DSI Tempest as Musicbox – Sleeping Pills Redux Film Soundtrack Cue by Sleepwalk Cinema

  Boulder Synthesizer Meetup member and Denver artist Michael Lauter (aka http://sleepwalkcinema.com/) published this video showing a different side of Dave Smith Instruments Tempest – a music box. Michael has provided the sysex for Music Box and other DSI Tempest presets here http://lauterzeit.com/pro_audio/synth_patches/  I also wanted to mention that Michael was kind enough to do... Continue Reading →

Luke Abbott – Amphis (Live on a Modular and DSI Tempest in a Field at Wysing Arts Centre)

I stumbled on to a live video of this cool piece called “Amphis” by Luke Abbott. Enjoy. Luke Abbott live performance of 'Amphis', filmed at Wysing Arts Centre on 8th March 2014. 'Amphis' features on the forthcoming Luke Abbott album 'Wysing Forest', to be released by Border Community on 23rd June 2014. More on his... Continue Reading →

New Video by James Jaret Kojac (Syndicate Synthetique) “Beat flipping” on the DSI Tempest

  Back in October I did a post called A First Look at the DSI Tempest Drum Machine with Sound Designer James Kojac (Syndicate Synthetique). James is fellow Denver artist and pinged me on Facebook the other night to let me know he finished another video using Tempest. Checkout  Syndicate Synthetique on the DSI Tempest... Continue Reading →

A First Look at the DSI Tempest Drum Machine with Sound Designer James Kojac (Syndicate Synthetique)

Early last week I got a message from Denver Sound Designer James Kojac of Syndicate Synthetique."I happen to have a pre release DSI/Linn Tempest sitting in front of me… I figured you may want to swing by and check it out.” Duh! Of course I jumped at the chance to see one of the first... Continue Reading →

Show Report: Duran Duran Plays 1STBANK Center Broomfield (Denver)

Duran Duran played a great show last night at the1st Bank Center in the Denver (suburb of Broomfield which is about 15 minutes from Boulder). To put it simply, the band sounded fantastic, Simon’s voice was strong, and the mix was fantastic and I could clearly hear all the players including Nick Rhodes’s synths. I... Continue Reading →

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