This video captures an interview with Peter Zinovieff, aka Britain’s Bob Moog.… Read More An Interview With Peter Zinovieff, “Britain’s Bob Moog”
Eventide has introduced H910 Harmonizer, a software version of the classic hardware Eventide H910 Harmonizer. The Harmonizer was developed by Eventide in 1974 and they describe it as “the world’s first commercially available digital audio effects device”. The Harmonizer combined ‘de-glitched’ pitch change with delay and feedback. It could be controlled by a keyboard remote… Read More Eventide H910 Harmonizer Now Available As A Plugin
At ContinuuCon, Make Noise founder Tony Rolando gave a talk, offering his take on the ‘East Coast Synthesis’ & ‘West Coast Synthesis’ traditions.
This video, by Ken Eakins, captures an interview with Paul Hartnoll of Orbital in his studio.
Signs Of Synthesis: Peruvian Electroacoustic Music (1991-2000) is a new compilation that brings together the music of a generation of Peruvian composers. The album features music of Federico Tarazona, José Sosaya, Rajmil Fishman, Julio Benavides, Rafael Junchaya, Edgardo Plasencia, Gilles Mercier, Nilo Velarde and César Villavicencio. Here’s a preview:
At Moogfest 2016, there were several rare synths and synth prototypes on display at the Moog ‘pop-up store’. This rare Moog Synthesizer 1c modular, aka the ‘Mystery Moog’, was on loan from Duke University, where it was recently restored by student Jeffrey Wubbenhorst. Here’s Duke University’s take on the story of their rare modular:
Village of Trumansburg, NY has installed a new historical marker, placed outside of the building that housed the original R.A. Moog company on Main Street. The building is where the Moog modular and Minimoog were developed and produced. Michelle Moog-Koussa, Executive Director of The Bob Moog Foundation, and composer David Borden (Mother Mallard’s Portable Masterpiece Company) unveiled the… Read More Trumansburg, NY Unveils R. A. Moog Historical Marker
This video, via Electronic Voyager, captures an interview with Canadian composer John Mills-Cockell, whose resume includes scores for The National Arts Centre, Toronto Dance Theatre, Toronto Repertory Orchestra and others; being a founding member of electronic rock band Syrinx and the multimedia group, Intersystems; and scoring Terror Train.