Published on Jan 4, 2019 Captain Credible
“Beta testing my own LEGO music sequencer for Jamuary 2019”
via this auction
“This is a rare chance to get a MB6582 SID chip Synthesizer.
The MB6582 is an extraordinary DIY synthesizer based on SID chips known from the famous C64. More infos here:
The synth was assembled by me, works perfectly and is in a very good condition! It is a very unique *Lego Edition* – only one of it’s kind!
Case and potentiometer knobs are made of Lego (suitable for
Play House from Alex Allmont on Vimeo.
via @SRCBypass, via Creators
“Play House is an automata that generates slow hypnotic acid house through mechanisms built from LEGO Technic. This piece was made for AudioGraft 2014 with a commission from Oxford Contemporary Music.
Thanks to Danny Chapman and Gareth Ardron for cameras, and Vic Bosher & the OCM team for support!
Published on May 7, 2017 Hispasonic
“Danio Catanuto nos sorprendió en el BCN Synth Meeting con una ingeniosa manera de sincronizar el movimiento de los parámetros de su Moog Prodigy.’
“Danio Catanuto surprised us at the BCN Synth Meeting with an ingenious way to synchronize the movement of the parameters of his Moog Prodigy.” Using Legos!
Published on Apr 30, 2017 Deerful
“I realised twelve years after everyone else did that Death Cab were amazing and obviously I had to cover them. Just voice and Circuit. Setup explanation under the cut!
I record sending a USB cardioid mic into Ableton, track muted; circuit into iRig Pro into Ableton, track soloed but very low volume so I can hear it enough to sing with but there’s not much
Published on Feb 7, 2017 Ace Waters
“I haven’t seen much being said about Linelight in the video game world, which is a shame because its an absolutely stunning indie title that you should all go play. It’s a very satisfying game, that makes you feel so good with the way it really uses its mechanics in such a fluid and intuitive way. The soundtrack is also super chill. Definitely don’t overlook