On Thursday SchneidersLaden will continue the event series with a special performance by Phonoschrank. Everyone who wants to experience the potential of Drone Synths and Soundscapes is welcome. Phonoschrank puts two SOMA Lyra-8 at the center of his live performance set-up and combines them with an additional modular synthesizer to create infinite soundscapes.
After the performance Phonoschrank will be talking about his set-up and you are welcome to ask questions about the ideas behind his music and the technical realization.
Thursday: 13th of September -> Start: 7:30pm at SchneidersLaden
It is a complex 7 voice analog drum/percussive synthesizer module based around analog discrete CR-68/78 circuits with advanced noise spectrum animation and effect processor.
30 HP width under a black panel, < 2 cm or 3/4“ in depth
7 drum voices in the analog kit: bass drum, snare, tambourine, closed and open hi-hats, metallic beat and cymbal
hybrid sound generation: band-limited digital noise with spectrum animation, injected into analog circuits
full discrete analog generation part, using inductor coils instead of op-amps
on-board effect processor with 8 drum-oriented effects, including additional auxiliary input and firmware update over audio
drums that have character: fit all styles of music – specifically tuned for darkwave and techno
separate analog outputs and isolator-style final filter with resonance for main outputs
black knobs with glow in the dark lines for navigation in the darkness.
It was made with dark electronic music in mind – strong live performance features, vintage flavour, limited in some ways to maximize the usability, suitable for various styles of music – from Electro to Hip Hop, Synthpop to Industrial and Complex Techno.
Remember to order soon, because they'll be sold out very quickly!
Many thanks to all artists, guests, helpers and organizers who made the Modular Schaltzentrale at Berlin Atonal so special this year! Together we made this an exceptional event with lots of musical highlights! Here are some impressions of what you missed if you have not been there.
Theremin Workshop at SchneidersLaden with Carolina Eyck – one of the most prominent theremin players worldwide! She developed a special playing technique that leads to extraordinary results. In 2006, Carolina published the first extensive theremin method book entitled “The Art of Playing the Theremin”, available in german and english. The 8-finger-technique described in this book can be learned or witnessed in lectures, workshops, concerts and performances by Carolina Eyck all over Europe. In September you have the chance to be part of a special Theremin Workshop at SchneidersLaden by Carolina Eyck: September 6th at 7:30pm.
Carolina will bring her very rare Pro version of the Moog Etherwave Theremin. This model has been discontinued several years ago. It is considered to be the most professional and serious Theremin model Moog ever made. Due to the better scaling of the pitch field it is more suitable for professional Theremin playing. The standard Moog Etherwave Theremins do not feature this better scaled pitch field. But there is a way to improve the playability of the standard Moog Theremin (Plus) by adding a modification that has been developed by Thierry Frenkel. This modification is available from a shop in The Hague. There will be a Moog Etherwave Plus with this modification to try out at the workshop!
If you have been to SUPERBOOTH18 you might have seen Carolina playing a concert on the Seaside-Stage! The video of this concert can soon be found on HerrSchneiders Vimeo channel. In the meantime there is this short conversation between HerrSchneider and Carolina Eyck before SUPERBOOTH18.