Reader Simon Iddol, founder of Moarrr, shared this video with us, which captures an interesting experience he had in Bucharest.
“This was one of my most trippy and most heart warming experience in 2014,” explains Iddol. “I was wandering around alone in the Old Town….before my gig. I heard a strange and really unique sound from somewhere,and I got really excited. Is it a theremin? How? Why? On the street? In winter?” Continue reading
This video captures a studio performance of Kraftwerk’s Radioactivity, by Miguel Fernandes, aka starshipfive.
He notes, “I like very much Kraftwerk and, searching on Youtube, I only viewed only a few (but good) covers. So, i decided to make my own cover.” Continue reading
Sunday Synth Jam: This video captures a Radio LoRa Live performance, from 20.02.2015, by Swiss music collective Zeropage.
Synth designer Ken MacBeth is celebrating his 15th year of making synthesizers.
MacBeth – who’s always made a habit of ‘eating his own dog food’ – here explores the sonic range of two of his creations – his earliest synth, the MacBeth M3X, and his latest, the MacBeth Elements. Continue reading
Sunday Synth Jam: This video, via Igor Vasiliev, captures an ambient audio soundscape, created with his SoundScaper app and a variety of hardware. Continue reading
Sunday Synth Jam: This video, A moment in chaos, captures a live synth jam by MIDERA. Continue reading
Spirits Of The Temple Electric – Prayer For The Living, by John L Rice, pairs a self-playing ambient modular synthesizer patch with visuals based on oscilloscope images. Continue reading
Sunday Synth Jam: This synth jam, by JoLu MSosa, was created entirely using Samplr on the iPad. Continue reading