If you’ve ever wondered why grid controllers have become one of the most popular tools for making electronic music, you’ll want to listen to the latest episode of the Art + Music + Technology podcast.
Host Darwin Grosse talks with monome’s Brian Crabtree about the past, present and future of monome.org, the grid controller and more.
Here’s what host Grosse has to say about the interview: Continue reading
Tim Caswell Of synth manufacturer Studio Electronics is featured on the latest episode of the Art + Music + Technology podcast.
Host Darwin Grosse talks with Caswell about instrument design, the current Studio Electronic line, new modular versions of their filters and more!
You can listen to the Tim Caswell interview below or at the A+M+T site. Continue reading
Electronic music instrument pioneer Roger Linn is featured on the latest episode of Sonic State’s Sonic Talk. Continue reading
The latest episode of the Electronic Beats video series takes a visit to the studio of Canadian producer Mathew Johnson. Continue reading
This video, via FACTmagazine, captures an interview with Swedish glitch pioneer Andreas Tilliander (aka Mokira and TM404) to talk about the inception of his TM404 project, Richie Hawtin and his plans for the future. Continue reading
Ashley Elsdon of Palm Sounds interviews Paul Soulsby about the new Soulsby ATmegatron, “a revolutionary new synth module that combines classic 8-bit sounds with exciting new features”: Continue reading
The latest episode of the Art + Music + Technology podcast features Pete Dowling and Matt Jackson of Surreal Machines.
Here’s what podcast host Darwin Grosse has to say about the Interview:
Pete and Matt have just released a new Max for Live-based Live pack. I hit them up for an explanation of the concept, a discussion about what it is like to collaborate on this kind of project, and how one might ever be satisfied with ones work. This is a revealing interview that provides insight on code-based collaborations.
If you haven’t gotten a chance to test drive the Dubmachines Live pack, you should give it a try. The two devices are cool to work with, and have a very unique sound (and vibe) to them.
This video captures an interview and studio tour with LA-based electronic musician Mike Dobler. Continue reading