Published on Mar 14, 2019 Echo DPRK
“Song of Big Fish Haul”
Some synth spotting from North Korea! Click here for more posts featuring North Korea.
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
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:
Tara Busch – I Speak Machine Patreon
“Here is a clip from our Patreon universe! Here is the March monthly cover, Gary Numan’s CARS! Go to patreon.com/ispeakmachine for more.
Support artists, ours starting at $1 a month.”
And via @TaraBusch aka I Speak Machine:
“Heya beautiful fuckers. Hear a clip of our monthly @Patreon http://patreon.com/ispeakmachine cover! It’s @numanofficial ‘s “CARS”. Listen here https://soundcloud.com/
Follow-up to this post. The Kickstarter campaign is now live. Click through for full details including different pledge levels. Some captured for the archives here on MATRIXSYNTH:
“Hi, my name is Alison, this is my story about finally connecting with my dad through a synthesizer from the late ’70s. I know it’s weird, stay with me…
When I was 23, I began working for Grace Potter as a tour
Published on Nov 14, 2018 Alison Tavel
There have only been two previous posts featuring the Musico Resynator below here. Alison Tavel wrote in to let me know she is working on a documentary on the Resynator which was actually created by her father, Don Tavel. The trailer for the film is above. You might recognize a few people. 🙂 The Kickstarter campaign for the film launches in six days.
Published on Feb 3, 2019 Jade Rose
“Use headphones to properly enjoy the 3d effect. The technology still isn’t perfect but it is getting better; i think it adds some convincing perceived depth to the sound.
This is a math rock-ish song i wrote. the guitar is being