1. in 2011 we managed a synthesizer day inside Rough Trade East where I invited the inventors from around London to show off their products. We brought a lot of stuff ourselves over from Berlin and I asked Wolfgang Seidel to play a gig on stage there. Wolfgang Seidel was drummer of the prominent german Band Ton Steine Scherben once and apart from that a very good friend with Conrad Schnitzler who unfortunately died just a few years ago. On the Synthesizer day at RTE he performed one of the "Kassette Konzert(s)" by Conrad Schnitzler where several Tape recordings has been started simultaeoully.
    Apart from that we brought the very first remake of a "volkstrautonium" realized by a new company called Trautoniks, presented the VXXY DCM8 drummachine designed in Hackney Wick and explained a lot of the popular eurorack modules in our testsalon. Ken Macbeth unfortunately could not come over for that day but I think we brought his very first Micromac synth, too.

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  2. In 2011 the staff of SchneidersBuero took their modular stuff mounted up in that merrygoround called karrussell to the Club Kater Holzig in Berlin for a gig during the Bermuda (Berlin Music days 2011). Carlo Krug, Tom Körting, Paul Schulz, and Andreas Schneider was performing the furniture mixed down on the club PA by Thomas "sternchen" Stern. This Video has been made to introduce the gig that indeed was not that what we expected in the end. Toms last words in this video "Its the nature of an experiment that it may fail" has been very wise. Carlo stated "Less is mostly more", but we all confirmed that we had some fun, even after loads of work with this.

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  3. Charles Cohen is a master synthesizer improviser who has been a central figure in Philadelphia/East Coast experimental, avant-garde, and improvisational scene for the past 40 years. He is one of the few living artists to own and have mastered Don Buchla’s 1973 Music Easel, a rare, performance-oriented portable synth made from two modules of the Buchla 200 series.

    Cohen will host a workshop illuminating both his unique creative philosophy and musical practice. He will also present the new re-issue of the original Buchla Music Easel system, produced in close consultation with Don Buchla himself.

    The workshop will culminate in a collaborative jam session, during which participants are invited to use their own analogue equipment, as well as the equipment found at Schneidersladen, famous with audiophiles world-wide for its expansive selection of weird and wonderful sound generating devices.

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  4. Scotsman Ken Macbeth was the inventor of the probably biggest analogue synthesizer of nowadays, his model M5. His latest masterpiece - the ELEMENTS as introduced 2014 on the european Musikmesse in Frankfurt is now nearly done and will be finished with some first models at least in 2015. Here he is giving a statement of the status of production and a few examples of the sound for this smart desktop synth. it will be produced probably in very limited numbers as all of his products and will end up as a luxury smart synthesizer with lots of Character. Get an impression now.

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  5. Peter Kirn and Andreas Schneider hilighted the most popular workshop at SchneidersBuero Berlin directly after Musikmesse Frankfurt in 2015. Officially introducing the little Meeblip Synthesizers on the desk - one of them is connected to a Future Retro Zillion Stepsequencer, the other one is getting bass lines from HerrSchneiders old XBase09 - they have lots of fun just improvising some beats and rhythms.
    On three other videos you will see the workshops introducing the products of Mark Verbos, Tony Rolando and Dan Green soon.

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HerrSchneider is promoting the idea of using synthesizers, modular systems and other creative tools mainly made by small inventors and local brands for electronic music. SchneidersBuero was his brand to do sales and marketing for Technosaurus, Jomox,…


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HerrSchneider is promoting the idea of using synthesizers, modular systems and other creative tools mainly made by small inventors and local brands for electronic music. SchneidersBuero was his brand to do sales and marketing for Technosaurus, Jomox, Future-Retro and others once, but it turned out into being a point of sales itself. This is why he developed it into SchneidersLADEN for the sales to keep the brand SchneidersBuero alive for his own ideas of doing promotion and marketing in his way.

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