Sunday Synth Jam: Kebu (Sebastian Teir) makes a return appearance, with his live performance of Jan Hammer’s Miami Vice track, Crockett’s Theme. In the performance, Teir uses only analog synths and vintage sequencers. The video was recorded live at Dynamo, Turku, in May 2012. via josh
At the beginning of the 70’s, synthesizers were largely considered a novelty. There were dozens of novelty ‘switched on’ albums, ranging from Switched On Beatles to Switched On Buck. By the end of the decade, though, Keith Emerson had blown minds with his synth solo on Lucky Man, Kraftwerk had created the template for synth… Read More Open Mic: What’s The Best Synth Song Of All Time?
An introduction to EM was uploaded by: LiveProgTV
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We got a nice surprise in the mail at Synthtopia this week – a vinyl LP of synth music by Swiss synthesist Bruno Ender Lee. Long time readers of Synthtopia will be familiar with Lee’s live synth jam videos from our Sunday Synth Jam series. Lee’s music is explicitly in the space music category, with titles like… Read More Bruno Ender Lee’s Hope Beyond Menace
Sunday Synth Jam: Synthesist Bruno Ender Lee creates a sonic voyage with his Minimoog with his latest track, Velvet Voyager.
Sunday Synth Jam: Synthesist Bruno Ender Lee sends his regard from Switzerland – along with this extended video clip collection for his new album of synth music, Distand Planet.