New Zealand based Synthstrom Audible has announced the Deluge – a new instrument that’s a portable sequencer, synthesizer and sampler. The Deluge, developed by Synthstrom’s Rohan Hill, features 128 RGB pads, arranged in a 16 x 8 grid; a built-in synthesizer; up to 12 minutes of sample playback from SD card; and sequencing of up to thousands… Read More Synthstrom Audible Intros Deluge Sequencer, Synthesizer & Sampler
Zoom North America has introduced the F4, a six-input/eight-track field recorder designed offers four high-quality mic preamps and recording/playback at resolutions up to 24-bit/192 kHz.… Read More Zoom Intros F4 MultiTrack Field Recorder
The Wave is a voltage controlled, polyphonic sample player. It is designed for the simultaneous playback of four channels of audio. … Read More Qu-Bit Wave Brings Polyphonic Sample Playback To Eurorack Modular Synthesizers
In this video, Chris Randall (Analog Industries) demonstrates one way to use a cassette four-track recorder as a performance instrument. Randall describes it as “A quick demo of using a cassette 4-track as an instrument. (Or: How to get a Cm7 chord in to your song the hard way.)”
While inspired by instruments like the Mellotron and Ondes Martenot, the OM-1 uses a standard cassette tape as its audio source, so its sound is completely up to you:… Read More The Onde Magnétique Is Like A Cassette Tape Mellotron
Redshape (Sebastian Kramer) shares his ‘secret weapon’ for making drum sounds – the E-Mu SP-1200 on the latest episode of Telekom Electronic Beats TV.
At Superbooth 16, we talked with Max of E-RM about their Multiclock – a professional sync device. The Multiclock lets you sync all types of clocks – analog, DIN, MIDI, audio, DAW – across four channels, and gives you per-channel control over clock timing and swing. Here’s a video demo:
Moog Music & sound artist Yuri Suzuki have announced plans for The Global Synthesizer Project, an modular audio installation that will debut at Moogfest 2016. The installation will feature a modular synthesizer in the shape of a world map, featuring modules loaded with crowd-sourced sounds from around the world.