Free Music From Richard Lainhart

Free Music Friday: Synthesist Richard Lainhart shared this live synth improvisation, recorded at electro-music 2010, Huguenot, NY, September 12, 2010.

Here’s what he has to say about the performance:

This track is completely improvised in realtime without backing tracks or edits, and is for Buchla 200e controlled by a Haken Continuum multi-dimensional keyboard.

All the sounds heard here are from the Buchla, with the exception of the flute-like sound at the end, which is one of the Continuum’s physical modeling instruments called Slide Wind. The ghost echo behind the Slide Wind sound is from the 200e.

You can preview or download it from the embed above. See Lainhart’s SoundCloud page for more of his work.

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