Str8 Sounds "Buchla in the Never World" -- one of my most outlandish but interesting audio projects, a performance of September 21, 2010 (78 minutes 02 seconds).
Part One -- http://soundclick.com/share.cfm?id=12733391
Part Two -- http://soundclick.com/share.cfm?id=12733400
"Buchla in the Never World" consists of 6 YouTube video channels of old synthesizer and musical instrument demonstrations playing simultaneously, whilst modulating their volumes up and down, and changing the videos continuously, for an ever-changing but randomly coherent sonic flow.
Reminiscent of Stereolab, Iannis Xenakis, Morton Subotnick, Messiaen, Merzbow, Tangerine Dream, The Residents, Kraftwerk, and The Orb combined in a swirling circus of electronic vibrations.
This methodology is done seamlessly, dreamfully, softly assertive, then pools into mild milieu of placid plasticity, whilst almost slipping indiscretely into ionic segues and interplasmic micro-sequences.
Perhaps the most strangely beautiful music I've ever orchestrated.
PART ONE (41:31): Buchla 291e, Buchla EMX, Buchla 285e, Buchla 259e, XOXBOX Synth, Korg SQ-10, Electron Monomachine, EMS Synthi, Prophet 600, Roland Microprocessor 202, Dutchtronix Oscilloscope Clock, Oberheim OBX, Commodore 64 Mssiah Monosynth, Moon Machine M569, Moon Modular Octal Clock Divider M554, Zeroscillator, ElectroKraft Ring Modulator, Wooden Noise Drone Synth, RCA Sound Tape Cartridge.
PART TWO (36:28): Buchla 100, Buchla 200e, Grendel Drone Commander, Nord Micro Modular, Buchla 259, Plan-B Vactrol Filter, Kaoscillator, Korg Sigma, Arp 2600, Arp Odyssey, Roland TB-303, Roland SH-7, Farfisa Syntorchestra, Arp 2500, Moog Prodigy, Roland Jupiter 4, Korg Kaoss Pad 3, Zeroscillator, Farfisa Polychrome, Alesis Midiverb 4, Micromoog, TR-808, Solaris.