Recently Cornelius Wildner & Erka Shalari reached out to Berlin to interview Andreas Schneider and Andre Kaufmann as heads of Superbooth for “LES NOUVEAUX RICHES” – an art and culture magazine based over in Vienna. Talking about how it all came to live the interview rolls out the historic back ground of the event which is certainly more than just a fair for traders and draws a fine lined picture of the current situation. Read it all here!
Today we look at Weather Drones by Eowave, a fully featured synth voice with a triangle based oscillator including a waveshaper and a spread option for generating up to 8-triangle waves at the same time. Then you get a simple envelope and LFO, a lowpass filter and a sample and hold / noise section. Most parts can be used independently, but together they give you a sonically rich synthesizer with lots of character for a very fair price. We think Weather drones is a very good option as an additional complete voice for your existing system, a voice that has a sound of its own, good for experimental sounds, techno and sound design.
In this video you will here this interesting module in different musical contexts to get an idea about the sonic possibilities this Weather drones brings to the table.
The Analogue Systems RS-360 Phase Filterbank is now available with Dual Bus featuring two power connectors, meaning the module can be directly connected to either an Analog Systems or a Doepfer modular system. – Adapters are no longer necessary.
The Buchla Easel Command is a result of the further development of the legendary analog synthesizer Music Easel by Don Buchla from 1973, which in addition to the synthesizer module also consists of a controller/keyboard module – both built into a suitcase. While the Music Easel also continues to be built, the Easel Command is the revised version of the 208C in a stand-alone desktop form with MIDI, USB and CV control. This updated version now features a MIDI input, can be equipped with a USB host port, has a 1V/Oct and Gate input, and generally presents itself in a way that makes it easy to integrate into any studio or live environment. It’s never been easier to own a Buchla and integrate it into your personal workflow.
Although it can be described as a mono synthesizer, it’s much more than that, it includes a limited but matching sequencer that invites you to experiment, as well as a real spring reverb, and truly feels like an instrument that can keep delivering new sounds and generally invites you to play. It’s hard to describe, but the device quickly draws you in, simply because it sounds exceptional and offers a well-developed workflow. Without further words, enjoy the video.