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Robin Rimbaud - Scanner
Life beyond the computer screen. 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. See the Show Notes for further details.
|Aug 11, 2020|
Alex Ball - Making The ARP Synth Documentary
Alex Ball has built a reputation as one of the most informative and interesting synth historian’s of the YouTube age. Starting with short videos about specific instruments, his work began to grow into more in-depth and elaborate explorations of the companies behind the instruments and the people who used them. Over the last year or so, Alex has been busy producing one of the most detailed examinations of the ARP company, it’s founder Alan R Pearlman, and the numerous people involved in making the American synthesizer manufacturer one of the most revered brands in the industry. This documentary film was made for, and with the full support of, the Alan R Pearlman Foundation, headed up by Alan’s daughter, Dina Pearlman. See the Show Notes for further details.
|Jul 14, 2020|
David Vorhaus - That Fairlight Sound !
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. See the Show Notes for further details.
|Jun 16, 2020|
Suzanne Ciani - Adventures In Electronic Music
In this first episode, join composer and electronic musician Caro C in conversation with Suzanne Ciani, a synthesizer and electronic music legend who has been active since the 1960's. Suzanne provided futuristic sound design for advertising in the 1970’s such as that iconic Coca-Cola bottle opening sound that many of us will be familiar with. She’s also composed the soundtrack for a Hollywood movie and is a Grammy nominated artist. Suzanne’s career is very much still flourishing as she tours around the world and releases music on Andy Votel’s Finders Keepers label. In this interview, Suzanne talks about her path into electronic music, her deep relationship with the Buchla synthesiser and how quadrophonic sound is the natural home for electronic music. See the Show Notes for further details.
|May 26, 2020|
SOS Podcast Trailer
Introducing the Sound On Sound Podcasts. Yes, that’s podcasts, because we’re launching three dedicated channels each with their own series of episodes to keep you entertained throughout each month. You’ll hear interviews, features, discussion, opinion and occasional demos of the gear we’re reviewing from many of the SOS magazine staff and our expert Freelance team. The Electronic Music channel is for everyone interested in synths, samplers and the world of electronic music.
|May 12, 2020|