M. Geddes Gengras Interview On Sound Design With Analog Modules

Today, Moog Music released a conversation with M. Geddes Gengras as part of their new interview series, Category 5.

The series derives its name from the cables used to enable modern digital communications. Via Skype, Gengras explores the motivations behind 3 Impressions, a three song EP (embedded below) that explores analog effects modules and process-based sound design.

M. Geddes Gengras’ work is described as being ‘based in modular synthesis, comfortably straddling a variety of forms and remaining rooted in a deep affinity for the limitations of analog electronics and a keen ear for timbral manipulation.’

3 Impressions explores the modular capabilities of two recently discontinued Moogerfoogers.

3 thoughts on “M. Geddes Gengras Interview On Sound Design With Analog Modules

  1. Pretty unimpressive if you ask me. And he’s obviously putting very little though into those moogerfoogers and just using preset sounds. I’m surprised moog would put it out. This is just sort of scenester jamming. It’s not bad, just not very exploratory or interesting. Alot more could be done with all that gear that he’s obviously proud of…

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