This week we're looking at the work of Pete Townshend and his band The Who. Some of Rock's biggest hits were composed by a guy obsessed with Synthesizers. Townshend's pioneering work with The Who was one of the first bands to use synthesizers in their mus
Whats our Vector Victor? Encyclotronic is shining our spotlight on Vector Synthesizers and the instruments that have made it happen. From the original to the newest instruments being made to this day. We take a look at what was first introduced by Sequent
Encyclotronic are very fortunate to get a first hand account of from Guitarist, Composer, Producer Christopher Currell. Who was one of the early adopters of the Synclavier II system that worked with it extensively well into the 2000s.
On this day, let us not think of them as Women, but as the people who have made signification contributions to the advancement of electronic music from composition to design to theory. It cannot be denied, electronic music would be very different than we
We recently spoke with soundtrack composer, Vivek Maddala, about his work on the new Tom and Jerry cartoon to get some insights into how modern sound technology is being used to bring vintage cartoon music into the modern day.
Get out your wallets! Here are 25 Analogue Synthesizers For Under $500 that you can buy right now. With the growing interest in the retro sound of 70s and 80s electronic music. The race is on between companies big and small to fill the demand for synths m
First of all I’d like to introduce Mathias Grassow to those who don’t know so much about him yet: Mathias was born in 1963 and grew up in Wiesbaden, Germany. After first musical steps with drums and guitar in the late 1970s he started to get involved in e