Any synth can be coaxed into producing vintage-sounding patches...
Robin Rimbaud (AKA Scanner) tells the story of how a fascination with tape recorders, and the work of composers John Cage and David Tudor, led to a studio filled with exotically named instruments and creating music without a screen.
Alex Ball has built a reputation as one of the most informative and interesting synth historians of the YouTube age. Rob Puricelli talks with him about his recent documentary on ARP.
Join composer and electronic musician Caro C in conversation with Suzanne Ciani, a synthesizer and electronic music legend who has pushed the envelope since the 1960s.
In a rare interview, legendary composer Vangelis shares his thoughts on the role of synthesizers in music — including his beloved Yamaha CS80.
David Vorhaus of White Noise chats with Rob Puricelli about his early involvement with the Fairlight CMI and his Kaleidophon ribbon controller and Maniac sequencer inventions.
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