In this episode, Ben and Nate talk with composer, luthier, and pedal tinkerer Dave Watkins about the Dulcitar, building your own instruments, improving and looping, ballet, and becoming an accidental VJ. Plus news, and Nate explains noise reduction.
In this episode, Ben and Nate talk with composer, luthier, and pedal tinkerer Dave Watkins about the Dulcitar, building your own instruments, improving and looping, ballet, and becoming an accidental VJ.
In this episode, Jj Kidder talks with Ben and Nate about modular synths, modeling chaos, feedback loops, and improvising with a chaotic system. Plus product news, and Ben attempts to explain antialiasing oscillators.
This week on SoundNotion, we let the fanboy flag fly with a “?review?” of Radiohead’s newest studio album A Moon Shaped Pool. We talk electronics, polyrhythmic inflections, string articulations, and how even Radiohead can do a love song.
This week on SoundNotion, the panel is joined by Nørgård in New York Festival executive producer and artistic director Garth Edwin Sunderland and participating artist Neeraj Mehta to discuss the upcoming festival of Nørgård’s works in New York.
In this episode, Joe Plazak drops by to talk about music cognition, its implications for electro-acoustic (and just acoustic) music, listener normalization, and the… well… dogcoder. Plus, new Radiohead, AVID gets desperate, and Nate explains impedance.
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