I’m having a fantastic week at the Elektronmusikstudion in Stockholm, which became fully formed (independent from radio) in the late sixties and was one of the earliest computer music centres. This is a beautiful video of the studio in 1974. I’m working on a new piece, which has involved spending a lot of time with the Buchla Series 200 analogue synth. But aside from the studios and many wondrous toys here, there’s a brilliant library, music collection and selection of journals & music mags. A really inspiring place to work & create…
Spending some days at EMS(Elektronmusikstudion) in Stockholm, Sweden, in studio two, taking advantage of the multi channel system to create some surround mixes of the work that I have been doing there with the Buchla and Serge modular systems. The studio was designed by the same guy who built Abba’s studio.
I had the pleasure of being invited to Elektronmusikstudion in Stockholm to work on the Buchla200 analog modular synth with Jonas Broberg, who is a whiz on the instrument. The sounds and architecture of it was blowing my mind. I’m looking forward to returning soon.
More electronic fetishism - I am currently installed as guest composer in a residency at the Elektronmusikstudion (EMS) in Stockholm where I am working on the Serge Modular Synthesizer with Daniel Araya. Tomorrow moving onto the Buchla with Jonas Broberg. Here’s the current patch on the Serge.