Posts tagged "synthesizer"

Ruth Mascelli cruises dystopia on the new album, ‘A Night At The Baths’

Image by Arthur R Severio Anyone who has been to a bathhouse knows it’s an experience that lingers long after the steam of the sauna has dissipated. Simultaneously liberating and degrading, it’s entering into a microcosm where the rules and standards of the world outside no longer apply. To this

Image by Alex Kacha A lawsuit has been filed against Moog, one of the world’s foremost creators of synthesisers, citing workplace discrimination. The allegations include both verbal and physical abuse, and misogyny. The suit is filed by former Moog employee Hannah Green, who is suing the company for more than

Inspired by the grandeur of film scores, the simple beauty of contemporary piano compositions and the wide sound spectrum of electronic music, producer/composer-duo Felsmann + Tiley have started an exceptional music project, using only the sounds of synthesizers. Felsmann + Tiley note that, “Film scores often do not stand up

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 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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