A bunch of radio interviews took place when Synthposium presenters were in town mid-November. Listen back to them discussing their areas of synth research:
Tim Dalton and Paul Borg on Radio National
James Gardner on PBS-FM
Michail Exarchos on 3RRR-FM
Last week the Synthposium team headed over to the Substation in Newport for fantastic performances by Robin Fox and Byron Scullin using the MESS synth collection and Scottish performer Robbie Thomson using the Tesla coil. The event was included in the Melbourne International Arts Festival – details on the event here.
Some photos from Robin Fox and Byron Scullin’s setup and performance. All synths are available for use at MESS so get yourself a membership!
Synthposium organiser Nick Wilson is the Label Manager in his spare time for Clan Analogue, an Australian underground electronic music and arts collective. Take a look at the Clan Analogue web site HERE
Enjoy the sounds of Clan Analogue’s latest release Analogue Redux: Hardware Explorations.
Recently Clan Analogue presented a weekend of events at Bar 303 in Northcote, Melbourne, as part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival. You can read reviews of Friday night’s Kill Climate Deniers performance and Saturday night’s Analogue Redux launch.
Here is a great article from FACTS Make Music web site (Twelis, J. 6/9/16) all about the 14 most important synths and the musicians who whose them. There are some really interesting choices here but what do you think? (use the comments below) and we can discuss them at the Synthposium.
The 14 Most Important Synths