After first tasting this sauce in a small restaurant near San Clemente in Rome, we been trying to recreate it for the longest time. It seems my wonderfully creative wife somehow summoned its essential savoriness from asparagus stalks in the blender. The rest is top secret.
Friday, April 11, 2014
Here is another worthy Buchla-format design from our friends in Europe (Belgium to be more precise). In a sound-world where Don Buchla placed primary importance on envelope creation over filter use, this double filter causes quite the stir. The lower section has a switchable prepatched cv feedback control called "Morgellons". Strangely beautiful and useful.
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Friday, April 4, 2014
Saturday, March 29, 2014
This Buchla clone packs quite the dual oscillation punch, with plenty of options for further sound savaging. Functional density indeed! The original Buchla 200 series was certainly notable for this kind of high functionality with the addition of expansive cv control, a very welcome inclusion for "musicians", then and now who prefer intent and randomness in equal doses.
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Monday, March 24, 2014
I must admit that I'm finding this 292 clone far more useful and responsive than my original Buchla 292e. It's sound-shapiing capabilities bring effortless control to whatever signal I'm applying to the mix, and its filter only enhances the morphing potential. Thanks djangofire.