This is me giving the Mute Synth 2 (Sonar 2015 edition) a spin. Everything was recorded in one go, without any effects. I built it at the Mute Synth II workshop, Sonar +D 2015. As you can see in the picture I’ve added two connections. One is for volume control and the other one is a clock sync (120 bpm) from my modular.
I’ve finally had some time to sort through all the pics I took at this years Sonar festival. Here are some of them. Check it out.
Check this out. Here’s a little DIY project for anyone with a Raspberry Pi computer laying around. The SamplerBox is basically a sample player in a wooden box. Load the samples on a SD-card, stick it into the box, connect a MIDI keyboard to it and there you have it. The total cost is less than €99 in parts.
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In my little series featuring Scandinavian hacker parties I visited in the late 80s, we have finally come to the grand finale: Furulund, Skåne, Sweden 25 – 27 of August 1989. This was, to my knowledge the third and last meeting held in Furulund. I belive me and my friends in XAKK visitied all of them. Unfortunately this is the only one where I actually took some pictures. At the time XAKK was about to leave the Commodore 64 scene. Me and Vivace was working on a game that was never finished. We had only one more C64 demo left to do, Bound to be best II which was released in May 1990.
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