“This event will host many manufacturers, such as Korg, Yamaha, Roland, Arturia, UVI… Other smaller manufacturer will be there, like Mutable Instruments with its new line of modules, Baloran with his wonderful 8 voice polyphonic River that will be demonstrated by myself, as I program the preset sounds on it at the moment.
“Control is pleased to present “Demystifying Maths 101,” an introductory intensive on the Make Noise Maths lead by Martin Doudoroff.Are you baffled by or afraid of Maths? Is Maths just sitting in your rack, neglected? Or are you just curious what the fuss is about? We’ll straighten all that out for you in this introductory workshop on one of the most versatile tools in Eurorack.
“Cactus-powered synths, a bed that vibrates to bass frequencies, a theremin-controlled video wall and more.
Last month, Moog transformed a bungalow in Los Angeles neighborhood Echo Park into a synth wonderland called the House of Electronicus, filled with instruments and custom-built installations. Alongside the Asheville company’s new Drummer From Another
You can find full details and how to attend at https://www.surrey.ac.uk.
“The University of Surrey has been home to the Moog Soundlab UK for the past two years. Hosting a series of artist residencies and student workshops, the Soundlab has become a fabulous learning and production resource for Music, Creative Music Technology and Tonmeister students.
“Our favorite monthly playground is back!
People from Bastl & friends showcase the hard work in progress & try th new stuff with their live sets! Come and be part of the organic process of the local music scene.
This time 11 musicians will create the music in front of your eyes with modular and other synths.
“Recorded at the CV FREQS event in London, I was excited to be given permission to film the fantastic Tom Whitwell of Music Thing Modular, giving a history lesson on the emergence of technologies that led to the inception of modern synthesizers in the twentieth century (and beyond!).
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