Bleep Labs 3TrinsRGB+1c Review -‘Serious Video Synthesis Experimental Exploration Fun’

This video, via ISOTROPOSPHERE, is a user review of the Bleep Labs 3TrinsRGB+1c Analog Audio/Video Synthesizer.

The 3TrinsRGB+1c is an analog audio/video synthesizer/effect designed by Gieskes. On it’s own it can produce A/V insanity with its built-in, patchable, waveshape adjustable, analog oscillators.

With external audio, CV, and video signals, the 3trinsRGB becomes ‘a gateway to the video hyperverse.’

audio-video-synthesizerHere’s what Isotroposphere has to say about the video:

Amendments to commentary: The source switches are to select video source of each oscillator- (Incoming video or self generating video). The big colored buttons at the bottom each have a corresponding colored led underneath and when lit are high range / off, low range for each oscillator. Red was also included in the audio mix with the green at the end versus what I said of being modulated by the blue channel.

This is a lengthy video yes, but, I am only scratching the surface of the capabilities of this device here and I apologize for my blathering.

This is the start of some serious video synthesis experimental exploration fun.

Details on the 3TrinsRGB+1c are available at the Bleep Labs site.

If you’ve used the 3TrinsRGB+1c, let us know what you think of it!

6 thoughts on “Bleep Labs 3TrinsRGB+1c Review -‘Serious Video Synthesis Experimental Exploration Fun’

  1. Whenever I see exposed sandwich boards I just wanna get out the gaffs tape and seal up the sides. Why have such a nice suitcase when you could have had a custom built case for the device?

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