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
Synthesist George Hall has shared a series of videos on Youtube that explore using the Studiologic Sledge to create all types of iconic synth sounds. … Read More How To Play Anything On A Studiologic Sledge
At ContinuuCon, Make Noise founder Tony Rolando gave a talk, offering his take on the ‘East Coast Synthesis’ & ‘West Coast Synthesis’ traditions.
The iconic John Williams Star Wars Main Title gets the ‘switched on’ treatment, in this synth cover by Kurtz Mindfields & Roman Perreton.
This video, via Applied Science, takes a look at what vinyl LP grooves look like under an electron microscope.
The Will Gregory Moog Ensemble was uploaded by: Bowers & Wilkins
Rating: … Read More Will Gregory Moog Ensemble Plays Bach Live, In The ‘Switched On’ Style
Audio Fidelity has released a limited edition virgin vinyl release of the Wendy Carlos soundtrack to the 1982 sci fi film Tron. Carlos’s score combined electronic elements, played on Moog and GDS synthesizers, with orchestral elements, performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra and the UCLA Chorus. The fusion of elements worked well with the film, which… Read More Wendy Carlos’s Tron Score Gets Limited Edition Blue Vinyl Release