electrolux

More experiments with my hacked 80s Vectrex games console and analog modular synth - this time some circular and spiral forms. The sound is kind of balls this time - I was just doing what it took to get the shapes. Left it on just so you can hear what's driving the beam - this time it's pretty much 'what you see is what you hear' - you're not hearing the z axis, which isn't doing much. x was on the left and y on the right, but as it was recorded on a mono camera mic that's academic. I'd probably just turn it down anyway..

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