The SOUND + PROCESS podcast features interviews with electronic musicians that use the monome, featuring their work and their perspectives on music making. … Read More SOUND + PROCESS – An Electronic & Experimental Music Podcast
This video captures a live monome + modular synth jam.… Read More Monome + Modular Synth Jam – ‘Restless Sea’
At Superbooth 16, we talked with gear startup Polyend about their upcoming SEQ WYSIWYG drum step sequencer. The SEQ is a beautiful visual step sequencer – a bit like a monome on steroids. In the video above, Polyend founder Piotr Raczynski gives an overview and demo of the SEQ. Raczynski calls the SEQ a ‘what you see is what you get’… Read More The Polyend SEQ Is A WYSIWYG Drum Step Sequencer (Sneak Preview)
monome has introduced its third Eurorack module, earthsea, a ‘grid-enabled shape memory pattern instrument’. Here’s a video demo of earthsea in action:
Monome.org has introduced a grid kit, based on the electronics in their latest 128 controller. They say “It’ll be perfect for our (monome-controlled) Eurorack modules”. The kit includes a milled faceplate and bottom plate, ready to play after some assembly.
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… Read More Brian Crabtree (monome) On The Past, Present & Future Of Grid Controllers
monome.org has introduced white whale – a new Euro module that lets you use a monome grid controller as the interface to a grid-enabled live probabilistic step sequencer. According to the developers, “white whale is the culmination of methods and experiments based on a decade of step sequencer design for the grid”. Here’s a video demo… Read More New Module, White Whale, Brings Monome To Eurorack Modular Synths
Sunday Synth Jam: This video, via tehn, captures a jam with an application called monome sum – a collection of grid instruments including flin, step, gome, corners, mlr and beams.