New Instrument, Stereo Field, Lets You Patch Analog Circuits With Touch Plates

Landscape has introduced the Stereo Field – an instrument that lets you manipulate and patch two analog stereo circuits directly via touch plates, using skin conductivity as new paths for the circuit to follow, creating new circuits and new sounds in relation to where your fingers are patching.

The individual touch plates are directly connected to nearly every connection point of every component in its circuitry (located directly under each corresponding touch plate). When touched, the Stereo Field will create analog synthesized audio with either of the two mirrored circuits represented by the interlocking circles. These parallel mirrored circuits can be “patched” separately or together yielding vastly different results in regards to texture, timbre and stereo imaging.

This instrument has the ability to create atonal synth tones in stereo (and quad) as well as process incoming stereo audio (and quad) sources via 1/4″ and 3.5mm ins and outs.

Here are a couple of examples of the Stereo Field in action:

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Pricing and Availability

The Stereo Field is available now to pre-order for US $380, with shipping expected in April 2017.

11 thoughts on “New Instrument, Stereo Field, Lets You Patch Analog Circuits With Touch Plates

  1. sounds like wall-e’s diarrhea but there’s a market for everything. a handful of adventurous sound explorers are gonna be happy to fork over $380 for the hotplate pleasure. me, i’m more of a tonal kind of chap, preferring theremin, ribbons, mpe controllers, gear that lets me make actual “music” but is more hands-on and organic than your everyday keys. still glad any john and jane doe can find their personal musical outlet nowadays. happy playing, everybody.

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