In this episode of 1Uesday, let’s talk about the 1U module I’d easily tell people to buy first. It’s a perfectly elegant combination of clock, random pulse, analog noise, sample and hold, and slew – and here’s why that’s so essential.
Arturia is bringing improvements to every conceivable area of their flagship soft synth. Pigments started off demonstrating Arturia could do more than emulate the past; now it’s starting to look like the polysynth to beat.
In memory of Herb Deutsch, what better than to listen to his charming voice intoning a series of sound design experiments with tape and synthesizers, followed by some very out-there 70s musical creations from the composer.
Herb Deutsch, one of the leading figures in the early development of the synthesizer and a lifelong educator, died on Friday.
Feel like the techno scene already has some hidden game mechanics? Try out an actual, playable board game from Poland in the comfort of home – now with additional business techno merch add-ons, like a cozy pullover or pair of socks.
Creator and composer Giorgio Sancristoforo has posted a complete hands-on demo and tutorial for his invention Compusynth.
bela has unveiled its new Eurorack module, a light-up, high-precision touch controller with pressure and looping.
Palestine-born, Berlin-based artist Dirar Kalash faced an accident after a gig without health insurance. But an outpouring of support is providing hope and recovery – a testament to the influence he has on experimental and electronic artists internationally. Get to know Dirar, his friends, and how to help.
Now that Bitwig has heard users and made Harmonic and Transient Split part of Studio 4.4, it’s worth a second look at how to use them. And these approaches to sound are frankly interesting to apply in other contexts, too, so I’m curious to experiment even outside Bitwig Studio. Let’s watch.
128-bit digital sequencer? 1,596 patch points? A combination of a 1970s modular system – and a 1970s hobbyist microcomputer? Composer/artist and engineer Giorgio Sancristoforo has dreamed up a new synth from an alternative universe.