Sunday Synth Jam: In this track, reader Daniel Davis (aka Carl Sagan’s Ghost) explores “the softer side of the Bass Station II.”
Berlin Sector is a sublime trip into classic Berlin School/space music territory.
The instrumental features two tracks of Bass Station II, recorded into Ableton Live 9, w/ reverb from the Zoom MS-70CDR and delay from the Digitech Timebender: Continue reading
Sunday Synth Jam: Swiss synthesist Bruno Ender Lee does a live studio version of his track Kristallwald, from his CD Traummaschine. Continue reading
This video captures synth pioneer Klaus Schulze performing A Crystal Poem and Sequencers are Beautiful.
The video comes from Schulze’s Big In Japan, which was recorded 20 and 21 March 2010, during two solo concerts in Tokyo. Continue reading
Sunday Synth Jam: Synthesist Bruno Ender Lee has a new synth in his studio – a Korg MS-20 Mini.
His latest synth jam is a Berlin School style exploration of the new semi-modular minisynth. Continue reading
Sunday Synth Jam: This video, via grooveproject, captures a couple of Berlin School style synth jams, by Vanderson.
This Berlin School style synth jam on twin Korg Monotribe synths is a great reminder of how powerful even inexpensive synths can be in creative hands.
Here are the technical details: Continue reading
Sunday Synth Jam: Hypnotic sequencing and waves of ambient synth pads combine in this synth jam, by Matt Hill, Clearing.
Here’s what Hill has to say about the track: Continue reading
Sunday Synth Jam: Martin Peters (attorks) latest synth jam, Sadly Imperfect, uses classic synth music elements to create a reflective mood.
Peters explains the technical details below: Continue reading