Interview With Jim Coker, Developer Of Numerology Step Sequencer

five12-numerology-logoJim Coker, developer of Five12 Numerology step sequencer, is featured on the latest episode of the Art + Music + Technology podcast.

Host Darwin Grosse says, “We kind of jumped all over the chessboard on this one, but I hope you’ll find it interesting!” Continue reading

Robert Rich Interview On The Art + Music + Technology Podcast

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERASynthesist Robert Rich is featured on the latest episode of the Art + Music + Technology podcast.

Rich has been releasing electronic music for over thirty years, with an extensive discography of over thirty solo albums and collaborations.

“I interviewed Robert Rich,” notes host Darwin Grosse, “and we ended up wheeling into some pretty cool areas – especially in regards to how he approaches music creation, and how he works in instrumental music without getting bogged down in undesirable labeling.” Continue reading

An Interview With Synth Designer Axel Hartmann

This video captures an interview, via Nick Batt and sonicstate, with industrial designer Axel Hartmann.

If you’ve played a synthesizer, there’s a good chance you’ve played one designed by Axel Hartmann. Hartmann is responsible for the industrial design of:

  • Waldorf synths, including the MicroWave, Wave, Blofeld and others;
  • the Alesis Andromeda Analog Synthesizer;
  • the Hartmann Neuron;
  • the Access Virus Polar;
  • the Moog Little Phatty and Minimoog Voyager XL;
  • Arturia’s Origin, Spark & MiniBrute;
  • the StudioLogic Sledge;
  • the Schmidt Analog Synthesizer;
  • and many others.

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Surreal Machines On Art + Music + Technology Podcast

dub-machinesThe latest episode of the Art + Music + Technology podcast features Pete Dowling and Matt Jackson of Surreal Machines.

Here’s what podcast host Darwin Grosse has to say about the Interview:

Pete and Matt have just released a new Max for Live-based Live pack. I hit them up for an explanation of the concept, a discussion about what it is like to collaborate on this kind of project, and how one might ever be satisfied with ones work. This is a revealing interview that provides insight on code-based collaborations.

If you haven’t gotten a chance to test drive the Dubmachines Live pack, you should give it a try. The two devices are cool to work with, and have a very unique sound (and vibe) to them.

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