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Wednesday, July 03, 2024

Man what a messy room


video upload by Steve Turner

http://www.five12.com

Tuesday, July 02, 2024

Five12 Vector mk2. Dual chance lanes for pitch. It’s great.


video upload by Steve Turner

http://www.five12.com

Monday, June 03, 2024

Vector and QVL with pitch quantisation and Rabid Elephant Natural Gate.


video upload by Steve Turner

Tuesday, May 14, 2024

Retrokits RK008, Third Wave synth and Innerclock Systems


video upload by Steve Turner

"In this quick video I show how EASY it is to record midi sequences into the RK008 Realtime Multitrack Midi Recorder. I start with a monophonic part and then show a simple chord part. I am doing all this one handed so don't expect Rick Wakeman (even if I had 100 hands). The point being how SIMPLE it is to create parts in the RK008 and then play them back into your hardware."

https://www.innerclocksystems.com

Friday, May 10, 2024

Innerclock Systems 3LX and Multi-Split solution


video upload by Steve Turner

"Innerclock Systems 3LX and Multi-Split solution for all your clocking needs."

https://www.innerclocksystems.com/sync-gen-3lx

Saturday, April 13, 2024

Five12 QV-L Quad Variable LFO


video upload by Steve Turner

"Vector Sequencer, QV-L, nRings, Weston Precision Audio SF1, 4MS DLD

So really I am testing the ATEM MINI PRO and headset mic here. I think I got it close but when I started dialing the grit in using the LEVEL on the SF1 you can really hear it pushing (which is a good thing, but less good for video levels). This is fun."

http://www.five12.com

FREE RUN for GATES on the Five12 Vector Sequencer

video upload by Steve Turner

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Bob Moog Foundation's Ignite Gala Sparks a Crowd

via The Bob Moog Foundation

[BMF's Michelle Moog-Koussa and Toto's Steve Porcaro]

"Encino, CA - October 2014... The First Annual Bob Moog Foundation Ignite Gala is one for the history books, exceeding even the most optimistic expectations.

Held to benefit the Foundation's hallmark educational initiative, Dr. Bob's SoundSchool, the event brought a full house of the best and brightest in music, recording, science, and technology to the splendid Encino, California home of Michael and Edie Lehmann Boddicker.

Guests were treated to an intimate candlelight dinner, capped by an amazing performance by a star-studded house band that included keyboardists CJ Vanston (Prince, Tina Turner, Toto, Joe Cocker, Spinal Tap) and Steve Porcaro (Toto), bassist Leland Sklar (James Taylor, Jackson Browne, Toto), drummer Joe Pusateri (John Lee Hooker, John Entwistle, the Muppets "Animal"), guitarists Jeff "Skunk" Baxter (Doobie Brothers, Steely Dan) and Tony Valenziano (The Stand, Smash), and singers Joseph Williams (Toto) and Rob Giles (Circa Zero, The Rescues), as well as a guest performance by theremin virtuoso Michael Gough."

[The House Band: Joseph Williams, Joe Pusateri, Steve Porcaro, CJ Vanston, Jeff Baxter, Tony Valenziano, Leland Sklar]

" Proceeds from the event will go to benefit the Bob Moog Foundation's hallmark educational initiative, Dr. Bob's SoundSchool, a 10-week experiential curriculum teaching children about the science of sound through the magic of music. Now in its fourth year, Dr. Bob's SoundSchool currently serves more than 1,000 second-grade students in 55 classrooms. Executive Director Michelle Moog-Koussa, shared with guests the Foundation's plans to expand Dr. Bob's SoundSchool, including an upcoming pilot program in Southern California.

Visitors were welcome to see and play many of Boddicker's vintage instruments from his extensive collection, including a rare, custom engineered Moog modular synthesizer, Polymoog, Minimoog Model D, Moog Drum Controller, Big Briar theremin signed by Bob Moog, Moog String Filter, and a custom Multiple Resonance Filter Array-24 designed by Moog himself. Within the rooms of Michael Boddicker's studio, guests were treated to exclusive previews of new inventions in the Inventor's Corner including the new Vo-96, a revolutionary acoustic synthesizer for guitars, the Jambé, a new electronic percussion instrument, and Center Point Stereo monitor, which delivers a 300 degree sound field from a single cabinet."

[Michael and Edie Lehmann Boddicker]

'We were absolutely overwhelmed by the attendance at our first Ignite Gala, and by the tremendous support we have received,' remarked Michelle Moog-Koussa, Executive Director of the Bob Moog Foundation. 'This is just the first in a series of events we have planned to raise awareness for the Foundation, and it is clear that Dr. Bob's SoundSchool is a program that resonates with educators and parents nationwide. We're looking forward to our next event.'

'It was a tremendous honor for me and the band to pay tribute to Bob Moog's pioneering legacy by performing at this event for the Bob Moog Foundation," stated musical director CJ Vanston. "What a great way to honor the legacy of a man whose innovations have brought so much to contemporary music.'"

Monday, September 22, 2014

Bob Moog Foundation to Host Ignite Gala Benefit

"Encino, CA - September 2014...

The Bob Moog Foundation will be hosting a very special benefit event on October 4, 2014. The Ignite Gala, held at Michael Boddicker's residence in Encino, CA, will benefit the Foundation's hallmark education initiative, Dr. Bob's SoundSchool.

The event promises to be a spectacular evening celebrating Bob Moog's enduring legacy and the power of music as an inspirational, cultural force. Entertainment will be provided by a stellar band including CJ Vanston (Prince, Tina Turner, Toto, Joe Cocker, Spinal Tap) and Steve Porcaro (Toto) on keyboards, Leland Sklar (James Taylor, Jackson Browne, Toto) on bass, Jeff "Skunk" Baxter (Doobie Brothers, Steely Dan) on guitar, Joe Pusateri (John Lee Hooker, John Entwistle, the Muppets "Animal") on drums, and Rob Giles (Circa Zero, The Rescues) on vocals, as well as other surprise guests.

In addition to an intimate candlelight dinner, the event will also feature a silent auction of fabulous offerings including various instruments (signed and unsigned), travel opportunities and other valuable services. Donors thus far include Dave Smith Instruments, Yamaha, Line 6, Synthology, Sennheiser, PreSonus, JBL Professional, Blue, Novation, and Shure, with other donors still being added.

Visitors will also be invited to take in the exclusive Innovator's Corner, where new inventions in music technology will be revealed, and to view some classic Moog and other synthesizers from Michael Boddicker's private collection.

Proceeds from the event will benefit the Bob Moog Foundation's hallmark educational initiative, Dr. Bob's Soundschool, a10-week experiential curriculum teaching children about the science of sound through the magic of music. Now in its fourth year, Dr. Bob's Soundschool currently serves more than 1,000 second-grade students in 55 classrooms. Visitors to the Ignite Gala will be helping to support the Foundation's plans to expand the program nationwide, including new initiatives in Southern California.

'It is a tremendous honor for me and the band to pay tribute to Bob Moog's pioneering legacy by performing at this event for the Bob Moog Foundation,' stated musical director CJ Vanston. 'This is a way for us to give back to a man whose innovations have brought so much to contemporary music.'

'We've had interest from all over the country about Dr. Bob's SoundSchool,' remarked Michelle Moog-Koussa, Executive Director of the Bob Moog Foundation. 'It's an innovative, STEAM-based curriculum that resonates with teachers and school districts who recognize the importance integrating arts and science education. Through Dr. Bob's SoundSchool, we inspire children to think more creatively by offering them multi-sensory approaches to scientific discovery. We are creating tomorrow's innovators and problem solvers.'

Attendance to the event is limited, and tickets may be ordered online at www.bit.ly/IgniteGalaTix"

Saturday, August 16, 2014

c64 games sid music compilation


Uploaded on May 12, 2011 einokeino303

"I compiled this music for a CD about a year ago so I could blast my friends with it during our summer gathering at my friends lakeside cabin. I now decided to share it. Most of this music has already been uploaded to YT in separate videos by various users. This compilation mostly focuses on later era c64 game music and doesn't try to be my favorite song list. It's a collection of few tunes I was listening at the time.

I thought it would be fun not to write down where the music was taken from so everyone has a chance to guess. If people seem interested I'll add the name of composer and the track at the bottom of this description after each correct guess. For now I'll just leave the track names blank. I was planning to give a thumb up for each correct guess, but it looks like that can't be done in YT.

All tracks were recorded from Sidplay and not from a real c64.

00:00 [Track 01] Jeroen Tel (MoN) - Golden Axe (original Main Theme by Tohru Nakabayashi) (1990 Virgin Games)
02:33 [Track 02] Søren Lund - Turrican 3 (Stage 1.2) (2004 Smash Designs)
04:22 [Track 03] Reyn Ouwehand & Anthony Lees - Last Ninja Remix (subtune 3) (System 3) (original Central Park ingame by Matt Gray)
07:22 [Track 04] Søren Lund - Turrican 3 (Stage 2.2) (original Turrican 3 [Amiga] Intro by Chris Huelsbeck) (2004 Smash Designs)
10:20 [Track 05] Jonathan Dunn - Typhoon (Title) (1988 Imagine / Konami)
12:14 [Track 06] Keith Tinman - Midnight Resistance (original Title by Data East House Team) (1990 Ocean / Data East)
14:16 [Track 07] Keith Tinman - Midnight Resistance (original Boss by Data East House Team) (1990 Ocean / Data East)
15:17 [Track 08] Keith Tinman - Midnight Resistance (original Stage 1 by Data East House Team) (1990 Ocean / Data East)
17:10 [Track 09] Fredrik Segerfalk (Moppe) - Blood Money (Title) (1990 Psygnosis)
21:48 [Track 10] Anthony Lees - Dream Warrior (1988 US Gold)
24:22 [Track 11] Tim Follin - Bionic Commando (original Stage 1 by Harumi Fujita) (1988 Go! / Capcom)
26:09 [Track 12] Jonathan Dunn - Arkanoid (2): Revenge of Doh (1988 Imagine / Taito)
28:10 [Track 13] Steve Turner - Uridium (1986 Hewson)
28:47 [Track 14] Neil Brennan - Samurai Warrior (Non-Combat) (1988 Firebird)
30:45 [Track 15] Jason C. Brooke - Tiger Road (original Stage 1 by Capcom House Team) (1988 Go! / Capcom)
31:46 [Track 16] Dave Lowe (Uncle Art) - Street Fighter 2 (c64 Title & Ingame / original by Capcom House Band) (1992 US Gold / Capcom)
32:23 [Track 17] Rob Hubbard - Spellbound (1986 MAD Mastertronic)
37:16 [Track 18] Rob Hubbard - Sanxion (Loader) (1986 Thalamus)
41:59 [Track 19] Jason C. Brooke - Outrun (original "Magical Sound Shower" by Hiroshi Miyauchi) (1988 US Gold / Sega)
44:06 [Track 20] Jason C. Brooke - Outrun (original "Splash Wave" by Hiroshi Miyauchi) (1988 US Gold / Sega)
46:05 [Track 21] Dave Lowe (Uncle Art) - Power Drift (original "Side Street" by Hiroshi Miyauchi) (1990 Activision / Sega)
49:10 [Track 22] Matt Gray - Last Ninja 2 (The Office loader) (1988 System 3)
52:13 [Track 23] Ramiro Vaca - Turrican (End Theme) (1991 Rainbow Arts)
56:14 [Track 24] Tammo Hinrichs - Turrican 3 (Title) (original [Amiga] Turrican 3 Stage 1.1 by Chris Huelsbeck) (2004 Smash Designs)

EDIT: Tracks from these games were hardest to guess: Blood Money, Dream Warrior, Arkanoid 2, Tiger Road, Spellbound, Turrican"

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Tribute to Dr. Bob: Erik Norlander's Galactic Collective & More to Benefit the Bob Moog Foundation

"Tribute to Dr. Bob: Erik Norlander's Galactic Collective, Steven and Drew Heller, Weave Sonic Inspiration to Benefit the Bob Moog Foundation

Asheville, NC - March 26, 2014... In tribute to pioneer Bob Moog's upcoming 80th birthday, maestro synthesist Erik Norlander and his band The Galactic Collective will perform a benefit concert for the Bob Moog Foundation at Isis Music Hall on May 8, 2014 at 8pm. Opening for the band will be Drew Heller, the guitarist for Toubab Krewe, joined by his father, Grammy award winning producer/composer Steven Heller. Tickets are $20, with proceeds benefitting Dr. Bob's Sound School, the Foundation's hallmark educational project.

The Galactic Collective is a re-imagining of Norlander's favorite instrumental songs written for his band Rocket Scientists, his chanteuse spouse Lana Lane, and his many solo albums including Threshold, Into the Sunset, Music Machine and Seas of Orion. He is an accomplished keyboardist and composer who has produced over 30 albums. He has toured and recorded as the keyboardist and co-writer for the Asia spinoff, Asia Featuring John Payne, since 2007 and has also toured extensively with Big Noize, a hard rock supergroup featuring Joe Lynn Turner, Vinny Appice and other rock luminaries. Norlander has been an enthusiastic supporter of the Bob Moog Foundation since 2007, including performing the benefit Moogus Operandi at Asheville's Orange Peel in 2011.

Norlander comments, "Bob Moog brought a new voice to the musical landscape, and our musical vernacular would be very different without his enduring contribution. The Moog name is synonymous with art, science and innovation, and as a keyboardist and synthesist, I can think of no greater tribute than using Bob's timeless inventions as the core instruments in my own craft."

Steven Heller was a longtime friend and colleague of Bob Moog. He has won two Grammy Awards, as well as a number of national awards for his music and recordings. He was production music supervisor for the 1995 Miramax film, "The Journey of August King." and wrote and produced the theme music for "Conversations" and "Evening Rounds," listener call-in programs on the public radio station WCQS.

"Bob was a brilliant, funny, creative, spiritual, loving and generous man," remarks Heller. "I will always cherish our friendship."

Guitarist Drew Heller tours nationally with Afro fusion band Toubab Krewe. Toubab Krewe's first album, Toubab Krewe was released in 2005, around the time that Moog was critically ill. The band's exceptional musicianship left him sonically inspired. Moog's 80th birthday is May 23rd.

Michelle Moog-Koussa, Executive Director of the Bob Moog Foundation, adds, "On the eve of Bob's 80th birthday, it is a fitting tribute to have these two musical acts converging for an evening of celebration and reverence for Bob's enduring legacy of inspiration though sonic exploration. We are grateful to all of the musicians involved for making this possible."

Isis Music Hall, located at 743 Haywood Road in West Asheville, prides itself on a high quality audio experience. Isis is renowned for its dinner service, which begins at 5pm each evening. Diners may come any time before the show begins. This show will be both standing and seated. Tickets are available at:

http://isisasheville.com/events/tribute-to-dr-bob-erik-norlanders-galactic-collective/

www.eriknorlander.com
www.toubabkrewe.com
www.bobmoogfoundation.org

Video Link: Toubab Krewe's Connection to Bob Moog"


Uploaded on Nov 2, 2010 moogfoundation·98 videos

"VOICES: Toubab Krewe's One-of-a-Kind Connection to Bob Moog through the Network of Creativity

"They are such damn good musicians that I just wish I could dance with Ileana to their music"

-- Bob Moog speaking about Toubab Krewe in the month before his passing

On August 21, 2005, Bob Moog succumbed to an aggressive brain tumor. His passing touched legions of people around the world.

In the month prior to his passing, Bob discovered the music of Toubab Krewe, an new, local african/rock fusion band who was, at the time, managed by Bob's longtime friend Steven Heller. One sleepless night he listened to their new self-titled CD over and over again, and was deeply moved by the quality of the musicianship. This beautiful video explores the reach of the Moog Legacy as it has touched Toubab Krewe and as it is manifested in the Bob Moog Foundation.

We owe a huge thanks to many people who helped make this video a reality. The video was shot in the studio of world-class Echo Mountain Recording in Asheville, North Carolina. The owner, Steve Wilhelm and their manager, Jessica Tomilson, continue to be a wonderfully supportive to the Foundation's mission. The exceptional filmmaking team that donated their services to make this video a possibility was a collaboration between David Bragg of Flying Pigs Studio and the late Margaret Lauzon of Studio South, among other local talents."
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