Arturia

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Beam Music

Beam Music from Bruno Mathez on Vimeo.

"A sound and light installation. When we're not there, this attic is playing a new genre of industrial symphony.....

What you're seeing is a dark attic space in which the frames of wood and the pipes are being lit by a very precise ray of light, giving us the illusion that the light comes from inside the object.

Each lit object has its own individual sound.

This was made in the attic of The Pavilion in Bexhyl on Sea, England. This is my first experiment, I'm preparing an exhibition for the Brighton Fringe based on this idea. I'm collaborating with Mike Blow who will put light sensors on each lit object to react with sound. The sonic result is amazing as it directly reacts to the ligh projected.

Come and see the exhbition called "Sonic Art" at The Blank Gallery in Brighton, between the 2nd and 16th May.
For more infos: brightonfestivalfringe.org.uk/ticketing/index.aspx?q=sonic%20art&et=0&tt=0&va=0&dayStart=0&dayEnd=0&offers=0

About the Gallery: blankstudios.org/"






Arturia Minimoog V 2.0 Now Shipping

" MAIN FEATURES:
* All the parameters of the original minimoog V
* Advanced automation mode (Minimoog V 2.0 Only )
* Revolutionary preset navigation system called the SoundMap (Minimoog V 2.0 Only )
* New formant-analysis-based FX called the Vocal Filter (Minimoog V 2.0 Only )
* New Chorus and Stereo Delay Effect section
* More than 500 presets created by talented artists and sound designers, more..."



Musikmesse: Musikmesse 2009 - Arturia

YouTube via musotalk



Modular Synthesizer Pictures and More

just a couple of pics from this electro-music.com image thread. Check out the thread for more.



ARTURIA ORIGIN DESKTOP SYNTHESIZER

via this auction
"Main features
* Create your own synthesis patch by connecting independent modules. These modules are either innovative modules we introduced (such as Galaxy) or taken from the best synthesizers ever made (such as the Moog Modular, the Yamaha CS-80, the Roland Jupiter-8, the Minimoog, the ARP 2600, the Sequential Circuits Prophet 5 and Prophet VS).
* Alternatively, use an existing synthesizer recreation: the Minimoog, the ARP 2600*, the Jupiter-8* or the Prophet 5*
* Superb audio quality with TAE® engine in a hardware chassis. 24 bits/44.1 kHz supported.
* High-Quality Real time Effects: Phaser, Chorus, Delay, Reverb, Distortion, Parametric EQ*, Bit Crusher*.
* 500 presets created by a selection of international sound designers
* 16/32 step advanced sequencer allowing you to program three sub-sequences at a time and to perform live.
* Multi mode allowing you to play 4 instruments at a time, for example a Minimoog, a Jupiter-8*, a modular patch and an ARP 2600*.
* Creative Macros, advanced LFO’s, innovative modulation sources, different Joystick modes.
* Advanced Preset browser.
* Analog Audio Connectivity: 2 audio ins, 10 audio outs.
* Digital Audio: SPDIF out, USB 2.0
* Built-in expression pedal and footswitch control inputs
* MIDI : In, Out, Thru or USB 2
* Up to 32 voices of polyphony
* Also a MIDI controller offering 33 encoders, 21 potentiometers and 1 joystick
* Ergonomic hardware design and quality manufacturing in France and Germany.
* Origin lets you open dedicated software on your Mac and PC in the form of Origin Connection an ergonomic application allowing to archive preset, exchange data, upgrade firmware."



audioMIDI.com presents Arturia Origin- Part One

YouTube via audiomidicom
"audioMIDI.com's Mitchell Sigman shows off Arturia's new Origin hardware DSP modeling synthesizer- part one of a series. Call audioMIDI.com at (866) 283-4601 for more info!"



Andreas Tilliander - Caught in a Riot (Feat. New Moscow)"

YouTube via AdrianRecordings. Some synth spotting sent my way via /kroffe.
Spoiler alert: watch before you see the list of synths further below.
"the video for the first single "Caught in a Riot (Feat. New Moscow)"
of Anderas Tilliander's new album "Show". The video was shot during
one day with a Nikon D90."
video description
"This is the video for the first single "Caught in a Riot (Feat. New Moscow)" of Anderas Tilliander's new album "Show". The video was shot during one day with a Nikon D90.

Idea, script, photo, cutting, postproduction and direction: Olof Werngren
Featuring: Andreas Tilliander
Extras: Maja Atterstig, Magnus Bjerkert and Annette Persson

www.myspace.com/andreastilliander
www.adrianrecordings.com

Warm thanks: Annette Persson Björn Stegman Cervera Erikshjälpen Malmö Erikshjälpen Åkarp Fredrik Holm Andreas Hörlén, JAM Malmö Joel Arvidsson Johan Hedelius Maja Atterstig Max Lodin Moa Björnsson Myrorna Malmö Oktawian Gornik Pontus Wickman

Pre-order the album here: http://www.bengans.se/popup/andreas_s..."

Spoiler alert! Stuff I spotted (let me know if I missed any):
Oberhiem SEM
Roland TB-303
Roland MC-303
Roland MC-202
Roland TR-606
Clavia Nord Lead Anniversary edition with reverse keys
KORG EA-1
Roland TR-707
Roland TR-909
Roland SH-101
DIY Modular (Suitcase and one other)?
KORG Vocoder
Roland MC-909
Yamaha CS5
Arturia Analog Factory Controller
Roland D-50
Roland Jupiter-4
Moog Voyager



Noise Session 3 by night

YouTube via gaufresderiz. follow-up to this post.
"Donics session noise with: Doepfer A100+Korg MS2000+Arturia Moog Modular V+Spectrasonics Atmosphere+Line6 Pod+Dynachord VRS23+Korg DRV1000..."



Arturia Origin Review on Synth.nl

"What I loved instantly about the concept of this synthesizer is that it is completely modular. It is a virtual analog synthesizer. So emulating analog synthesizers. Arturia put in all the components that they developed in their software the last years and you can combine them as you please. So you can take a Minimoog oscilator and run it through a CS80 filter, but you can add and hookup modules however you want. So you can create very complex sounds with it. And does it sound like a real CS80, Minimoog, Prophet5, ARP2600 or Jupiter 8? No of course not! Nothing beats the real thing but they come pretty close. And it is not emulating these machines that I want to do with it. I want to create unique new sounds. The hands on controls make it very easy to work with." Read the full review on Synth.nl



Treat Yourself :)

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