“My purpose in life is to delight musicians with new tools. So, being able to learn how they think and come up with stuff that’s going to excite them, that’s really what makes my day.”… Read More Dave Rossum On The Art Of Synthesizer Design
Benge demonstrates entering notes into the sequencer and then demonstrates it ‘on the run’. … Read More Step Sequencing With A Classic E-Mu Modular Synthesizer
Redshape (Sebastian Kramer) shares his ‘secret weapon’ for making drum sounds – the E-Mu SP-1200 on the latest episode of Telekom Electronic Beats TV.
At Superbooth 16, E-Mu founder Dave Rossum was representing his new company, Rossum Electro-Music. But Muso Talk’s Hans Jörg Bordin took the opportunity to talk to Rossum about the classic E-Mu SP-1200 sampler:
Superbooth 16: Rossum Electro-Music has introduced the Assimil8or, an 8-channel sampler for Eurorack modular synthesizers. The Assimil8or Multi-Timbral Phase Modulation Sampler provides eight independent channels of sampling, with sound quality that can range from extremely hi-fi to low fi, all with extensive real-time CV control.
At the 2016 NAMM Show, we talked with synthesizer pioneer Dave Rossum, who co-founded E-Mu Systems in 1971 and created the E-Mu Modular System. Rossum has a new company, Rossum Electro-Music. In the video above, Rossum tells the story of his new company and introduces his four new Eurorack modules.
Rossum Electro-Music share this teaser image today for their new Evolution synthesizer.
Is this blank panel the return of the E-Mu modular synthesizer? The image was shared by Rossum Electro-Music – a new company, ‘Driven by the creative and technological vision of electronic music pioneer Dave Rossum’, who founded E-Mu Systems in 1970.