If Brutalism is somewaht of an indication of Jeam-Michel’s upcoming album we can expect a lot of experimental noise and soundscapes. JM may even have used field recording as a means of powering up his electronic ventures. Jean-Michel Jarre is back with his 22nd album this October, embracing VR technology with whats described as a groundbreaking […]
Just like Brian Eno Jean Michel Jarre has the urge to release something innovative on the iOS platform in the shape of a new generative music app. To what extent it adds something to what’s already out there remains to be seen, but in case you are a JM Jarre fan this may be your […]
Although most people are still eagerly awaiting the return of Daft Punk on stage (and as far as we know no signs of this yet), fans may still get to experience a bit of the magic from Daft Punk in the spring. Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo of the world-famous French electronic duo Daft Punk have conceptualized […]
Are you a Pocket Operator? If you are, you are certainly not alone. With the exponential growth in mobile instruments, both when it comes to instruments available for mobile devices like the iPad, and with hardware pocket-sized instruments like Korg’s Volca series. In the forefront of this development we also have Teenage Engineering who in […]
NAMM 2017 has ended and compared with the 2015/16 versions, this year’s event left us a bit on the disappointment side of things. Perhaps one cannot hope that each year will surpass the previous in terms of awesome releases of new software and thrilling new machines on the hardware side, but still this year is […]
Jean Michel Jarre has recently anounced the sequel of his Electronica project where he ambishously collaborates with the elite in electronic and contemporary music. Here at Stereoklang we took a deep dive into the previous album Electronica to get a sense of what we can expect from the upcoming album Electronica2 – The Heart of […]
With an all-analog audio path, and rock-solid digital harmonic oscillators, the RMI Harmonic Synthesizer was the world’s first digital synthesizer. Produced in very limited quantities for a very short period in the mid-1970s. The synth is best known for its prominent role in Jean-Michel Jarre’s classic Oxygène, where it was used extensively (and usually through an […]