Posts tagged "analog"

Soshi Takeda’s ‘Floating Mountains’ uses vintage machines to create fantastical, crystalline chillhouse

Image: 100% Silk When Japan’s Soshi Takeda set out to create a collection of tracks inspired by painted Chinese landscapes and the changing of the seasons using only vintage analogue machines,”balearic” may not have been the most immediately apparent description for what he set out to create. But then, across

Image by Casper Maare The term ‘techno’ can be quite controversial in the world of electronic music. Depending who you are talking to, ‘techno’ has become somewhat of an institution that requires music to possess a definitive set of conventions in order to be identified as such. Techno purists so

Interview by Maya-Rose Torrao “Creating music is an ecstatic and deeply emotional moment.” Warsaw’s analog techno maverick Jurek Przeździecki AKA Epi Centrum is one of the more powerful and uncompromising voices in former Eastern Bloc electronic music scene. Przeździecki has been producing music for over two decades and, over the

Image: Moog Music Moog has just unveiled its most innovative instrument to date, the Moog One. Moog’s most ambitious project ever, the Moog One is the culmination of decades of research and exploration, a tri-timbral, polyphonic, analog synthesizer that holds a world of possibilities in its meticulously designed knobs and

Written by Maya-Rose Torrão Veteran electronic musician Moby, who has sold over 20 million records worldwide and is considered by AllMusic as “one of the most important dance music figures of the early 1990s, helping bring the music to a mainstream audience both in the UK and in America,” will

Interview by Maya-Rose Torrão Curtis Alto are the Belgian brothers making waves with a unique EDM sound that has a special analogue twist. The brothers always bring a strong live performance with their combination of digital and analogue instrumentation and as a result have performed at Tomorrowland, We Are Electric,

Written by Maya-Rose Torrão Often called “the holy grail of synthesizers”, TONTO, or The Original New Timbral Orchestra, is a legendary synthesiser that was built by Malcolm Cecil in the early ’70s and is the largest polyphonic analog synth in the world. TONTO consists of several Oberheim models, two ARP

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