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Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Breath Controlled Buchla - Making a flute with a synthesizer

video upload by Aaron Goldberg

"Here is the follow up video I promised, briefly explaining and demonstrating the 'flute' patch I discovered recently. This simple patch involves an external input / preamp module with an envelope follower, an oscillator with timbre control / wave shaping and a vca. Adding a noise source as a secondary sound, opening it with a similar envelope, can really add to the illusion that its a flute. I am taking the envelope follower from the aux in, and patching that to amplitude and timbre of the complex oscillator. There is also a pulse generated every time I blow into the mic. The pulse tells a sequencer to advance, changing the note you hear every time you blow into the mic. Thank you for checking out my video! If you are interested, you can see me make improvised music live on twitch at"

Sunday, September 13, 2015

An Interview with Barry Schrader

Hi everyone! As you know Barry Schrader will be giving his farewell concert at CalArts on September 26. The following is the beginning of my interview with him. I opted to post the questions and answers as they come in.  New QAs will get a new post so you do not miss them and they will be added to this post so we have one central post for the full interview. This should make it easier for all of us to consume in our busy lives, and it will allow you to send in any questions that may come to mind during the interview process.  If you have anything you'd like to ask Barry, feel free to send it in to  This is a rare opportunity for us to get insight on a significant bit of synthesizer history, specifically with early Buchla systems, and I'd like to thank Barry for this opportunity. Thank you Barry!


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