Modular Diary – 055

The Din Datin Dudero – ‘the original, esoteric analog synth for babies’ – something that caught my eye amongst all the unusual on the Ciat Lonbarde site. There’s also the Nobsrine:

It is for babies of DJs and noise musicians, who want to introduce their children to strange sounds, chaos magic, the idea of infinite degrees of relationship between tones, without the more complicated techniques involved in uper crust CIAT INSTRUMENTS.

I was wondering about the relationship between all these instruments and Rob Hordijk’s ‘patches in a box’, and sure enough, looking though the images for the Din Datin Dudero I stumble across:

Stuber shall have two knobs, a philter mechanism for audio and also for gesture, with Q control. The binary matrix reinterprets resonances, as a “Rungler.”

Here’s a video of their creator Peter B. explaining his Plumbutter.

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Rudiger Meyer is a composer interested in the play between traditional concert music and new media.


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