Electro-Music Festival Coming September 10-12

The electro-music festival, aka “Woodstock of electronic music,” is scheduled for this Sept 10-12 at the Greenkill Retreat Center in Huguenot, New York. This year’s event features three days of electronic music concerts, seminars, workshops, demonstrations, jam sessions, video art, a laptop battle, and a swap-meet. Action starts at 12 noon on Friday, September 10… Read More Electro-Music Festival Coming September 10-12

Electronic Improvisation For Theremin & Buchla 200e Modular Synthesizer

Sunday Synth Jams: Richard Lainhart and Thomas Zunk perform live at Avantgarde Festival Schiphorst 2010. In this free improvisation, Zunk plays a Moog Etherwave Theremin with a variety of processing pedals, and Lainhart plays a Buchla 200e analog modular synthesizer controlled by a Haken Continuum three-dimensional keyboard controller. The musical sculptures seen in the background… Read More Electronic Improvisation For Theremin & Buchla 200e Modular Synthesizer

VicMod Records Releases Three Experimental Electronic Albums

Vicmod Records – a new experimental electronic music label and digital distribution service – has released its first three albums: Richard Lainhart – The Wave Sounding Sea. An amazing early Moog recording from the seventies. First time release. Cray – Water Computing. Cray’s second computer music album. Think nanobots talking after humans have left the… Read More VicMod Records Releases Three Experimental Electronic Albums

Richard Lainhart’s The Pelagic Bell

The Pelagic Bell is one of four films that comprise Richard Lainhart‘s No Other Time. No Other Time is a full-length intermedia performance designed for a large reverberant space. combining live analog electronics with four-channel playback and high-definition computer-animated film projection. The Pelagic Bell was animated in Adobe After Effects. The soundtrack was performed and… Read More Richard Lainhart’s The Pelagic Bell