Sometimes something comes along that just plugs directly into one’s brain and fits. This process and these sounds. Discovered via Analog Industries. More Wouter van Veldhoven here.
I left the synth on one day when I went out. When I came back that evening it was doing this. I’d like to say it was also doing this, but this actually took a little convincing.
I’ve not been able to take part in Marc Weidenbaum’s Disquiet Junto assignments lately, but when this week’s edition came along I knew it was perfect timing. I played the saxophone in middle and high school, from 1979 to 1986. I haven’t seen my old alto sax since then, until my sister drove it up […]
Baby, I have a confession. I know you’ve been suspecting something like this for a while. And I’d like to say you’re wrong, that you’ve been imagining things. But you know I’d be lying, and I love you too much to lie to you, baby. So here it is. I’ve been seeing someone else. I […]
Finally, edited some video from the Philly SYnth Meet on December 3.
About 17 people and their gear filled my studio on Saturday evening. I hope we didn’t scare the neighbors. Actually, I hope we did. This was a good time and I hope it becomes a regular thing.
Tomorrow is a little event here at my art studio. If you’re around, stop by. It will be going well into the evening.
I think I may have mentioned that I recently went through a small identity crisis with my modular synth. See, one kind of bad thing about a modular is that it is never “complete.” That is, when you get a Juno or an Access Virus or a MS-20, that is your synth. Strengths, weaknesses, limitations […]