As if absinthe wasn’t strong enough on its own, DamagedMeat has combined his absinthe ritual with his modular sequencer to make ritual absinthe music: I love Absinth, and I love modular synthesizers, so I thought it would be a good idea to do something featuring those two wonders… And as it actually looked quite good… Read More Absinthe-Controlled Synthesizer
Prof. Aaron Lanterman teaches Georgia Tech course ECE4893A: Electronics for Music Synthesis. The above video is a tape of session 1; the remaining lecture videos are available on Blip.tv. via Make
This video demos how to create and upload a remix project to Koblo.com. Music by Mankind is Obsolete.
This demos a circuit bent Atari Punk Dreamcast with opto theremin. Extra features include… Internal speaker with on/off [under lid] Opto-theremin (photo cell) with on/off [under lid] 4 Body Contacts Pretty blue LED Furby eyes
A demo of a Circuit Bent Toy Laser Gun, 6 Different Sounds Cool L.E.D. Light show, Pitch Bend and 1/4″ instrument out.
This video is a demo of a modded Linn LM-1 – a classic drum machine that is even more flexible with the mod, which adds tuning pots to the front panel.
A demonstration of an assembled Electric Western Phantastron vacuum tube synthesizer. This Phantastron was built for a customer from the same components & case parts in the standard kit. The Phantastron has a 30’s vacuum tube sound, like an Ondes Martenot in the highs and a Trautonium in the low range. Phantastron was recorded direct… Read More The Phantastron Vacuum Tube Synthesizer
SonicState takes a look at GForce M-Tron Pro, which is expected to be released soon. Price $199 / €139 Euros/ £109 UKP. Features: 200+ total tape banks (sample sets), including: 45 brand-new tape banks not found in the original M-Tron 19 tape banks from the original M-Tron virtual instrument, remastered at London’s legendary Abbey Road Studios… Read More M-Tron First Look
synthPond is a relaxing spatial sequencer and audio toy, available in the app store for $1.99. Unlike a normal sequencer where you place notes on a grid and a moving playhead plays them, in synthPond you place nodes in a field (pond). There are two major types of nodes. Circular nodes release waves at certain intervals.… Read More synthPond Brings Ambient Spatial Synthesis To The iPhone
A demo of Noise.io – an iPhone synthesizer – with Chemical Brothers’ style arpeggiation/sequencing.