Buchla

Korg MiniPops Drum & a Buchla 208

Published on Nov 22, 2014 DJjondent

“I love my old drums as much as my new ones.
The tones coming from this wonderful machine sounds so warm.

The Mini Pops doesn’t have a trigger out so a Buchla envelope follower was used. A Buchla 230 module.
You can see more pics of this setup here:

http://djjondent.blogspot.com.au/2014…

Plus some info on the Korg MiniPops (Junior):
http://

Flame 4 Vox Organ

Published on Nov 21, 2014 Ebotronix

Flame 4 Vox, Beta Test 21 (V 0.97)
Buchla System #1
Moog Prodigy Bass, B Murf, CP251,Vx 351, MP 201
Kenton Pro 2000
Rane SM 26
Rocktron Rack Interface
Yamaha KX 25, MCS 2
Fostex 812 mixer
Hameg Dual Trace Oscilloscope HM 312-8
FX: Akai MCF 42, Lexicon MPX 100, PCM 90, TC M one XL
Ultrabeat Drum
vid # 1184

Flame 4 Vox Wavescanning

Published on Nov 21, 2014 Ebotronix

Flame 4 Vox, Beta Test 20 (V 0.97)
Buchla System #1
Moog Prodigy low drone, B Murf, CP251noise, MP 201
Kenton Pro 2000
Rane SM 26
Rocktron Rack Interface
Yamaha KX 25, MCS 2
Mackie the mixer
Hameg Dual Trace Oscilloscope HM 312-8
FX: Akai MCF 42, Lexicon MPX 100, PCM 90, TC M one XL
vid # 1183

An Interview with Andrew Rudin on Astronauta Pinguim

Read the full interview on Astronauta Pinguim

“In 1967 Nonesuch Records, a record company specialized in releasing inexpensive classical music records, became interested in having electronic music in their catalogue. First, they released Morton Subotnick’s ‘Silver Apples of the Moon,’ Kenneth Gaburo’s ‘Music For Voices, Instruments & Electronic Sounds,’ and Beaver & Krause’s ‘The Nonesuch

Flame 4 Vox P2 gene

Published on Nov 17, 2014 Ebotronix

Flame 4 Vox, Fox P2 gene, Speech Synthesis, Beta Test 18
Buchla System #1
EMS Synthi E hihat noises & break pings
Moog Prodigy subbass, CP251, MP 201
Kenton Pro 2000 4 Voice Polyphonic Mode
Rane SM 26
Rocktron Rack Interface
Yamaha KX 25, MCS 2
Mackie the mixer
FX: Akai MCF 42, Lexicon MPX 100, PCM 90, TC M one XL
Logic Ultrabeat kick & rim, 12/8 time,bpm 230

Flame 4 Vox dub

Published on Nov 14, 2014 Ebotronix

Flame 4 Vox Beta Test 16
Buchla System #1
Moog CP251, MP 201
Kenton Pro 2000 4 Voice Polyphonic Mode
Rane SM 26
Rocktron Rack Interface
Yamaha KX 25, MCS 2
Mackie the mixer
FX: Akai MCF 42, Lexicon MPX 100, PCM 90, TC M one XL
Ultrabeat drums
vid # 1179

Buchla 296e – Audio Extraterrestrial DNA

Published on Nov 13, 2014 djangosfire

“A fast and furious patch trying out a new Buchla 296e Spectral Processor.

A single square wave from a DIY 144 clone, patched into the 296e. Then I patched a 261e audio rate LFO into the “morph” of the 296e.

Patched the “all” out from the 296e into a 292e LPG.

By manually adjusting the frequency of the 261e (very slight bit)…. I was able to coax these

Buchla Style 296 Programmable Spectral Processor

via this auction

“buchla style 296 programmable spectral processor , one knob missing, it was functional in a buchla system but unfortunately i don’t have a system to test it now, one knob broke when we took it out of the system but its an easy . some people say that it sounds better than the original because the original produces a lot of hiss maybe true maybe not but still its a great module