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Moog Want Your Sounds For Global Synthesizer Project
This interactive project is set to come to life through an archieve of atmospheric field recordings, creating new sonic environments via custom Moog-designed-and-built synth modules with an archive of sounds from each corner of the globe.
To help Moog and Yuri, you can submit your field recordings to GlobalModular@moogmusic.com. .AIFF or .WAV files are accepted.
Those submitting recordings to the project are asked to detail the sound source and location as well.
The project is set to be presented at Moogfest 2016 in North Carolina, USA between May 19th-22nd 2016. To learn more about Moogfest, click here.
By Michael Storey
Posted on 26 Apr 2016 14:45 to category : Music News
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