“The only way that we are able to make a living is by convincing people, sometimes one at a time, that this thing that we have won’t exist without us, and that it is necessary.” The short film Why We Create Music examines the absolute importance of music to the individuals who create it. Fifteen musicians, ranging… Read More Why We Create Music
No clue on where to start on the path to becoming a theremin master? Hopefully, this video won’t set you back, too far. via Alex
Open Mic: Reader Andy Hagerty wants to know “What new Electronic Music are you listening to right now that you’d want to share with the Synthtopia readers?”. Is it something from an artist that you think is under appreciated? Something new from an established artist? Something that you’re working on? Leave a comment and let us know…..
Free Music Friday: Ambient music artist Woob (Paul Frankland) let us know about this spectacular new video short, Tokyo Run. Here’s what’ he’s got to say about it: Tokyo Run features the time-lapse photography of Samuel Cockedey and the design, animation and audio of Paul Frankland (Woob). Although the ‘Run’ is based in a futuristic… Read More Woob – Tokyo Run
Free Music Friday: Reader Jono Wise sent word about a free EP created primarily with the Korg MicroSampler. Here’s what Wise has to say about the release, inVALID INvalidE.P.: I recorded various sounds into the Microsampler, often making use of the 6k lofi mode, after this the tracks were played live into Ableton live, some tracks… Read More Free Music Friday: Korg MicroSampler Experimental Electronica