Art of Moog is a new group that performs Bach, live on synthesizers, taking inspiration from the classic ‘Switched On Bach’ recordings of electronic music pioneer Wendy Carlos. … Read More The Art Of Moog – ‘Switched On Bach’ Live
Carlos decided to explore Asymmetric Division of the octave, which allows for scales that are ‘exotic and fresh’, but results in ‘broken’ octaves that are widely out of tune. … Read More The Asymmetric Scales Of Wendy Carlos
Ninni Spina plays Bach’s Preludio IV on a Moog Sub 37 synthesizer.… Read More Bach Preludio IV On A Moog Sub 37
This video captures a sequenced ‘switched-on’ style arrangement of Bach’s Bourrée in E Minor for twin Moog Mother-32 synthesizers. … Read More ‘Switched-On’ Bach With Twin Moog Mother-32 Synthesizers
Ngarjuna (Mitch Furman) has released West Coast Bach, Volume 1 – an album of ‘switched on’ style Bach, arranged for a ‘West Coast’ style synthesizer.
This video, via Divkid, captures a EWI (Electronic Wind Instrument) and modular version of Bach’s Fugue No.16 In G minor.
Sunday Synth Jam: This video, via Flavio Sallin, captures a ‘switched-on’ style performance of Bach on an iPad.
This video, via Applied Science, takes a look at what vinyl LP grooves look like under an electron microscope.