MESSE 2015: Pittsburgh Modular Game System

The synthesizer can now play 80s retro games!      18/04/15
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This was friday morning and Richard Nichols was on hand to give us a run down of the new Pittsburgh Modular Game System, despite having gone drinking with Ken Macbeth the night before!

The Game System is a gate sequencer designed to give you an evolving and chaotic sequences that aren't necessarily random. The module comes with 5 different game each of which gives a different way to sequence.

Everything on the module can be controlled via CV which makes this module very interesting because once you start to take CV from your patch the synthesizer starts to play the games.

Everything is always a division of the clock making the sequence very musical.

Written and Filmed By Edd Butterworth

Musik MESSE 2015 Kit:
Tascam DR-70D 4 Channel recorders

Audio-Technica System 10 Wireless mics

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