On The Way Back From The Factory

January 20, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

An electronic music piece representing the mindset of a humanoid on the way home from work. This is live performance / improvisation with sequencers. No computer involved.
This is also a prelude to “Are We There?” – his journey back to work.

Equipment:
Music From Outer Space 16-step sequencer
Doepfer MAQ 16/3 sequencer
Club of the Knobs C951 Arpeggiator
Club of the Knobs C1680 Analog Delay
Happy Nerding Super Sawtor
Kristp 1 S-VCO
Dotcom Q106 Oscillator
Dotcom Q109 Envelope Generator
Dotcom Q108 Amplifier
Dotcom Q112 4 Channel Mixer
Dotcom Q118 Instrument Interface
Korg EMX-1 Drum Machine

KOE modular THE MAN MACHINE kraftwerk cover

January 17, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

www.atomosynth.com
Hello World, the man machine cover using the AtomoSynth KOE modular! all sounds come from the KOE modular (except for the drums) including sound effects and the one used with the electroharmonix vocoder, recorded in cubase.

TEK’NO’ME – Electronic modular synth jam

January 15, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Youtube alias ‘alternatingbitmusic’ has shared this modular jam session

I’ve done enough chill vibe sessions, it’s time to juice up the pace…
I hope you enjoy my modular techno session.

littleBits Zoetrope

January 15, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Instructions at https://littlebits.cc/projects/zoetrope

A zoetrope is a spinning device that produces the illusion of motion. Powered by a DC motor, 30 3d-printed figures spin on a disc inside a dark box. As they spin, three bright LEDS pulse quickly, animating the static 3d-printed figures so that they appear to be walking.

littleBits makes an open source library of electronic modules that snap together with magnets for prototyping, learning, and fun. Find out more at littleBits.cc

A rather chill modular jam session – MOTM / Dotcom

January 13, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Explanation of the gear setup follows the music video…
Happily trying out my recently acquired MOTM series of modular including:
MFOS 16-step sequencer
MOTM-120 Sub-Octave Multiplexer
MOTM-101 Noise / Sample & Hold

Syncing Volca Beats and Kilpatrick Modular and Buchla

December 22, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Quick demonstration of a few ways to sync the Volca Beats to my modular:
1. Using arpeggio notes of the Korg Microstation to trigger the Volca Beats (trigger in) via a midi to cv convertor (Kilpatrick in this case)
2. Midi clock in the Volca Beats (midi through on the Kilpatrick)
3. Using trigger out of the sequencer (clock out works also)

littleBits performing Auld Lang Syne

December 19, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Ring in the new year with a classic song played on your synth kit! Happy New Years from littleBits!

littleBits makes an open source library of electronic modules that snap together with magnets for prototyping, learning, and fun. Find out more at littleBits.cc

Analogue Solutions Christmas: Polymath Night (featuring Christine Anderson)

December 19, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM ANALOGUE SOLUTIONS!

Here’s some holiday synthpop action featuring the Analogue Solutions’ Polymath modular synthesizer (all synth sounds heard in the video) as well as the wildly talented and unforgettable Christine Anderson on vocals!

The track was assembled layer by layer using ONLY the Polymath as the sound source. Each track was recorded separately into Logic Pro. From the percussive analogue sequencer loops to the quirky retro leads: each sound was created specifically for use in the “Polymath Night” song and video.

The reverb heard on the instrumentation is from Polymath’s own Spring Reverb. However, some slight delay was added on a couple of tracks for effect.

Christine Anderson offers her one of a kind sound and unique abilities as a vocalist, lyricist and overall creative contributor. Her “magic” touch can be seen and felt throughout the production and her fun-loving spirit brings an overflow of charm and fun to this project! Christine is also a star on the piano and an analogue enthusiast!

The musical bed uses all original Polymath sounds and was produced especially for the holidays by Sound of Science.

*If you enjoyed this video, please share!

More Info:

Christine Anderson: http://www.christineanderson.net
Analogue Solutions: http://www.analoguesolutions.com
Sound of Science: http://www.soundofscience.org

HAPPY HOLIDAYS EVERYONE!

Jasuto Modular Synth: Accelerometer Experiment

December 17, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

In this experiment with the Jasuto Modular synth (http://www.jasuto.com/main/) , Mark has got Noise node modulating FM of a Triangle wave and a sample. The noise node is moving slowly via motion modulation. He added an Accelerometer device which is modulating LFO FM of Square node and delay time. His iPad is held to a mic stand with The Gig Easy Mount (https://thegigeasy.com/) which allows him to move the iPad around pretty aggressively without worrying about a drop. The video also illustrates that motion is relative and even though he manually move the Noise node, it keeps moving with the recorded motion relative to where he drags it.

For more info:
Mark Mosher
Electronic Musician
Boulder, CO
http://www.MarkMosherMusic.com

Teenage Engineering OP-1, Korg Volca Keys and EMW Modular Synthesizer

December 16, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Op-1 connected to an iMac and sending MIDI for Volca Keys and EMW Modular Synth with Ableton Live. Endless sequencer is a lot of fun, Volca Keys is a great partner for the op-1 and the little EMW Modular sounds awesome.

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