Sequential In The Spotlight Interview with Tim Lillis

You can find the interview on Sequential’s website here.

“Tim Lillis has performed around the world with artists like Britney Spears, comedy legend Todd Glass, and the renowned vocal group The Platters.

Tim recently completed the Piece of Me tour with iconic pop artist Britney Spears. He has played in some of the most prominent venues worldwide such as the O2 Arena in London, Accor Hotels

Adamski ft. Seal – ‘Killer’ Deconstruction in Ableton + Adamski Interview

Published on Mar 13, 2019 Point Blank Music School

“For this extra special deconstruction, Ski Oakenfull was joined by Adamski himself to delve into the magic behind his global Seal-featuring hit, ‘Killer’. Shown here is also the Roland TR-909 and the Ensoniq SQ-80.” And the Yamaha RX120.

The live version featured:

Adamski Feat’ Seal Killer – 1990 Top of the pops

And the original:

Adamski

Meet the Makers: Designing the New TB-303

Published on Mar 15, 2019 Roland Cloud

“Roland’s Engineering team in Hamamatsu, Japan takes us behind the new virtual version of the iconic TB-303.”

Serge Tcherepnin – Waveshaper TV Ep. 9

Published on Mar 21, 2019 Waveshaper Media

“Support us on Patreon: http://patreon.com/waveshapertv

Here’s an interview with the one and only Serge synthesizer designer, Serge Tcherepnin! Interviews with Serge are few and far between – in fact we’re only aware of one print interview, from the early ’80s. As far as we know, this is the only filmed interview with Serge in existence. Serge was a

KiNK: The Making of ‘Five’

Published on Mar 19, 2019 Pioneer DJ

“Techno experimentalist KiNK walks us through how he made his track ‘Five’, which appeared on his 2017 album ‘Playground’, using our TORAIZ AS-1 mono synth. Watch as he builds up the track with a five-note sequence (which gave the track its name).Watch our Behind the Sounds video with KiNK here:”

Behind The Sounds: KiNK

Published on Mar 19, 2019 Pioneer DJ

Alessandro Cortini of NIN: Using a Cassette Recorder as an Instrument | Reverb Interview

Published on Mar 12, 2019 Reverb

“Alessandro Cortini (Nine Inch Nails) plays a cassette recorder (Tascam Portastudio) and talks through his personal history with the instrument, and the ways in which he has experimented with the resulting sounds throughout his career.

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Sequential In The Spotlight Interview with MORTEN KØIE

You can find the interview on Sequential’s website here.

“Mr. Koifish is a psych-synth-rock outfit out of Copenhagen fronted by Morten Køie, previously of Turboweekend (named “Best Danish Live Act” at the 2011 Danish Music Awards). Køie (pronounced similarly to “koi” in English) creates an engaging psychedelic experience with each Mr. Koifish record and live show, emphasizing collective

Bob Moog Interview with Clara Rockmore

In celebration of what would have been Clara Rockmore’s 108th birthday this March 9th, The Bob Moog Foundation just posted an interview with Clara Rockmore by Bob Moog. Click through to read it in full.

“March 09, 2019 marks Clara Rockmore’s 108th birthday. In celebration of that milestone of one of the most important, technically and musically gifted thereminists, we are sharing part of a

Sonic TALK Special: Resynator With Alison Tavel and Tara Busch

Published on Mar 7, 2019 sonicstate

“A rare opotunity to hear the Resyntanor early DSP and analog hybrid processer, with Alison Tavel and Tara Busch.
Kickstarter for the Resynator documentary ends March 26th:
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/…
Tara Busch – I Speak Machine Patreon
https://www.patreon.com/ispeakmachine”

Sequential In The Spotlight Interview with PROTOVOLT

You can find the interview on Sequential’s website here.

“Lord of synths, shredder of guitars, and ace of percussion (except the bells), Protovolt mixes modern vision with 80s nostalgia into a style that’s equal parts John Carpenter and John Hughes. With influences ranging from the arcade to the silver screen to retro technology, he lends his style to film scores, artist collaborations, and