I had the joy of talking to Zeno aka Keurslager Kurt at this year’s Superbooth 2022. We were talking about how he came to love the AE Modular system, how he started developing his own modules and what his new modules are all about.
I’ve interviewed John Tuffen from Wonkystuff at Superbooth 2022 and we were talking about his path into AE Modular, his modules past, present and future and how he prepares for his amazing ambient performances.
This is my first video from my time at Superbooth 2022. Here you can see and hear Robert from tangible waves perform the “Demo Patch”. This patch was used to showcase all the new modules we were presenting at the booth.
I’m introducing Euclid Grid by Kyaa, a new module for the AE Modular system. I have been a beta tester for this module and I’m incredibly impressed by it and had a lot of fun playing with it. You find more information on how to purchase this module here: https://kyaa.co/product/euclid-grid
You can download the paper about Euclidean Rhythms here: http://cgm.cs.mcgill.ca/~godfried/pub…
Last weekend I was at a synth meetup in Wollongong at Elk Elektronik to present the new educational synthesizer system from tangible waves, the SynthExplorer. You can find out all about by watching the presentation below.
In this podcast episodes Zach, Felix and I are chatting about DIY in the AE Modular community and everyone’s favourite patching techniques.
This was the first episode of (hopefully) a new series of podcast videos (vodcast?) with Felix aka The Tuesday Nightmachines. In this episode we played a little game in which each of us took turns to try to explain a random AE module in only 10 seconds. At the end I performed a little jam with explanation of how I made it.
Tim Held has established quite a following with his weekly podcasts which he aptly named Podular Modcast. He approached Robert and I at Synthbooth and asked us whether we would like to do an interview with him to which we gladly agreed. This was again one of those 2020 Zoom interviews over 3 continents: Tim in Seattle USA, Robert in Germany near Munich and I in Australia. It was a very relaxed interview with Tim being a fantastic host and interviewer.
At the end he posed a patch challenge for the words “PURE DAWN” to which I obliged mainly because coincidentally I had recorded a good 30 minutes of birdsong one morning just a few days prior and I always wanted to use this in a song anyway. So my track at the end of the interview features our early morning bird concert.
I hope when you listen to this interview you will enjoy it as much as I did while being “on the show”. Thanks to Tim for doing this and thanks again to Robert for the creation of this fabulous synthesizer system.
Today I was on a Zoom call with Robert which was streamed live to the tangible waves YouTube channel. Robert talked about how the AE Modular system came about and we gave a quick overview of the various modules that are available from the tangible waves website. I then showed a performance that showcased most of those modules.
Celebrating the 500th subscriber to my YouTube channel! Thank you to everyone who has subscribed to my channel and liked and commented on my videos. Making those videos is a joy and I’m so happy that so many people find my tutorials useful.