Steve Reich had his Music for 18 Musicians.
Here’s a modular made of 18 Moogerfoogers.
And for those of you who complain that modulars can become large, expensive, hard to carry, and unwieldy…
This absolutely, positively … doesn’t help with that at all. (Happily, new desktop modular tools do, but… this is… also possible.)
And to those of you who say this seems impractical or silly, well, maybe you have five friends, and each of you has three Moogerfoogers, and you’ve wondered if you could ever form a band. Yes. Yes, you can.
After the jump, we’ll see some more practical work they’ve been up to in the studio.
First, here’s part 1 of 2…
Found via Kent Williams, on Google+.
There’s some great musical nerdery as Shout Out Out Out Out show their process tracking in the studio.
Part three of the Shout Out Out Out Out new album video diary. Winter finally drops down like a metric tonne of hammers! Gravy finds “The Button” and Will explains how recording works.
The upcoming record they’re working on here is Spanish Moss And Total Loss, due July 17th in North America from Normals Welcome Records (digital, vinyl, CD). Based in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, they have … a lot of analog. So much analog. And for that, and their fresh, crisp songwriting and expansive imagination, we love them!