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Geoffrey P Belcher 9h
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Tijuana Synth-Con Nov 8
Event dedicated to synthesizers, the community and technologies around the beautiful world of sound synthesis,
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Luke Peterson Nov 6
I’ve finished cutting all of the 1U panels for the MFOS analog synth, despite the Shapeoko being woefully inaccurate in the Z axis. Ball-screw Z upgrade for Christmas perhaps? 😂 . . .
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Tulpa | Dusha Nov 8
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Brian de W4WWW Nov 8
Okay, weird request for the peanut gallery. Roland TR-08 vs Behringer RD-8?
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Nat Astor 21h
You can never have too much research! Please help m,e out by taking my survey on how accessible making electronic music is:
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hunttaflowproduction Nov 11
Reposted from white.n.bloody () - 😹😻😽❤️❤️ 🎹Just what we needed🌖 Edit of ”Space – Magic Fly”
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Cherise Nov 6
"The strongest features of a modular system is its versatility in the domain, the only limit is your imagination." Want to get into ? Take a look at this list of essential modules here:
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Vertigo Shock Nov 8
Nuns and synthesizers!!! What a great pair. 🖤🖤🖤
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synthpatchers Nov 7
• • • • • Having fun with my and Some kind of fusion between and . Has a kind of vibe to…
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Nat Astor Nov 12
I';m still looking for more data on the accessibility of making electronic music. Please help out by taking my survey on making electronic music:
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Moog Synthesizers Nov 9
Lisa Bella Donna demonstrates six Moog in this new video: Which would you choose? 🤔
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Christopher Lashawn Nov 8
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NIGHTRUN87 23h
New NIGHTRUN87 badges are finally here! Get them while they last! Bandcamp link in the bio above.
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Dan Armstrong Nov 6
Had the title track from Artificial Intelligence played on .fanpage by Ecki Stieg. Nice to speak with some listeners too!
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NIGHTRUN87 Nov 7
A lifetime of never ending late nights, cold studios and other sacrifices for moments like these. It's definitely worth it!
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Iterations Nov 8
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openAlchemy Nov 6
Commercial OCR Systems and Music Synthesizers The original Kurzweil Reading Machine had a minuscule 64,000 bytes of memory and cost $30,000 to $50,000
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Assembler 2084 Nov 6
*Some assembly required. (Rebuilding my setup after renovations.)
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TorontoSoundFestival Nov 12
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