A quick run on the 1974 Moog System 55 Modular Synthesizer property of Conservatorio S. Cecilia in Rome. The 960 sequencer drives 3 saw vcos (row a), the cutoff of lowpass filter (row b); row c is for seq clock modulation. Noise and a fourth square vco for accents and deep sounds. Audio straight from – far in the room – a couple of Genelec monitor. Hats of to Bob Moog.
This short demonstration shows my little invention: CV-source dedicated for Dub-Step drops. Unlike regular fader, this one has its maximal value on the middle position. Schematics available. It’s very simple and it’s free for non-commercial use.
You can get schematic here: http://ic.pics.livejournal.com/rpocc/…
R2 and R3 can be replaced with 4.7k to increase the sweep width.
We certainly agree with Kip Kubin on this one:
I’ll admit some some envy of those at NAMM making amazing drones and sequences on the Buchla Music Easel. so I decided to do my best with the Arp2600 and my Make Noise Rene. I’ll also admit the the Rene is so good at what it does I barely touched it and out came some of the best music I’ve heard from my Arp.
Custom software enables gestural control using Kinect and PC. Hand movements in the X and Y axes are translated into MIDI signals which generate control voltages, allowing 2 dimensional morphing of waveforms in a “Morphing Terrarium” module, processed through modular moog. Recorded in the superterranian lair of the Robotmakers.
Watch as Benge creates modular magic using his amazing stash of vintage and rare, modular synthesizers.
Benge shows us his Buchla 200e, Moog 3C, Serge Modular, ARP 2500, EMS VCS3 and Formant modular synthesizers at his amazing Memetune Studios in London, UK
We interview the man of many modules about his studio and amazing synth collection. See a very special studio in North London and one of the finest collections of synths in the world. Home to producer and musician Benge, MemeTune Studios is wall-to-wall synth magic, featuring some of the rarest and most impressive synths ever made.
Band : Kline Coma Xero
Song : The Fanatic
Country : United States
Web Site : http://soundcloud.com/kline-coma-xero
Kline Coma Xero is a minimal wave/synth project produced by Tony Williams from California. The distinctive sound of Kline Coma Xero is produced solely from analogue instruments, producing a cold yet beautifully crafted melodies and rhythms. Such inspiration could only be found in the early European minimal wave/synth groups from the 1980′s. The project gained inception in June of 2012 and offer…s an alternative to the arbitrary use of the laptop as an instrument which has become indicative of modern electronic music. The minimal melodies are layered with melancholy vocals with lyrical content and philosophical outlook inspired from the authors like JG Ballard and Thomas Pynchon.
Tony Williams is also a member of the IDM project DRIL which has released material on the wonderful Austrian net label Laridae and on the now defunkt net label Hippocamp from the UK.
Improv modular synth patch. Downtempo/ IDM/ www.xidzeta.com for free music
A live tweaked algorithmic composition with an analogue computer? Or just some bloke with a big belly and the flu working like hell to keep a semblance of control over a mad, mad, mad machine. You decide.
Either way it is a Serge/Bugbrand analogue sexual orgy.
Getting started with the Buchla 206e — first things first: create a “vanilla” or “plain” preset.