Published on Jul 13, 2019 Mike Sisk
“Testing my CV controlled tape player/recorder while my cat, Cali, supervises.”
Published on Jun 25, 2019 HAINBACH
“In which you will see me being happy turning the huge knob of the Bruel & Kjaer 2107 Frequency Analyzer, an incredible vacuum tube amplifier and band pass filter from the 1960s. This was used to analyze signals and vibrations in the most demanding circumstances, but I use it as a glorious overdrive and rich overtone generator. Seriously, this thing sounds a
Published on May 21, 2019 HAINBACH
“In which I use a modular designed for nuclear science for music, unleashing The Beast Of Princeton in a vortex of a noise and fantastic distortions. Thanks to everyone who bought my music and supported me on Patreon in the past weeks, it was incredibly helpful!
Soundpacks, music and a heartfelt Thank You: https://patreon.com/hainbach
David Vorhaus Analogue Electronic Music 1979 Published on Sep 13, 2009 JeffreyPlaide
Update: Festival info further below. Thought I would start with a couple of videos featuring David Vorhaus.
“In this historical video excerpt, David Vorhaus talks about two of his analogue inventions – the MANIAC analogue sequencer, and the Kaleidophon from 1979.
The MANIAC (Multiphasic Analog Inter-Active
Published on May 17, 2019 Superbooth Official
“A voyage to the moon”
Peter Pichler is at present the only musician worldwide who is playing the Mixturtrautonium live. The instrument is Oskar Sala´s further development of Friedrich Trautwein’s Trautonium. First presented in 1930, the Trautonium is the predecessor of the synthesizer. A wider public became aware of the Mixturtrautonium through
Published on May 16, 2019 磁鬼頻率
“music made with electric piano, pin electronics portabella and a cassette tape/recorder. processed through various hardware. 240591 ems synthi a clone
A mixture of FM, RingMod, filter, reverb, random voltages and joystick noodling whilst recording to an old cassette tape – later processing in the studio for extra layers, distortion etc. Mic input was used for
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.
Browse Tascam Portastudios”
Published on Mar 3, 2019 Dennis Verschoor
“The Waveform Research Centre is a studio based in Rotterdam. The setup is just test equipment. Which makes stuff a bit harder and cooler. Basically there are no sequencers, envelope generators and vca’s in the studio. And now you probably wonder if you can actually make any music without these? Well there is also other cool stuff which doesn’t exist in
Published on Jan 28, 2019 HAINBACH
“In which I go to the roots of electronic music by playing laboratory tools, among them a 26kg sine generator.
I have had a fascination with test equipment ever since I heard Stockhausen’s early works at university. The challenges the composers of that time faced were unique, both musically and technically. So when I first visited the Waveform Research Center