IN BETWEEN THE WIRES
Buchla & Tiptop Audio – Series 200
The Buchla analog modular synthesizer has been around since the early 1970s yet very few people ever had a chance to play one or even to see one in person. Buchla and Tiptop Audio have joined forces to resume the production of these wonderful rare pieces of gear.
14000 volt sparks from an old neon light transformer recorded using an AKG414 mic and then processed by ECHOZ, ZVERB and Z5000 to harmonize the sound. This example shows the FX modules’ smooth handing of sources with intense high frequency energy
Circadian Rhythms Black Version
In this video we demo additional features of the Circadian Rhythms, ZOOM mode, Richard Devin’s D Mode, and variable Gate lengths.
WurliTzer 1959 Side Man meets Tiptop Audio EchoZ and Zverb
Wurlitzer Side Man, the first Drum machine made in the 1959. Originally designed as accessory for wurly organs it quickly became a very rare piece of electromechanical hardware.
ZVERB Tiptop Audio
Checking out this magnificent reverb module with different sound sources.