In the previous instalments of Modular Spaces we’ve been looking at all sorts of places for musical creation: wardrobes,...
A blogzine about modular synthesizers, music experiments and life without presets
Horizontal Pitch: Who is Gattobus? Gattobus: My real name is Gianni Proietti. I was looking for an original user name when I registered my Youtube account, years ago, and because of my love for Miyazaki’s movies, I chose the Italian translation for “neko-basu” that is gattobus. I started making videos just for fun, every night after [...]Marco
Let’s admit it: today there’s such a wide selection of Eurorack modules that it can be anything to anyone. Subtractive synthesis? Check! Digital clangor? Check! Ratcheting sequences? You guessed it… And for those like me who start dribbling at the sound of ringing low-pass gates, there are a few names that come to mind. [...]Marco
Welcome back to a new exclusive Horizontalpitch interview. We started with Mark Verbos, wondering at the influence of West-Coast Synthesis on Eurorack. This time we’re with Andreas Zhukovsky and Moritz Scharf, masterminds of Endorphin.es. Horizontalpitch: Let’s assume I just got back from a lunar expedition. How would you explain [...]Marco
If you read our article, you may remember we promised an interview with Girts Ozolins, the man [...]Marco
As a follow up to one of our recent articles about the Musikmesse 2015 (see Musikmesse2015 – the Modular and the World Outside) here’s our interview with Václav Peloušek from Bastl Instruments. Horizontalpitch: My first contact with your work on modulars was through my brother (who studied at the “Angewandte”, the University of [...]Hannes
As recently promised (see Musikmesse2015 – the Modular and the World Outside) here’s our interview with Davide Mancini from soundmachines about their recent sensor-based control modules, future perspectives. Horizontalpitch: I’ve seen that you have released another biometric-sensor module, the HB1heartbeat, which let’s [...]Hannes