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  1. Franz Schuier Live at Basic Electricity #5


    from Franz Schuier / Liked

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    Exzerpts from my gig. 12 Buchla 200e System used. Laptop doing visuals, mixing and fieldrecording samples. Friday, August 31st, Basic Electricity #5 - an evening of improvised electronic music…

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    • Noises


      from Lyonel Bauchet / Liked

      Twisted Waveform Generator + Harmonic Oscillator mastered by Complex Waveform Generator via Spectral Processors, through Time Machine and Frequency Shifter Twins.

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      • All Streets are Empty


        from Kevin VC / Liked

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        Not a sound but the airwaves A live performance on the 200e The 225e is serving as a preset voltage source Looks like Vimeo decided to play along and add some sounds

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        • Pendulum 272e Transmissions


          from todd barton / Liked

          493 Plays / / 1 Comment

          he Eardrill Pendulum/Ratchet driving the Buchla 292e which is being feed random radio stations from the Buchla 272e Polyphonic Tuner. A better audio is here: http://soundcloud.com/user7621213/pendulum-272e-transmissions

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          • Buchla - Patch 30


            from batchas / Liked

            Focusing on LFOs and randomness. Main modules used: 262v, 261e, 258v, 281e, Source Selector, p/r, 291e. Patch inspired by Todd Barton's "Krell Muzak": http://www.muffwiggler.com/forum/userpix/4956_krell_muzak_1_3.jpg

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            • John Cage 100 Anniversary Performance: Variations VI


              from Giorgio Sancristoforo / Liked

              My performance of Variations VI at the John Cage Centennial Celebration SEPT. 5th 2012 at Triennale Design Museum, Milano, Italy www.giorgiosancristoforo.net Special thanks to: Sandro…

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              • Buchla - Patch 29


                from batchas / Liked

                Synching Machinedrum + Roland 100M keyboard arpeg + Buchla (MD to 256e to p/r ratchet section for clock divisions).. Using mostly 291, DIY attenuators, Source selector, 258v, 261e. For all purists: The…

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                • Stay Up All Night


                  from Kevin VC / Liked

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                  A live performance on the 200e. Thanks, Giorgio.

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                  • Mudlogger - Don't Smile It Might Hurt


                    from Game of Life project / Liked

                    July 2012 release through Game of Life netlabel: "The Art Of Losing Face" by Mudlogger http://gameoflife.bandcamp.com/album/mudlogger-the-art-of-losing-face

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                    • Weinglas - In the Drone Tonight


                      from Game of Life project / Liked

                      Wine + Buchla: not for the faint-hearted! September 2012 release through Game of Life netlabel: Weinglas' "Tales from Buchla and CR: Vol. I " EP http://gameoflife.bandcamp.com/album/weinglas-tales-from-buchla-and-cr-vol-i

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                      • Building The Krell Muzak Patch


                        from todd barton / Liked

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                        Here's a patch cord by patch cord demonstration of setting up the Krell Muzak 1 patch from scratch on a Buchla 200e with the following modules: 261e, 266e, 281e, 292e, and 291e. A photo of the…

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                        • Lissajous curves for Milad and Robb


                          from Peter Speer / Liked

                          Synthesis Technologies e350 Morphing Terrarium XY and Z outs, viewed on a Tektronix 2205. Audio: Z panned hard right XY panned hard left XY/Z mix, through an E-Mu Spring Reverb module, center…

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