Artist Ed Ball Interview on Art + Music + Technology Podcast

I love this interview with artist Ed Ball on Darwin Grosse's Art + Music + Technology podcast so I wanted to spread the word. I found the story of Ed's artist journey inspiring and informative. He's got a great vibe (often hilarious) and interesting perspective on art which I found refreshing. Listen to the Podcast on... Continue Reading →

Kickstarter to Help Support Art + Music + Technology Podcast Electronic Music Oral History Archive

Darwin Grosse has a Kickstarter for a Mic/Pre for his most excellent Art + Music + Technology Podcast. Kickstarter links is https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/823319547/mic-pre-update-for-art-music-technology What started out as a funny idea ("Maybe we should do a podcast about Max, a visual programming tool. Bwa-ha-ha!!!") turned into something much different - an oral history of the way we... Continue Reading →

Art + Music + Technology Podcast Celebrates 200th Episode with an Interview with Morton Subotnick

Congrats to my good friend Darwin Grosse on the 200th episode for his fantastic Art + Music + Technology Podcast! This episode marks 4 years of sustained work to createe this amazing historical record. The 200th episode features a simply wonderful interview with Morton Subotnick. Listen to this Episode from Official Web Site  | Listen... Continue Reading →

Robert Henke – Interview + New Monolake Album “VLSI” + Video DEEP WEB Audiovisual Laser Installation and Performance

Interview Check out this great interview with Robert Henke (aka Monolake, and founder of Ableton) on the Art + Music + Technology Podcast http://artmusictech.libsyn.com/podcast-146-robert-henke. What can be said about Robert Henke that hasn't already been said a thousand times? A tireless inventor, music producer, visual artist and programmer, Robert has been at the front of... Continue Reading →

Listen to Brian Clevinger (Inventor of Absynth) Interview on Art + Music + Technology Podcast

I've been using Absynth since version 1. It IS my desert island synth. This being the case I was super excited that Darwin Grosse interviewed Absynth's creator Brian Clevinger for this week's podcast Art + Music + Technology Podcast! Listen to episode #131 here - http://artmusictech.libsyn.com/podcast-131-brian-clevinger-absynth or on iTunes (where you can subscribe to the... Continue Reading →

Denver’s Victoria Lundy Interview on Art + Music + Technology Podcast

My friend and frequent collaborator Victoria Lundy was just interviewed by  Darwin Grosse for his Art+Music+Technology podcast. Lots of good info on Victoria's path as a musician and Thereminist and lots of insights into the Theremin.  Listen to Podcast and read show notes here http://artmusictech.libsyn.com/podcast-124-victoria-lundy or with the embedded player below. Your browser does not support the audio element. Check... Continue Reading →

Art + Music + Technology Podcast Interview with Bert Schiettecatte of Percussa AudioCubes

Check out this interview with Bert Schiettecatte of Percussa AudioCubes - http://artmusictech.libsyn.com/podcasat-066-bert-schiettecatte. Your browser does not support the audio element One of the bits of hardware that keep showing up around me are the Percussa Audio Cubes. I would keep on running into Percussa's owner, Bert Schiettecatte, at trade shows, would run into users in... Continue Reading →

Art + Music + Technology Podcast 056: Brian Funk (AfroDJMac)

Darwin Grosse's latest podcat is up - this time with my Brian Funk (aka AfroDJMac). Listen here http://artmusictech.libsyn.com/podcast-056-brian-funk-afrodjmac. Brian is known for his prolific work to create amazing racks for Ableton Live. I collaborated with Brian on  the Ableton Rack #40: Zebra Attack and Ableton Rack #40: Zebra Attack II so I was super excited to introduce him to Darwin Grosse so... Continue Reading →

Arts + Music + Technology Podcast #54 Featuring musical device inventor Keith McMillen.

Darwin Grosse's latest podcast is up. Listen here.

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