Esta semana, continuaremos nuestra serie de entradas invitadas, pero con un toque. Estamos muy contentos a presentar esta entrada de David Durst en inglés y español. Aunque David habla español de forma nativa, yo lo aprendí de adulto. Así que, todos los errores tipográficos son miós. Perdón con cualquier falta de ortografía o palabra fuera de lugar. ¡Han pasado algunos años desde que hablé con fluidez, y el modular es un lenguaje completamente nuevo para mí!Read More
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This week, we continue our series of guest posts, but with a twist. We are so happy to present this post by David Durst in both Spanish and in English. If you follow NE, you’ve probably seen at least one post by David Durst. You may know him as D-tek. David was born in Mexico City and started making music there over 20 years ago. He has studied audio engineering, and combined with his exceptional studio work, his professionalism as a DJ and producer, he has become a leader in the Mexican psytrance scene. Read on to learn what he has to say about modular…Read More
This week we talk with Ricky Tinez. If you’re into Synths, you probably know him from his awesome Youtube channel. Here, he talks about his current performance case.Read More
This week, I caught up with Instagram user dubstationzero, who talked about his musical journey and an interesting way that he uses Bin Seq, among other things.Read More
This week we talk to Giordan Postorino about music production, ziti, and how modular can be a good substitute for friends. Also: synth jokes.Read More
Our pal TL3SS got ahold of the new Terci Ruina and he is not afraid to use it and a lot of other distortions. Behold.Read More
If you are into modular synths, you probably already know Patrick O’Brien, or POB Energy. Patrick is a friend of NE, and he does all of our demo videos (and does a killer job!). A while back, we asked Patrick to put together a demo for our new Ataraxic Iteritas. In the process of making the jam for that demo, he dropped the Loquelic Iteritas Percido into the case and got ready to roll.
…and then a strange thing happened.