sound design

Richard Lainhart plays Messiaen Oraison

YouTube via Soundaytimes
"Gen23/2010
Bologna (IT) - Palazzo Re Enzo - Netmage 10

During the workshop "I love Buchla" organized by Bologna Synth Meeting
Richard Lainhart plays his trascription of
Olivier Messiaen's Oraison (1937) for six Ondes Martenot
with his Buchla 200e/Haken Continuum system.

www.sounday-times.com [Googlish translation]"

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Sounding December 2009-22 Palle Dahlstedt

YouTube via LevandeMusik
"THE WORD DUCHAMP GAVE TO CALDER.

A contribution by Palle Dahlstedt to the Sounding December project, soundingdecember.com.

"Calder asked Duchamp, "What should I call these things." Duchamp replied, "Mobiles," this was a French pun, which meant motive and motion. Jean Paul Sartre described the mobile as," The mobile is a little private celebration, an object defined by its movement and having no other existence. A mobile does not suggest anything. It captures genuine living movements. Mobiles have no meaning, they are, that is all." (from articons.co.uk/calder.htm)""






Octave CAT Fact Sheet from 1978

via Retro Synth Ads where you'll find the second half of the scan and the write-up. Note the actually cat in this image.






Rock & the City, Berlin, Schneiders Büro, 9

YouTube via arte. Schneiders Büro, Alec Empire and massive gear spotting come in at 1:07.
via sequencer.de






Roland MC-8 Factory Demo Program - Bach Invention

YouTube via peahix
"This is another of the demo programs provided in the Roland MC-8 manual. This time it's a Bach Invention, played back on a Roland SH-101 synth (not seen in the video). The first part of the video is specifically designed to bore you with stunning footage of me entering the channel 1 CV data for the first 3 pages of the 10-page score. Be thankful that I didn't decide to include the entire CV/Step/Gate data entry process for the entire score. In the 2nd part of the video, you hear the entire mixed piece, played back in sync with the MC-8 displaying the CV data for channel 1.

For more info about the MC-8, and to see high-res scans of the score & program data sheets for this piece, please visit http://www.rolandmc8.wordpress.com"






Roland MC-8 Factory Demo Program - Bach Invention

YouTube via peahix
"This is another of the demo programs provided in the Roland MC-8 manual. This time it's a Bach Invention, played back on a Roland SH-101 synth (not seen in the video). The first part of the video is specifically designed to bore you with stunning footage of me entering the channel 1 CV data for the first 3 pages of the 10-page score. Be thankful that I didn't decide to include the entire CV/Step/Gate data entry process for the entire score. In the 2nd part of the video, you hear the entire mixed piece, played back in sync with the MC-8 displaying the CV data for channel 1.

For more info about the MC-8, and to see high-res scans of the score & program data sheets for this piece, please visit http://www.rolandmc8.wordpress.com"






Treat Yourself :)

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