Frank Bretschneider experimenting with the Buchla Modular Synthesizer at EMS, Stockholm

Published on Oct 19, 2014 soundsofatiredcity

“Elektronmusikstudion (EMS) is the Swedish centre for electroacoustic music and sound art. The research organization started in 1964 and is based in Stockholm with six studios and a library consisting of a large collection of books about electronic music and sound art. EMS also organizes courses, various events and artist in residence activities.

J3RK 291 Demo – Buchla Eurorack

Published on Oct 18, 2014 wind0spirit’s channel

“A demo of the J3RK buchla dual 291 band pass filter with variable band width (what a mouthfull!) This filter uses vactrols to perform all voltage control functions, so normally FM maxes out at around 15 Hz. So I used some h11f1 Fet-based optocouplers to allow for FM that responds well into ultrasound. I compared to some units with the standard

Wood of uncertainty & Upcoming Todd Barton Buchla Performance

“Buchla 200e system. . . self-generating patch. . . source of uncertainty. . . . . .”

And an upcoming performance in Ashland, OR:

“Bridge State at the DanceSpace

Dear Friends,

I’m really excited about these upcoming multimedia performances! It is a wonderful opportunity for me to
work with an amazing ensemble of diverse artists.

Bruce Bayard with be offering his creative and evocative

Original Buchla Lightning II Brochure

via this auction

“Original and vintage synthesizer controller brochure. The original Buchla Lightning II, Controller Wands, Controller Unit, and Sensor. Four page black and white, original brochure. Vintage and rare brochure as are all Buchla brochures. Brochure is 4 pages, black and white, no tears, no punch holes, no writing, no highlights, very good condition with exception of slight stack

Oraison on Buchla and Haken Continuum

Oraison, composed by Olivier Messiaen in 1937 for six Ondes Martenot, transcribed for Buchla 200e synthesizer and Haken Continuum Fingerboard controller and performed by Richard Lainhart in 2009. From the time I first touched the Haken Continuum, I’d wanted to use it to play a composition by Olivier Messiaen called “Oraison”. I first heard “Oraison” […]