The Analogue Synthesizer Workshop

Dieses Thema im Forum "Termine" wurde erstellt von Studiodragon, 10. Januar 2012.

  1. The Analogue Synthesizer Workshop

    3 dates in Southern Switzerland in Spring / Summer 2012 from 13:00 to 18:00 p.m. Each workshop is given at a different date in D, F and I and is limited to max. 15 participants. Entry fee: CHF 250.-- to be payable at the moment of the inscription. For details, dates and inscriptions see the PDFs below.

    Analog Synthesizer Workhop in Locarno [25. März 2012, Deutsch]

    Workshop sur le synthétiseur analogique à Locarno [2 juin 2012, en français]

    Workhop sul sintetizzatore analogico a Lugano [22 aprile 2012, in italiano]

    Themes and topics: 1. A brief history of electronic music [the early synthesizers and electronic music studios, 1950s - 1960s]. The modern age: from avantgarde to popular Electronica. 2. Instruments and manufacturers: the early electronic instruments [1930s - 1940s]; modern voltage controlled synthesizers [Bob Moog and Don Buchla]; commercial
    manufacturers [1970s to present]. 3. The neo-analogue Renaissance. Why analogue? Discrete vs. integrated vs. digital circuits; the formats: Moog Modular clones, the Eurorack system, other formats; selected neo-analogue manufacturers; a guide to purchasing: vintage or neo-analogue? 4. The analogue synthesizer explained: modules and functions; basic
    modules, auxiliary and "expert" modules, analogue sequencers; external sound-processing devices: what's best? 5. And finally: let's put your hands on the machines and play with a vintage Minimoog D and a Eurorack modular [Analogue
    Systems, Make Noise, Pittsburg].

    Media: laptop and beamer [screenshow with sound demos], a vintage Moog Minimoog D, a Eurorack modular, PA system.
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    Deutsch :
    http://www.controlvoltage.org/images/synthworkshop_D.pdf

    Französisch:
    http://www.controlvoltage.org/images/synthworkshop_F.pdf

    Italienisch :
    http://www.controlvoltage.org/images/synthworkshop_I.pdf
     

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