Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Thursday, April 22, 2010
Here we have the 4ms Autonomous Bassline Generator running through the Ekdahl Moisturizer. The ABG is a kit that can be easily built and is a whole lot of fun. It can continually produce varying melodies seemingly by magic!
The Moisturizer is a super-cool spring reverb unit with an analog multimode filter and LFO for modulation. One of the best things about the Moisturizer is that there are controls for wet/dry amounts for both the filter and reverb sections. The built in LFO can modulate the filter cutoff frequency and the filter mode which can yield some great results. There's also a host of jacks on the back of the Moisturizer, giving voltage control over filter cutoff, filter mode, wet/dry amounts for reverb and filter as well as LFO speed and an LFO output. Gated, filtered, modulated, funkdafied spring reverb! The Moisturizer sounds great on guitar too and anything else you can think of;)
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
Friday, April 16, 2010
The Moisturizer is a truly unique instrument and audio processor. It combines an analog multimode filter and a spring reverb tank! The springs sit on top to give you easy access to strum , pluck, hit, and scratch the springs(gently). There's a built in LFO for modulation of the filter cutoff and the filter mode. There's wet/dry controls for the filter and the springtank so they can be used independently of each other.(One, the other, or both). There's also a great mess of 1/4" jacks on the back for audio in/out and control voltage inputs for filter cutoff, filter mode, reverb mixture, filter mixture, LFO speed and an LFO output to run to your other CV gear or to the mixture jacks. Awesome!
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
Monday, April 5, 2010
Thursday, April 1, 2010
Our friend Mike has just released a new album. Check it out!
"Acid-laced counting exercises, tube-driven feedback breaks, and synth-scented happydubcore. Progress contains a remix of East Flatbush Project, samples from Schizopolis, recordings from arrowtape sessions and further excursions into modular tabletronic experiments. "