Kutiman’s Give It Up is a ‘found video’ mashup.
Kutiman uses sampled video and video loops, created from videos found on Youtube, to create musical arrangements. – completely recontextualizing the source material along the way. Continue reading
This music video, via Ace Waters, is a video song style cover of the classic Ron Grainer/Delia Derbyshire Doctor Who Theme.
Here’s what he has to say about it: Continue reading
This video song, by koishistyle, uses only a Korg MS-20 Mini as the sound source (and an iPad for drum triggering over the MS-20 Mini’s USB MIDI).
This is Diego Stocco‘s latest sound design video song, Duet For Leaves & Turntable.
Here’s what Stocco has to say about it: Continue reading
Sound Designer Bryan Ploof made this video song, Carol Of The Branches, using the sounds of his family Christmas Tree.
Sunday Synth Jam: This video, via Berlin-based reader Sebastian Arnold, captures a live performance of Driving A Spaceship from his new album Interstellar Getaway.
Arnold describes himself as a “mad scientist drummer”. He builds song structures by layering loops and drum-triggered sequences with acoustic drums, keyboards and vocals.
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Enough of the analog vs digital, hardware vs software discord!
The sweet spot is finding ways to use what you’ve got creatively, as this beatmaking synth jam demonstrates. Trasurecharger smoothly jumps between a Korg Mono/Poly, and a few percussion instruments, using WerkBench to tweak the sounds and sequence a groove.
Check it out and let us know what you think!
This is the video song style music video for Synthjunk’s A Moment.
“It has the classic Jupiter 8 sound in it and it also includes my new modular synth,” notes Synthjunk. “I hope you enjoy it.”