The Pringles Keyboard is an organ whose pipes are built out of cans of chips.
This project is a re-imagination of a bell tower for the digital age.
rock*picSynth is a Max for Live device that lets you build synths out of images.
Mine of Minus is a polyphonic subtractive synth Max for Live device with lots of modulation options.
Analog synth jam video featuring Paia Fatman connected via MIDI to Percussa AudioCubes via improvisor, free generative music software. Improvisor is an application that was built in Max/MSP 5 and which uses the free external for Max/MSP, to communicate with audiocubes hardware.
The Max4Live patch is created for the AudioCubes, and consists of three oscillators: main oscillator, sine wave modulating oscillator, and square wave modulating oscillator.
AnalogKick is a bass drum synth based on the design of the TR-808's bass drum, and is capable of producing sounds quite similar to the original. It also adds features not found in the original, including FM and distortion, as well as adding the ability to change the tuning curve of the oscillator envelope to adjust the snappiness of the attack.
BASSO is a monophonic synth for Max for Live designed to deliver fat basslines and leads.
This is a model of Vassar College's Electrocomp EML-200 that I built for my students.
Untight is a band consisting of touch guitarist Alexander Dowerk and electronic musicians Bernhard Wöstheinrich and Tobias Reber.