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  1. Brendon Moeller returns to Delsin with an EP of dubby modular techno and soundscapes. Highly recommended.
  2. If ya needs some serious bleepin' action. PWYC modular release on the Modulisme label (really cool project if you dig modular). Originally from Oklahoma, Ernie Morgan had done his Masters at Mills College in electronic music. He then came to UCSD in 1971 and worked with the Buchla synthesizer there, as well as playing saxophone, and studying composition with several people there. He worked with Pauline Oliveros and Roger Reynolds, and even collaborated as WEB trio along with Bruce Rittenbach and Warren Burt… He was in the Psych Pop group The Strawberry Alarm Clock and then taught music to elementary school children in the San Diego City Schools for over twenty years + an avid surfer almost his entire life. He passed away on June 23, 2016 and his wife Mary sent a box of recordings to Warren Burt « because Ernie had told her that only "The Scarlet Aardvark" would understand the music he made with synthesizers when he was at UCSD from 1971-74 and 75. » Lucky us as we can hear those long lost recordings on a mythical original Buchla 100 analog synthesizer.
  3. Modulisme Session 059 by VA. Synthisis Sonoris III Synthisis Sonoris is bursting out as a companion to the seventh installment in our I.T.A.T.I.O.M. series dealing with Inventors Talking About Their Instruments Or Modules. Gathering composers playing synthesizers designed by the legendary EMS which changed the face Electronic music back in the 70s… Mythical and typically associated with the British avant-garde highlights in the 70s from the BBC Radiophonic Workshop/White Noise/Delia Derbyshire to Pink Floyd, Hawkwind, Roxy Music/Brian Eno... But also to European composers like Pierre Henry, Bernard Parmegiani, Heldon, Tangerine Dream, Klaus Schulze, Kraftwerk, André Stordeur… In a few years the VCS3 + Synthi AKS made their marks within the experimental, electroacoustic groups all over the place and the Synthi proved to be one of the best resource for any live, easy to carry and so immediate. Legendary, unparalleled in sound, it gives a feeling of being alive and untamed. Trying it causes severe addiction !!!
  4. Very exciting news! https://vcvrack.com/news/2021-11-30-Rack-2-released After 2 years of development, the latest major update of the virtual Eurorack platform VCV Rack is here. Rack gives you the full flexibility of a Eurorack modular synthesizer with the convenience and portability of DAW software. Rack 2 comes in two variants: Free (open-source): Standalone application. Pro ($149 regular price, $99 until 2022): Standalone, VST2, more plugin formats coming soon. A bundle containing Rack 2 Pro + VCV Drums + VCV Sound Stage is also available until 2022 for $139, having a regular price of $209. Get VCV Rack 2. Here are some of our favorite new features. Dark room mode to save your eyes at night with adjustable room brightness. Module selections to save, share, edit, and move around selections of modules. (New .vcvs selection format.) Enhanced module browser to zoom, favorite, and sort your module collection. Redesigned UI and built-in modules. Port tooltips, context menu, and key commands for faster control of patch cables. Optimized real-time engine with multiple audio interface support (if supported by manufacturers’ drivers). Add/remove individual modules from the VCV Library to fine-tune your module collection. See all 100+ new features in Rack’s changelog. A VST plugin is included in Rack 2 Pro for full integration into your DAW. Save patches inside your DAW project. Instrument/effect plugin. Up to 16 audio input/output channels. Process vocals, guitar, etc. with Rack as an effect plugin. Perform Rack as an instrument plugin with 8 stereo (or 16 mono) outputs. Send recorded or live DAW tracks directly into Rack using 8 stereo (or 16 mono) “sidechain” inputs. 16 MIDI input/output channels. Generate MIDI for other DAW tracks with Rack’s sequencer modules. Record and play back notes, gates, and CV with MIDI clips in your DAW. Parameter automation of up to 1024 knobs, sliders, and buttons in your patch so you can record, play back, and tweak your modular performance. Multiple instances with low processing overhead. Offline rendering when exporting your project mixdown or pre-rendering tracks. Resizable plugin window. For more information and to download or purchase, go to the VCV Rack 2 product page.
  5. Sounds like sampled Aphex Twin on the title track. The previous release on DetUnd was a bit more interesting.
  6. Bandcamp day release.
  7. This is the first non-ambient release I've heard from Tsone, a six-tracker of stuttering glitches and modular mayhem that might possibly even tickle your Autechres.
  8. Hi all! Our new album is out! It's post-...something, dubby, distorted and weird. One track got tons of terrestrial airplay; another seems to be getting picked up by a bunch of blogs. One guy I know says some of it sounds like Tool, but I don't hear that myself. It's grubby and strange and full of cool drumming and custom DSP code and modular gear used as a *conventional instrument*. We recorded the whole thing in a day. I hope you like it! Cheers. Album link: https://gyro.lnk.to/SpectralGates Background: SPECTRAL GATES is a collaboration between Steve Allison & Daniel Arena (who also perform individually as Scruffamudda and Daniel Arena's Musical Entertainment Cube). The duo create energetic, ethereal and apocalyptic electronic beats, dub and post-rock. In late 2019, after a seven year break from playing together in bands, they went into a hacked-together DIY studio space for a day and came out with the bones of a self-titled album, scheduled for release on streaming services and Bandcamp March 31: "I'd just finished getting my recording rig sorted out again following some sessions for other bands, and it felt silly to pack it all away again in storage without doing some more tracking. Somehow this led to a one-day unplanned recording in a rehearsal room with me and Steve Allison - nothing written in advance, the very slightest amount of prep (most of which we discarded), and a terrifying mountain of instruments and equipment. Just, like, three of everything. Loopers and synths and mess. Angry homemade digital. I think I had ten different ways to make a guitar sound more distorted ready to patch in. Going in I wanted to capture some of the sheer exhilaration of making a terrible racket with friends. There's nothing like letting a guitar just feedback, barely under control. The air takes on mass and menace. Infamous noise pioneer Lucas Abela joked in an interview about one of his public installations that experimental music is a lot more fun to make than to listen to, and I was expecting this would go the same way. Maybe we'd capture a bit of that. What I hadn't counted on was that Steve and I would find something musically coherent from the first seconds of recording, and we kept gravitating back towards sanity in the sessions. The literal first thing we recorded survived through as track one on the album - this big, dubby, distorted thing that just rolls and flows and makes sense, and most of the album grew out of this apocalyptic cloud of electronic tension. Three minutes into a totally improvised piece that's working, you get this terror, you have to figure how to land this crazy machine before the wings fall off. We got a few good landings on tape."
  9. Mystic & Quantum Lost Canvas Series 001. Release date: 07/2019 Limited to 200 copies Orange vinyl music done with modular synth recorded live by Oxynucid artwork by Fred Gambino inner sleeve with artwork Mastered by Alek Stark Concept by Vagon Brei https://mysticquantum.bandcamp.com/album/oxynucid-gyoza "A slow orange morning breaks on the glassy city, with the warmth of the New Sun not yet reaching the purple and blue architectures it has flooded with light. Airtaxis and the nightly auto-buses silently float by the window of our high-rise apartment, dutifully bringing to home and work the last of the crowds from the Jel Bars. A recently slept-in bed spills its silver sheets onto the tiled floor, and the digital clock at the bedside is still blinking four Xs after a generator blip. A deep, barely perceptible hum lingers beneath our feet, subtly surrounding us with a reminder that this is a built world, and not something so archaic as the Earth. A lot was said in the name of romancing what was lost when we left, twenty years ago, but no one could have known that those voices would so quickly be relegated to the part of your brain that remembers Shakespeare, wondering how tiresome it must have been to use your hands, and to write things on paper. How these fragments of the Old World were able to be recalled at all was a miracle of humanity's ability to deny the present and future, in favor of the past, and the monumental accomplishment of this ignorance far overshadowed whatever wisdom was presumably contained in those brittle, arcane pages."
  10. 4,80 euro + shipping Limited press of 300 copies https://www.ebay.it/itm/273863756336
  11. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/394188952/2020-the-semi-modular-beat-machine And some heavily edited video: Basically I'm very interested in this, but not sure it's worth the investment for what I might get out of it. Seen a few reviews popping up in the weeks since I first saw it, but none of them really have any more information on actual real time usage or live demos; all we're shown is the video above and some links to performances where it's assumed a version of the software was used. I'm quite sure this guy isn't blowing smoke, but I'm also not sure how useful/good this will actually be once it's complete.
  12. La Musica Elettrica and Abbarra Audio presents: CEM3340​/​3345 (for Doug Curtis) https://lamusicaelettrica.bandcamp.com/album/cem3340-3345-for-doug-curtis
  13. Wasn't sure which forum to put this in (perhaps EKT?) Upcoming 1-day conference / festival at Motion, Bristol. TICKETS:- https://www.residentadvisor.net/events/1179017 A festival of Knobs, Buttons and Discussions over 4 warehouse rooms in the heart of Bristol. A full day and evening of synthesizer stalls, panel talks, live hardware performances, DIY modular workshops, Ableton Live workshops, Max4Live build sessions and the Escher Music Connection showcase. Grabbed my ticket, should be an interesting day out.
  14. Brendon Moeller (Beat Pharmacy) - Molecular (7 inch vinyl) https://rohsrecords.bandcamp.com/album/molecular
  15. Anyone on this forum using the good ol' Nord Modular G1?
  16. Here is a collection of textural / more ambient tracks that I've gathered together over the years. https://guidewire.bandcamp.com/album/aberrations It ain't no dance party.
  17. Mylar Melodies (he of excellent Youtube instructional/gas videos concerning all things eurorack- http://www.mylarmelodies.com/) has started producing a podcast including interviews with producers and manufacturers. If they are anything like his videos beware: I have shelled out over a thousand pounds on this guy's say so (but not regretted a penny of it so far). Very cool guy who knows what he's talking about: https://itunes.apple.com/nl/podcast/why-we-bleep/id1338201154?l=en&mt=2
  18. I just finished an album of weird modular beats for RPM 2018. Have a listen and download over here https://carriersignal.bandcamp.com/album/mantis-structure Cheers!
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