Ei Wada’s instruments range from open reel tape decks to old appliances, like electric fans or CRT television. He thinks about his process as way to give a new voice to the souls of machines abandoned by people.… Read More Making Music + Art From Old Appliances, With Ei Wada
Wouter van Veldhoven shared this live performance with a custom ‘reel-to-reel Mellotron thing’.… Read More Jamming With A Reel-To-Reel Mellotron Thing
This video shows how you can use some junk, a tapered reamer and some LEDs to make CV-controlled monsters!… Read More Synth DIY With Monsters, Junk & A Tapered Reamer
The MilleniATmegatron Falcon may not look like much, but it’s got it where it counts. … Read More The MilleniATmegatron Falcon May Not Look Like Much….
“Sonicrobots is dedicated to robotic music instruments, autonomous tonal music machines, musical hacks and circuit bending,” notes Geist. … Read More Making Music With Sonic Robots
The Connection Kit, which is a free download, features 11 Max For Live devices that let you connect LEGO Mindstorms, Arduino or littleBits and use them with Ableton Live. … Read More Ableton Live Meets LEGO Mindstorms With The Max For Live Connection Kit
LOOK MUM NO COMPUTER demos how he uses his latest synth DIY contraption, the aptly named “It’ll Kill You 5000”, to make deadly beats. … Read More Jamming At 2000 Volts With The “It’ll Kill You 5000”
This video, via Berlin-based skinnerbox, explores the idea of making music with the acoustic sounds of a Minimoog synthesizer. … Read More The Acoustic Sounds Of A Vintage Minimoog