sound design

That's an instrument?

flickr by jasontravisclark

"Yup. The one with the wires. And this was only the beginning. It was huge, ancient and sounded glorious."


daniel troberg aka erase at atelier frankfurt 2007

YouTube via erasemusic
"using the Machinedrum UW as the second turntable. whole live recorded mix can be downloaded here:"

Persistence of Vision

YouTube via hotchk155
"Just prototyping an idea for a propeller clock type thing I'd like to build. This is a PIC16F630 running on a 3V battery with 8 LEDs connected. It has a message which shows up pretty well on a long 1s camera exposure :o)"

quarter tone sequence

YouTube via angelometz
"quarter tone sequence with the moon quad quantizer and moogerfooger cp 251's attenuator."

Computone Wind Driver Lyricon-type controller

via this VEMIA auction

"Rare and special wind controller, owned from new by Bruno Spoerri, one of the pioneers of wind-controlled synthesis. Here's Bruno's comments from today:- 'I tried the Wind driver and it worked perfectly, as far as I can analyze it. It's 220 Volt (if I remember well, it can easily be converted to 110), and it comes with the original handbook and the original service handbook.' Cosmetically it looks nice. Even if you aren't a wind player, it's a great way to get wind-instrument-like expression into analogue synths. There's a manual online for more info during the auction at:" [link - mirrored here]

Glamour Box w/ Tenori-On & Bass Murf (by Franck Smith)

YouTube via znshn
"Testing the dual analog oscillator Glamour Box w/ Tenori-On & Bass Murf . Contents: signal trajectory, glitch, clicks, noise manufacturing, phonocrafting... (N.B.- Tenori-On into Bass Murf into external input of the Glamour Box).


Material in this video:
- Glamour Box
- Tenori-On
- Moog Bass Murf (MF-105b)

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Franck Smith alternative digital techniques Live Electronics Odiolorgnette Glamour Box Moog Bass Murf MF-105b Moogerfooger Analog Filters dual oscillatorphonocrafting noise manufacturing"

Bleep Labs Thingamagoop 2 Page is Live

You can find it here.

"All the info about Arduino integration is now up, including the schematic and code!"

Treat Yourself :)