I had a wonderful time with Sascha, aka HAND Tapeloop in his studio which is actually right on the same grounds as Superbooth! Sascha’s perspective on making music with the AE Modular is shaped by his practice as a drummer and also from making music with tape loops.
Here I talk with Toby who approaches the AE Modular by designing very creative faceplates and DIY cases.
It was great to catch up again with Felix aka The Tuesday Nightmachines at Superbooth 2022. He was instrumental when we set up the AE Modular Forum back in 2018 and he has done incredible work promoting the AE Modular systems with his videos, reviews and tutorials over the last few years.
Here I had a great time chatting with Toms aka Kyaa who came all the way to Chicago to meet our small AE Modular group and to show off his newly developed 2AUTO module.
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.
Just jamming with the AE Modular …
This is an introduction to the new TBD module for the AE Modular from tangible waves. The TBD is a multi function module with over 50 plugins for effects and oscillators. All plugins are open source and you can program your own (if you know C++).
Check out more information on the Wiki at https://wiki.aemodular.com/pmwiki.php/AeManual/TBD
This is my second jam for Jamuary 2022. This time I’ve been playing a lot with modulation. Random modulation of the Nyle Filter via the RBSS, LFO modulation of the Core.ae from Wonkystuff and a rhythmic modulation of the waves from the Wavetables via the SEQ8 sequencer. The cool thing in modular synthesis is that you can use a CV/Gate sequencer for so many other things than just pitch.