The Choice, From The Last Of Us, On LinnStrument

This video captures a performance by Geert Bevin of composer Gustavo Santaolalla‘s The Choice from The Last Of Us.

Bevin performs the piece on LinnStrument, with the sound coming from Spectrasonics’ Trilian with an 8-part multitimbral setup (one for each row).

Bevin has been working with Roger Linn on the LinnStrument, now in development. The LinnStrument is a unique electronic controller that allows a wide range of expressiveness, including individual pitch and dynamic control, over time, of each note.

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Alessandro Cortini Mixtape Features Buchla Modular Synthesizer Favorites

Synthesist Alessandro Cortini, who’s released a series of solo albums and performed with NIN, has shared a mix, embedded above, that features his favorite Buchla modular synthesizer compositions.

The mix includes are a wide-ranging selection of electronic tracks, emphasizing tracks that explore the creative sound design possibilities of Buchla synths.

It’s part of Self-Titled Magazine’s Needle Exchange series.

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New Music From Giorgio Moroder

giorgio-moroder-themeElectronic dance music pioneer Giorgio Moroder – who’s still showing people how it’s done at age 74 – has released a new track, Giorgio’s Theme.

The track is being released as a free download as part of Adult Swim’s 2014 summer singles program, which will be releasing one free digital single per week through September 22.

You can listen to the track via the embed below. It is available as a free download (.zip mp3) via the Adult Swim site.

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Free Music Friday – The Electronic Zombie Sountrack Of Rebuild: Gangs Of Deadsville

Free Music Friday: Rupert Lally & Espen J Jörgensen created the soundtrack for the zombie strategy game, Rebuild: Gangs of Deadsville, described as Sim City meets The Walking Dead.

The soundtrack, embedded above, is available using a ‘name your own price’ model at Bandcamp.

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