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, via Raja Raman, captures Atlanta-based prog band exStellarator in action.
Take note of the Voltage Controlled Guitar (VGC) – a breath-controlled synth guitar, based on the Moog Werkstatt. Continue reading
At the 2015 NAMM Show, Korg introduced the MS-20 Module Kit with SQ-1 Analog Sequencer.
The Korg MS-20 Module Kit lets you build a module version of the iconic MS-20 analog synthesizer, but with expanded synthesis capabilities over all of Korg’s previous MS-20 synths.
In this video review, via sonicstate, Nick Batt takes a look at the new Korg MS-20 Module: Continue reading
This video, via Darren Glen, documents his Korg Volca Bass mod to add separate level control for each of the 3 oscillators, as well as a variable drive/distortion control. Continue reading
Today, Bleep Labs opened up pre-ordering for a new breadboard audio electronics development system, which they’re calling Rad-Fi.
The Rad-Fi system is a collection of audio electronics kits that work independently or together, are “super mod-able,” and that teach the fundamentals of making analog and digital electronic devices.
The initial set of kits include the Rad-Fi Base; Glitch Delay; and the Patchable Synthesizer.
Bleep Labs explain the new offerings this way: “The idea is to make some kits that wouldn’t work well as finished PCBs and also teach people how to make their own analog and digital electronics on the way.”
Dave Smith Instruments has gone Euro. Oberheim has gone Euro. Waldorf has gone Euro.
But what about Moog? Continue reading
Reader Darren Glen shared with us his latest mod for the Korg Volca Bass: Continue reading
At the 2015 NAMM Show, Steve Harmon of Synthrotek was showing the latest in his line of DIY Eurorack modules. Continue reading