Top 20 Weirdest Instruments-The Reactable

The synth you can eat your lunch off      11/12/08

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6:12 mins
This week's show is all about the Knight's of the Round Table. The Reactable that is. And the knight's? That'll be its inventors, Sergi Jorda, Marcos Alonse, Martin Kaltenbrunner and Gunter Geiger, all graduates of the Music Technology Group at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona.

As far as the instrument goes, well it's either a complete rethink of the way synthesis is perceived, or it's just a Mini Moog made out of salt 'n' pepper pots.
Nice, though...V-e-r-y nice. Simon Power

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Marc JX8P    Said...

I saw it before, but it remains as stunning and well executed a design as it ever was. What I particularly like is how well thought out the user interface is and I'd love to see some kind of version of this that works with a touch screen.

12-Dec-08 03:01 PM


Marc JX8P    Said...

Oh yes and before I forget: YES! The professor is back! :-D

12-Dec-08 03:01 PM


widdly    Said...

There is a linux copy without the hardware. It's yum!

http://www.psychosynth.com/index.php/Main_Page

14-Dec-08 09:15 PM


sonicase    Said...

did they ever finish doing these? seems like this is the last one

missing top 6 weirdest

25-Jul-11 02:52 AM


Moo    Said...

Yes, where are the rest of the episodes?

27-Apr-12 06:03 AM


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