Sunday Synth Jam: Synthesist Kebu performs Just Another Space Odyssey, live at the Assembly Computer Festival at Hartwall Arena, Helsinki, 2.8.2013.
The song was performed using only analog synthesizers, either played live or sequenced. The performance was recorded directly from the mixer to a stereo track and later mixed together with the ambience from the arena. A few mistakes have been cut out and replaced with the audio from a rehearsal take. Continue reading
Diggin’ In The Carts is a new video documentary series that explores the history of Japanese video game music, and how it has influenced modern musicians that grew up with systems like the NES, SNES and Mega Drive / Genesis. Continue reading
Arturia has officially introduced iProphet – an iPad software synth that recreates the sound of the classic Sequential Circuits Prophet VS synthesizer.
According to Arturia, iProphet is great for evolving pads, sharp leads and punchy digital bass sounds. It comes with over 500 presets, and you can share patches between iProphet and Arturia’s Prophet V synthesizer. iProphet also supports key iOS music technologies, including Inter-App Audio, Audiobus and CoreMIDI.
Here’s the official intro video for Arturia iProphet: Continue reading
This video, via Maelstroem3, capture’s a synth jam by Hawkeye, Far Out. Continue reading
Sunday Synth Jam: On this track, Calle Nilsson jams with the sounds of the Roland Aira family and the analog sounds of the Cyclone TT-303 bass synthesizer.
Sunday Synth Jam: Jesse Abayomi performs one of his recent tracks, Chemistry, on Ableton Live with the Push controller. Continue reading
In this episode of the Motherboard series Sound Builders, host Samantha Urbani (Blood Orange) talks with Brooklyn-based, interactive sound artist Adriano Clemente, who proceeds to turn Urbani’s body into an analog instrument. Continue reading
The video for Hitchhiker’s single 11 (Eleven) is a computer-animated journey to the land of WTF. Continue reading