Inspired by Dom Whiting and his DJ Bike, synthesist Craig Smith decided to create a Synth Cycle.
The Synth Cycle features a compact modular, made up of a Moog DFAM, Mother-32 & Subharmonicon, power & amplification – so you can tweak and play on wheels.
Ready to take your synth for a ride? Check out the video and share your thoughts in the comments!
10 thoughts on “Synth Cycle Lets You Take Your Modular For A Ride”
I want to like this, since i’m a big fan of bikes – but there’s not a ton of glory in distractedly riding down the sidewalk. Maybe change your patch at the red light?
How fast the internet looses its memory 😉 https://youtu.be/LWqImNULtao
Love his energy. He’s a brilliant and nice guy as well.
I hope at some point he starts selling his own synth designs.
Probably DIY but with the right tutorials that could be a big hit and make all of us smarter. 🙂
he sells diy modular stuff on his website.
Save Lives .. Don’t Patch and Drive 😛
“Always remember to lock that thing up.” – my dad
Sure! What could possibly go wrong?
the thing is, dom whiting doesn’t get distracted finding the perfect sweet spot on that tiny little moog knob. you can see the guy’s visible discomfort as he looks at that knob for one second too long. idk, maybe it could work with takt and tone, but even then i’d be skeptical. euro def ain’t the right format for this experiment though.
Damn that dude has some banging (non-bike) tunes on his page – check out this one, total stunner: