Synthesist Robert Rich is featured on the latest episode of the Art + Music + Technology podcast.
Rich has been releasing electronic music for over thirty years, with an extensive discography of over thirty solo albums and collaborations.
“I interviewed Robert Rich,” notes host Darwin Grosse, “and we ended up wheeling into some pretty cool areas – especially in regards to how he approaches music creation, and how he works in instrumental music without getting bogged down in undesirable labeling.”
You can list to the Robert Rich interview via the embed below or via the A+M+T site:
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Bestiary is one of the best electronic albums of the last 20 years . Pure electronic abstraction but highly listenable , sonically amazing .
Thanks for sharing this!
Robert Rich is somebody you HAVE to check out if you’re seriously interested in synthesis. He’s got a really deep discography and it’s just about all good stuff.
Listen to his work closely, and you’ll hear really interesting use of synthesis, interesting polyrhythmic sequences, alternate tunings and custom instruments – all being used in very musical ways.
Geometry, Rainforest, Propagation & Electric Ladder are all good starting places for his work.
Great interview thanks synthtopia for putting me on to this site