Daily Roundup 27 Jan 2022: Weird synths/pedals, cool synth jam, SunVox 2.0, synth overload, 50 years of Roland, Cordelia Williams Q&A


Someone sent me 3 BOXES of weird synths and pedals

Join me as we unbox not one, not two, but THREE boxes of super fun unique pedals & synths!! Thank you SO much to Different Noises for sending these my way!

Cool Jam with some cool synths (Blue Marvin 2600, Subharmonicon, Eurorack Modular)

SunVox 2.0 Synths

Demonstration of some synths (modules) that you can find in the SunVox distribution. SunVox is a small, fast and powerful modular synthesizer with pattern-based sequencer (tracker). It is a tool for those people who like to compose music wherever they are, whenever they wish. On any device. On any system.

Jam with unnecessary amount of synths

RYTM, Analog Keys, Digitone, Digitakt, Sequential Pro 3, Waldorf Iridium, Korg Wavestate, Korg OPsix, Hologram Microcosm, Roland JV2080, Octatrack and Moog One used on this jam. Everything is ridiculously under-utilized I know… this is more like trying to make a point that they can work together.

This dante multi IO + mioXL midi hub integration works fine. The rest is practice I guess.

50 years of Roland (Sonic TALK 700)

Quickfire Q&A: How do you programme a PIANO RECITAL? How about a CD? Advanced pianist insights, tips

How do you design concert programmes?
What’s the difference between progamming piano recitals and CD?

Pianist Cordelia Williams answers questions about how to programme emotionally meaningful concerts and recordings.

Cordelia is well-known for her imaginative and insightful programming and has also created a module for the students of Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, on creative programming.