1. Tony Rolando of Make Noise Music Company walks us through his shop and a few of his modules.

    Check out Make Noise's own channel
    http://www.youtube.com/user/MAKEN0ISE

    Special Thanks to Tony and Kelly

    Cameras
    5dMKII & T3i (Nate & John)
    Audio
    Zoom H4n + AT Lav

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  2. Daren of Control in Brooklyn gives us a sneak peak of the back of the shop.

    Control is an independent synthesizer brick & mortar shop located in the South Williamsburg Neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY. They specialize in Eurorack Modular, with a passion for vintage traditional and unusual eccentric electronic devices both analog and digital.

    http://www.ctrl-mod.com/
    https://twitter.com/ctrl_mod

    Braun Nizo 6080 - Kodak Vision 3 500T

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  3. This is the Pilot Episode for the new (old) show Synth Workshop. This episode features Evenings of Tapeworm Tapes blasting us with a killer spaced out set. We talk a little at the end about releases and his new lp on Fedora Corpse, which ironically has no synth work on it. Enjoy...

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  4. Here we explore the world of Tasty Soil. Cotton Museum (Chris Pottinger) gives us a slightly up to date view on music. New camera angles give us a better view on the workings. Stay tuned for preview on the new records, camping tours, and the Michigan Box set (finally).

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  5. I've never seen so many Pro-Ones in my life. These boys (Nate Young & Steve Kenney) take an afternoon to sit down and dig deep into the sound ground. Video Madness (Alivia Zivich) was in fulll effect on the blue screen making this one of the most entertaining SW to date. Hang out for the interview, and see that Demons are timeless, here is a quote from 2006 in regards to the band...

    "Our synthesizers are still somewhat broke."

    Broke or not, these guys (and gals) really know how to hang.

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The spaced out show about synths. Live performances glazed with blue screen fun and as always an awkward interview at the end.

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