Thoughts on Semi-Modular Synths vs. Eurorack – Part 3
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It´s 1 to 1 in the game “(best) semi modular synth setup versus Eurorack so far. I chapter 1, where it was all about costs and expenses the semi modular desktop synths clearly scored, whereas in chapter 2 Eurorack could get the point on the field of flexibility. Yes, it´s 1 to 1, but with a little prevalence on the side of the (cheaper) semi modular synthesizers. To say it at once: Chapter 3 will turn the game.
Close Encounters of a Special Kind – Part 3
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Gaia Came to Visit Me
Even famous sound designers can tell you that electronic music and sound design are not always that closely and strongly linked to each other.
This series of talks with successful and interesting people (musicians, producers, composers, manufacturers, sound designers, promoters, music marketers) has the motto “Learning about and learning from”. Today Rolf´s guest is Andrew Macaulay, one of the first third party developers for Voltage modular.
00:00 Introducing the Artist and Developer
01:29 Producing Modules or Making Music?
06:23 Why Voltage Modular?
10:56 Why Just Another Module?
17:05 Ratcheting, Probability and Sonic Grains
A Short History of Granular Synthesis – Part 3
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Alright then. Let´s do the next steps in the history of grains of sound, granular synthesis music, granular resynthesis etc.