The Make Noise 0-Coast synthesizer is an all-in-one synth that can be used as synth module, but also as a ‘gateway drug’ to so-called ‘West Coast’ synthesis. In this video review, Nick Batt of Sonic State takes a look at the 0-Coast, digging into sonic capabilities of each of the major sections.
Chris Blarsky of Ninstrument has announced the Synthboy+ Special Edition – a new version that adds a voltage clock out from LSDJ.
Sunday Synth Jam: This video, via Sonic State, captures a live performance by John Biddulph on modular synthesizer, saxophone and Yamaha WX7 wind instrument.
Scanner (Robin Rimbaud) shared this video, The Phonogene Sisters, “In anticipation of a special release of a radical remix album of his album with Anni Hogan, Scanni.”
Bastl Instruments recently introduced the Bitranger – a handheld, patchable analog logic computer designed for sound – at Moogfest 2016. This video, via The Tuesday Night Machines, offers 10 tips for using the Bitranger.
Sunday Synth Jam: Rheyne shared this video, which captures a synth jam for a polyphonic Moog setup, based on three Mother 32 Euro modules, controlled by a KMI QuNexus. Here’s what Rheyne has to say about the technical details:
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.
Cavisynth has introduced the Ardurack – a multifunction Eurorack module, based on an Arduino microcontroller.