Junkie XL (Tom Holkenborg) explains the centerpiece of his studio , his ‘modular wall’. … Read More Junkie XL Explains His Large-Format Monster Synthesizer Wall
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:
Composer Ty Unwin, who’s best known for his extensive credits composing for television documentaries and series, recently took delivery of one of the new Moog System 55 modular synthesizers. In this video, Unwin shares his thoughts on his new synth, the role for 5U modular synths in electronic music studios and why there’s a place for the… Read More Composer Ty Unwin On His Moog Modular System 55
This short video, via zack dagoba, captures a quick demo of using a Moog Modular 960 Sequential Controller to control a Simmons SDS200 drum synthesizer.
2015 has been an amazing year for synth introductions – with major new synth lines from Roland, Yamaha and Korg; new modular synths, both big and small, from Moog and others; a new Prophet from Dave Smith Instruments; innovative new synths from smaller companies and hundreds of new synth modules. Here are the 10 most interesting… Read More The 10 Most Interesting Synth Introductions Of 2015
This video, via Switched On, takes a look at demoing the new Moog Mother-32 semi-modular analog synthesizer, in the context of a larger Eurorack system.
Modular synth manufacturer Synthesizers.com has introduced a new line of Moog Expansions Systems – preconfigured cabinets of synth modules that are designed to complement vintage or modern Moog Modular systems. The Expansion Systems are made up of Synthesizers.com modules, which are physically compatible with the classic Moog Unit (MU) form factor, but are modern module… Read More Synthesizers.com Intros Moog Expansion Systems
Sunday Synth Jam: This video, via Moog Music, captures a sequenced synth jam, Multiverse, by ‘psychedelic dub artist’ Ott.