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The event is being sponsored by Moog Music. Cyril Lance, Moog Music Chief Engineer will be presenting the prototype for a new Moog instrument, as well as the current line up of the Moog's handcrafted analog synthesizers and effects.
The Handmade Music Salon participants include:
$0Peter Edwards, casperelectronic -- A brand new analog sound and light super synth from a master of circuit building and bending.
Todd Bailey, Where’s the Party At 2 -- The debut of a new open source, 8-bit sampler, in the spirit of lo-fi samplers employed in early hip hop.
Peter Kirn, MeeBlip and createdigitalmusic.com -- A hackable, affordable, open source synthesizer with MIDI anyone can use, backed by a growing community of hundreds of synthesists, new and expert.
Jeff Snyder, Snyderelectronics -- Sophisticated multi-touch homebrewed instruments for futuristic Bluegrass music and alternative tunings.
Brian and Leon Dewan, Dewanatron -- Part sculpture, part solid-state instruments, original analog creations. Recently featured by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross in the Social Network soundtrack.
Travis Thatcher, Voice of Saturn -- Original synthesizers and sound and performance control creations, as produced for a variety of music including Animal Collective.
Critter and Guitari -- From pocket pianos to video synthesizers, new electronic designs are portable works of art.
Ranjit Bhatnagar -- The 8-bit violin is an acoustic violin for a digital age, cut from plywood by a laser-cutter but playable as a conventional violin.
Lara and Sarah Grant -- Felted Signal Processing is an arts and research project focused on soft interface design and sensor development (fsp.fm)
0Josh Silverman -- Synplode is an interactive, rhythmic dance floor pulsing with light and sound.
For more information:
Solid Sound Festival
Create Digital Music
Source: Press Release