Synthesist Steve Roach has shared his album, The Early Years, as a ‘name your price’ download on Bandcamp. The album features a pair of sequencer-driven tracks, inspired by the Berlin School music of artists like Klaus Schulze. The two tracks are also included with the 30th anniversary release of his album Empetus, which is also… Read More Rare Music From Synthesist Steve Roach
Tetralemma is described as a ‘combination of acid leads, west coast textures, ethnic rhythms and sleazy electro’.… Read More Free Music Friday: Ngarjuna’s ‘Tetralemma’
Sunday Synth Jam: Reader Jon Barbieri, aka Rheyne, shared this video, capturing a synth patch using a Make Noise 0-Coast and 3x Moog Mother-32 synths.
Sunday Synth Jam: Reader Timo Loosli shared this performance video, capturing a live performance on grand piano & Roland Jupiter 6 of his track, Ascent. Here’s what he has to say about the performance:
Day One by Rupert Lally Free Music Friday: Synthesist Ruper Lally has released an album of compositions, Day One, created almost entirely with a small Eurorack modular system, as a ‘Name your price’ release.
Synthesist Richard Devine shared his latest modular performance video with us, Strum. The performance is based around a ‘really lush beautiful modular patch, that is made to sound like strumming guitars,’ notes Devine.
Free Music: Reader Kevin Busby let us know Terse Greetings – a new compilation on the Terse label that’s available as a free download.
Free Music Friday: Future World, by Norah Lorway, is an album of ambient soundscapes creating using music programming and digital synthesis tools.