Thursday, August 13, 2009

The Verb, To Be

This one was submitted by reader Sunil. Some pretty cool Tangerine Dream-esque modular synth goodness from a guy in Tennessee of all places.

5 comments:

MPS said...

Goddam actual electronic music! Not some kid tweeking the cutoff knob over a lame sequence for 15 minutes. bless you Cybertron!

line of control said...

thanks for the shoutout Tom- i knew the fellow Waveformless denizens would laps this cowpoke right up... love that DOTCOM modular he is using. and some really beautiful sequences there. i wouldn't even know where to begin with something like that... a truly gnarly beast.

am i right in guessing that with a modular- you can never ever save your patches or sequences?

Sunil S.

Tom said...

Yeah, that's correct. Sequences can be saved depending on the sequencer you're using, but I've never heard of a modular with patch memories and am not sure how you'd even implement that given all the patch cables...

line of control said...

so a truly momentary moment of beauty...never to be reproduced...

Tom said...

Well, that's true of pretty much all old analogs, not just modulars.