Art + Music + Technology By Darwin Grosse – A Must Listen Podcast for Electronic Musicians

My friend, fellow Boulderite, Cycling ‘74 Chief Learning Officer, former Director of Engineering and product lead for Max for Live has a new podcast called “Art + Music + Technology”.

An interview podcast where we talk to people that are engaged in the connection of art and music to technology. Visual artists, musicians, software developers and other creatives are invited to talk about their background, current work and future vision.

He’s already done 15 episodes with some super interesting guests.


One of my personal favs so far was Podcast 13 with Paul Schreiber.

Paul Schreiber has seen it all, from building his own Heathkit gear, to designing automotive stereo systems, to designing cell phones to creating modular synthesizer systems. I was, of course, mostly interested in the latter, but I was also interested in how modular systems were informed by his earlier experiences. In this interview, Paul shares how he learned electronics, how he designed the MOTM modular system, and also shares his advice for anyone interested in digging into it themselves.

This is the first in a series of interviews informed by the forum citizens over at Don't let the name freak you out; I'm sure it started out as some sort of inside joke, but it really is the main meeting place for all things modular.

Direct download: podcast_013_PSchreiber.mp3

Some great mind expanding stuff in these podcasts so tune in and subscribe :^)


Darwin Grosse Podcasts

Mark Mosher • Audio/Visual Synthesist | Boulder, CO View All →

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