Synthesist Jean-Michel Jarre shared the music video, embedded above, for Exit, his collaboration with the controversial whistleblower and privacy advocate Edward Snowden.
Jean Michel Jarre has announced a collaboration with Edward Snowden, Exit. The track will appear on Jarre’s forthcoming album, Electronica Volume II: The Heart of Noise, due out May 6th.
In a new interview, Jean-Michel Jarre shares his thought on how making music is like cooking, sex & magic, and fields a few strange questions along the way.
Native Instruments has shared the second video in their two-part feature on pioneering composer, performer, songwriter, and producer Jean-Michel Jarre In the video, embedded above, Jarre takes us through the evolution of sampling and delay technology throughout his career.
Developer Jan Ostman let us know that he’s released source code for an Arduino-based Minipops 7 clone. The Korg KEIO Minipops was featured prominently in Jean Michel Jarre’s classic electronic album, Oxygène. Ostman says that the code should work unmodified on any Arduino.
Jiggery Pokery Sound has introduced JPS Harmonic Synthesizer, a software recreation of the extremely rare RMI Harmonic Synthesizer. Produced in very limited quantities for a very short period in the mid-1970s, the RMI Harmonic Synthesizer is best known for its prominent role in Jean Michel Jarre’s Oxygéne. It was it was used extensively on Oxygéne (often through an Electric Mistress flanger) for… Read More JPS Harmonic Synthesizer – The Sound Of Jarre’s ‘Oxygene’ – Gets Virtualized