vidumami, and Allison Tanenhaus.

Lectures and talks from Piotr Rotkiewicz, Irwin Kwan, David Mash, Ralph Kinscheck, A. Campbell Payne, Tom Eaton, Ryan Page, Matthew Davidson, Christina Shivers, Deftly-D, and Samuel Holland (see the website for topics, schedule, and details).

There will be a "Jam Room" brought to you by Circuit Happy, using shared CV/MIDI clock on their Missing Link hardware. A DIY workshop by SynthCube (build your own Moffenzeef Jarmageddon, preregistration and kit purchase required). Exhibits from Stompbox Sonic, Alan R.Pearlman Foundation, Electronic Audio Experiments, Retroaktiv Synthesizers, Tall Dog Electronics, AND MORE. Check out the NESF website for more details."

Wednesday, October 12, 2022

Next New England Synth Fest Set for October 29



The next great big New England Synth Fest is coming up on Saturday, October 29, 12pm to 6pm. Taking place at the Microsoft Technology Center, 5 Wayside Road, Burlington, Mass. A full day of great electronic music and visualization artists, along with lectures, exhibitors, and vendors. There's even a build-a-Jarmaggedon workshop and a petting zoo. Twelve performances! Ten lectures! Check out the NESF website for more details. Follow on Twitter, Instagram, and Linkedin for updates.

Sunday, September 18, 2022

New England Synth Fest - Bill T Miller Synthesizer Performance @ Museum of Science Boston - 08.11.22


video upload by Bill T Miller

"Bill T Miller Synthesizer Performance @ New England Synth Fest @ Museum of Science Boston - 08.11.22. This BTM stereophonic improv performance features a CLASSIC SYNTH array... Buchla Easel Command 208-C, Korg ARP 2600, Moog Mother-32, Make Noise O-Coast and 4MS STS Sampler & Toppobrillo MiniMix.

Video Produced/Directed/Edited by Bill T Miller
Cameras: BTM & Sheri Hausey & Beth Moguel

BILL T MILLER, a chameleon of sonic exploration, is a multi-instrumentalist musician, composer, recording engineer, producer, filmmaker, photographer, artist, instrument builder and cat lover. From toy piano at two years old to starting a "band" with tennis racket guitar and trash can drums in the 60s to becoming a professional recording engineer / producer / live sound tech after graduating from College for the Recording Arts in San Francisco in 1976, his paths are always unfolding and looping. At recording college he took synthesizer courses with ARP 2600 and Emu synths and then worked (as live sound and recording engineer) in California until 1980.

Eventually ending up in Boston working as a freelance recording engineer and live sound engineer and then starting his own Headroom Recording Studios. While much of his "professional career" was devoted to recording and photographing OTHER artists, he was always working on his own weirdo music bands in the shadows. Some of these adventures include Out of Band Experience (OBE), Kings Of Feedback, Drum Army, Kings Of Slack, Zonkulator, and Orgy Of Noise with over 25 full album releases on his own DIY labels as an artist.

BTM's quest has looped back around to a nostalgic look forward incorporating ALL of the past adventures while moving sideways in time in to an unknown future think void. Living in Boston for 37 years and giving every moment to this insatiable desire to CREATE and SHARE is focus of his true path.

SEE: http://btmtv.com (this youtube channel)
HEAR: http://billtmiller.bandcamp.com
MORE: http://billtmiller.com/

On the Second Thursday of every month of summer 2022, the Museum of Science teamed up with New England Synth Fest for an incredible fusion of live synthesizer performances that took over the Charles Hayden Planetarium. Experience some of the best synth musicians and visualizers from New England like never before in the immersive full dome environment of the Planetarium.

LOBBY MUSIC 7pm
BILL T MILLER = outer space trip out synths
20 minute set - PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY.

LOBBY SYNTHFEST VENDORS
ARP Foundation (Alan R. Pearman's daughter DINA will be there) & SynthCube & Stompbox Sonic & coolpix and MORE

7:30pm in the DOME three were 20 minute sets back to back for first show...

introduced by the host of MOS SUMMER THURSDAY SERIES... JAMES MONROE ! - Asha Tamirisa
- LIMBC with visuals by Solid State Entity - Bob Familiar with visuals by cskonopka

+ following 1st dome show were two 20 minute LOBBY sets...
- Vizzie / Oxalis (Ed Guild & Richard Tarantio)
- Build (Nick Solarz)

The three lobby sets are hosted by Richard Tarantio in conjunction with Modular On The Spot Boston. Richard provided LIVE SOUND for all three lobby sets and played in a duo for the middle set.

+ 9:30pm in the DOME there was a repeat of the hree 20 minute sets back to back for second show. (see above.)

Boston Museum of Science Polage Art by Austine Wood Comarow !!!!!

Mega Thanx to NEW ENGLAND SYNTH FEST HOST... KENT LUNDBERT !
Super Thanx to MOS SUMMER THURSDAY SERIES HOST... JAMES MONROE !

Ultra Thanx to BUCHLA GURU TODD BARTON for KRELL WISDOM & FLUTE APPEARANCE via morphagene sampler.

Super THANX to BETH MOGUEL for footage.
Eternal THANX as always to SHERI HAUSEY & Tippi Cat & Ziggy Cat & Mel the Cat !!!!"

Thursday, July 21, 2022

New England Synth Fest Set For August 11 at the Boston Museum of Science



via New England Synth Fest

"New England Synth Fest presents live music, immersive visuals, and exhibitors at the Museum of Science in Boston. Performances in the Planetarium by Bob Familiar with visuals by cskonopka, LIMBC with visuals by Solid State Entity, and Asha Tamirisa.

Plus more performances on the Lobby Stage by Bill T Miller, Vizzie & Oxalis, and Build.

Plus lobby exhibits with our friends Stompbox Sonic, coolpics.biz, synthCube, Pirx Modular, Circuit Happy, Alan R. Pearlman Foundation, The Record Co., CopperSound Pedals, and more.

Second show added at 9:30pm. June and July were SOLD OUT. The 7:30pm show on August 11 is already SOLD OUT. Get tickets for 9:30pm show on August 11."

Wednesday, June 15, 2022

Next New England Synth Fest Set for July 14 at the Boston Museum of Science



"New England Synth Fest presents immersive visuals with live music with visuals in the Planetarium. More live music and exhibitors in the Museum Lobby. Performances in the Planetarium by A. Campbell Payne with visuals by Christopher Konopka, J. Bagist with DebStep, and Rachel Devorah and Emily Boyer. Plus performances on the Lobby Stage by Christina Shivers, Don Nothing, and D.U.M.E. Plus lobby exhibits with our friends Stompbox Sonic, synthCube, coolpics.biz, The Alan R. Pearlman Foundation, AND MORE. Thursday, July 14, 2022, starting at 7pm, at the Museum of Science, Boston.

The June Synth Fest was SOLD OUT. Get tickets for July now."

Thursday, May 26, 2022

New England Synth Fest set for June 9 at the Boston Museum of Science



"New England Synth Fest is collaborating with the Boston Museum of Science this summer to present three "mini festivals", featuring live electronic music in the Planetarium accompanied by video synthesizers and visualizers on the dome. Every second Thursday of the month this summer (June 9, July 14, and August 11).

The first event is Thursday, June 9th, featuring Violet Nox with DebStep, Jade Rose with Jame Coyne, and Metal TIger with Anagram, all performing (music and video) in the Planetarium Dome. In the Museum lobby, there will be exhibits and more live music, with Ryan Campos, Oxalis, and Snowbeasts. Tickets and more information here.

New England Synth Fest
nesynthfest.org
https://twitter.com/nesynthfest
https://www.linkedin.com/..."

Wednesday, November 06, 2019

Western New England Synth Fest 2019 - Bill T Miller Synth Performance Fall 2019


Published on Nov 5, 2019 Bill T Miller

"Bill T Miller of OrgyOfNoise @ Western New England Synth Fest 2019 @ Hampshire College, Amherst, MA. on November 2, 2019.

* Poster ARTWORK by David C. Lovelace - THANX !!!!

* Super thanx to co-hosts Dan Warner & Eric Crawley and Hampshire College Sound Tech Crew.... and to ALL WHO WERE THERE onstage and in the audience. Extra THANX Eric Crawley for introduction onstage and of course as always to Sheri Hausey & Ziggy Cat.

* SYSTEM BTM Modular Synth Mountain AVL Rig
=============
Make Noise O-Coast
Make Noise EchoPhon
Make Noise ErbeVerb
Mutable Ears
Pittsburgh Lifeforms Outs
=============
Moog Mother-32
Make Noise Pressure Points
Make Noise Maths

* This BTM rig includes mostly modules that were made in Asheville, NC by the Smokey Mountains by Make Noise & Moog... so i dubbed this case my BTM SYNTH MOUNTAIN RIG.

More Bill T Miller / Orgy Of Noise via...
http:/OrgyOfNoise.com
http://billtmiller.bandcamp.com"

Friday, October 04, 2019

New England Synthesizer Fest Fall 2019 at Microsoft - Live Performances


Published on Oct 4, 2019 Bill T Miller

Poster Artwork by Dave C Lovelace. See this post for a walkthrough.

"New England Synth Fest September 28, 2019 at Microsoft Burlington/Boston. noon to 6pm.

THIS VIDEO produced/edited/fx by Bill T Miller
- xtra thanx to Sheri Hausey, Deftly-D, JP Tuttle, Konopka, Dewb

5 of the 12 Live Performances were captured via short iphone 1 minute or less clips with mono audio. The entire 18 minute Bill T Miller set was shot multi-cam (iphones) & stereo audio and will be released at some point.

1-Bill T Miller of Orgy Of Noise
2-Bob Familiar
3-Joe Brown
4-LIMBC
5-Andrew Neumann

Live Projection Screen VISUALS
-Christopher Konopka
-Michael Dewberry

=====
Second part is a random slide show of PHOTOGRAPHS of other performers, workshop talks, vendors etc that were shot by Bill T Miller. The synth soundtrack during slide show is by BTM as well. ALL the AUDIO you hear in this video is from the synthfest.

-PERFORMERS
-Bill T Miller
-Bob Familiar
-Ben Alman
-Joe Brown
-J.P. Tuttle
-Chris Konopka (visuals)
-LIMBC - Anda Volley
-Andrew Neuman
-Eleleletrix (duo)
-Eric Crawley
-Petridisch
-VERA
-Dewb = Michael Dewbery (visuals)

-ARTISTS, WORKSHOPS, VENDORS, ETC-
-Mandy and Bob Familiar
-Synth Petting Zoo
- Izzy Maxwell - Real Fake Knobs
-Piotr Rotkiewicz
-Luke Stark and SOUP
-Circuit Happy Jam Room
-Bob Chidlaw
-Sam Holland
-Joe Paradiso

This is only a fraction of what was going on that afternoon in six different rooms at Microsoft. Originally I was only going to PLAY SHOOT RECORD my BTM MOD SYNTH LIVE SET, but over the day ended up shooting pix and few short vid clips and edited it all together as a gift to the people that were there or wanted to be there.

+Poster Artwork by Dave C Lovelace

+THANX to hosts Microsoft & Bob Familiar and Eric Crawley o Analogue Heaven North East& Kent Lundberg & Paul Geffen of Boston Modular and all who where there.

NESF - http://nesynth.org

BILL T MILLER - ORGY OF NOISE via
http://OrgyOfNoise.com"

Sunday, September 29, 2019

New England Synthesizer Fest - Fall 2019


Published on Sep 29, 2019 DJ Fran├žois G

"New England Synthesizer Fest - Fall 2019 #bostonmodular #pgmcerimonial #tvcultura #meb"

See this post for some live performances.

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

New England Synthesizer Festival Set for Saturday, September 28, 2019


"The New England Synthesizer Festival will happen Saturday, September 28, 2019, 12pm to 6pm, at the Microsoft Technology Center, 5 Wayside Road, in lovely Burlington, Massachusetts. Free admission. Come enjoy a wide selection of new and old, analog and digital, audio and video, professionals and hobbyists, modular and monolithic, synthesizers and synthesizer nuts. Performances, lectures, demonstrations, workshops, and exhibits.

Twitter for updates: https://twitter.com/NESynthFest
Website for more info and links: http://nesynthfest.org"

Friday, February 15, 2019

New England Winter Synthesizer Festival Set for Saturday, March 2 in Burlington, Massachusetts


This one is in via Kent. You can full details on the event here.

"The New England Winter Synthesizer Festival will happen Saturday, March 2, 2019, 12pm to 6pm, at the Microsoft Technology Center, 5 Wayside Road, in lovely Burlington, Massachusetts. Free admission. Please come enjoy a wide selection of new and old, analog and digital, audio and video, professionals and hobbyists, modular and monolithic, synthesizers and synthesizer nuts."
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