The latest episode of the Art + Music + Technology podcast features Gur Milstein of Eurorack synth developer Tiptop Audio.
Tiptop Audio makes an extensive line of modules, including drum generator modules, sequencing modules and the Z-DSP sound processing module.
You can listen to it via the embed below or via the podcast site:
Here’s host Darwin Grosse’s summary of the interview:
I’ve always been a huge fan of Tiptop Audio’s products: from their rock-solid Z3000 oscillator, to the center-of-my-universe Station 252 case, to the simple elegance of the Stackable cables,
I’ve always found their products to be reliable, artful and best-of-class. I’ve also always wondered about the person behind this stuff, because it was clearly an interesting person.
Wow, what an understatement. Gur Milstein was super enthusiastic about being on the podcast, and we got a chance to run through his history as well as his design process. And, as part of the process, I came to further respect him – and be charmed by his friendliness.
This interview is one of my favorites, because I started off not really knowing the person, and ending up developing a friendship with a person I really respect.
If you want to check out Gur’s work, please jump over to tiptopaudio.com and check it out!