The Teletron

April 14, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized 

My version of the Teletron, a mind-to-synthesizer interface conceived by Robert Schneider of The Apples in Stereo based on Mattel’s Mindflex game. Using a wireless (2.4ghz) headset, my brainwaves are converted to a variable DC voltage. This voltage can be used as a control voltage for analog synthesizers.

What you are hearing is the Moog Voyager modulated by my brain waves amplified and converted to voltage. The DC output of the Mindflex is routed to the Moog CP-251 and sent to the Voyager’s pitch and filter as well as the rate of the Moog Murf.

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