Synth TV and Film

Synth TV and Film

Star Trek VI Used Oberheim DX Drum Machine as Control Prop

Check this out. The sliders and buttons match up perfectly, including the red and white. Star Trek VI came out in 1991. The DX came out in 1982. Be sure to also check out the Synths in TV and Film posted back in 2007.

via swissdoc, via @esuenuesu

"Star Trek VI at 1:38:32: The Enterprise navigation system is based on a vintage Oberheim DX Drum Machine.

1976: Roger Limb, of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop with the EMS SYNTHI 100

#OTD 1976: Roger Limb, of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, demonstrated how electronic music was made for TV and radio— BBC Archive (@BBCArchive) November 7, 2017

Chinese 70s analog ribbon control string synthesizer

Published on Aug 31, 2017

"Chinese 70s analog ribbon control string synthesizer.
invent secretly by Tian Jin Qin / 田进勤 during the cultural revolution, The first prototype was completed in 1978.
clip from documentary movie "Dian Zi Qin / 电子琴" (1980)."

Historical Moog Modular Synthesizer "Performance" From 1969

Leonard Bernstein: Young People's Concerts Vol. 2 | Bach Transmogrified

Marius Buia
Published on Oct 9, 2015

"Original Broadcast: April 27, 1969"

Comes in after 15:10. Switched on Bach gets a mention. Unfortunately the "performance" is moor of a "pose" with a pre-recording on tape by Walter Sear. Still fun to watch, especially the kids' reactions, or lack thereof for some. Note the system

Beyond 2000 | S1E9 | Kurzweil Sampler | Ejection Seats

Published on Apr 30, 2015

This one in via Luke. The video should start at 16:24. If it doesn't, use the controls on the bottom of the player to get there. The segment from an Early 80s science/technology program called "Beyond 2000". Watch the full segment for the price.

"In This Episode:

0:59 "Ejection seats" Jeff Watson walks us through the history of the ejector seat, and where it's at

Custom Bollywood Wobble Bass Synth

Published on Aug 19, 2016 Narendra Dole

"Clips from documentary 'The Human Factor: The Untold Story of the Bombay Film Orchestras'."

This one in via Joao Heleno: "Just stumbled upon 2 videos about some indian dude who composed music for bollywood movies. the director wanted a very specific sound and they built a synth"

Two videos:

When RD Burman wanted the "Wook! Wook! Wook!" sound
The lord

Moogfest Featured on PBS News: At Moogfest, the music revolution will be synthesized

Published on May 24, 2017 PBS NewsHour

"Moogfest, named after inventor Robert Moog, is a celebration of the art, engineering and technology of synthesizers, machines that create sounds electronically. Jeffrey Brown takes us to the gathering for a look at how experiments in technology and music can inspire one another."

holby theremin scene

Published on May 3, 2017 Gordon Charlton

"If you recognise the theremin please post details in the comments. Thank you.

Scene with theremin from Holby City, Season 19 Episode 30, Gold Star, first broadcast 2nd of May 2017"

Tribute to Lee Curreri's Musics aka Bruno Martelli from Fame

Published on May 2, 2017 AnalogSynthMuseum

"Tribute to Lee Curreri's Musics aka Bruno Martelli from Fame

In the Fame show, we can se Lee using yamaha synthesizers for promotion but in reality, he used his home own Ob-xa and Linn LM-1 synths with a little bit of Pro one Sequential Circuits and Emulator."

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