SynthLab Video Concert

SynthLab is starting a monthly series of Video Concerts.
This will be original video and sound tracks created by SynthLab artists.

The first Video Concert is part of soundpedro2020schizophonia.

SynthLab Artists:

A consummate TechDweeb, visual artist and novatone “musician” univac continuously re-purposes the detritus of trickle-down technology and off-the-shelf toys and electronics in order to create circuit-bent audioVisual hybrids; causing the designers of the original items to shudder in disbelief.
In addition to circuit-bent video gadgets, univac also constructs audioVisualizations utilizing Apple’s Quartz Composer, a visual programming system, making short experimental films and performing live audio-reactive visuals for his own and others’ live performances.

Jesse Nason
Jesse Nason is a California native that has been playing keyboards and drums in various bands in the OC/LA area, including Deccatree, AM, Perfect Beings and currently with Mono Sources. Some of his influences for synth based music are Tom Morello, Pink Floyd, Alessandro Cortini, Suzanne Ciani and Brian Eno. He is a collector of sounds and a fan of melody, drones, and noise coordination.

Andrew Reitsma has been making art in various media for over twenty years. He holds a BFA in Art Photography from Cal State, Long Beach. He works in design, video and electronic music and is an accomplished photographer.
He performs as Qrux and is a member of Synthlab.

Pablo Bert is an electronic musician and mathematician from Long Beach. Pablo got his start as a chiptune/IDM DJ in 2003. Now he spends most of his time playing with synths and twiddling knobs.

Rychard Cooper
Composer, synthesist & sound designer.
Teaches classes in electronic music & digital media at CSULB.
Co-founder of SynthLab

Faraday Cage
Co-founder of SynthLab
Matt Pogue has been wrangling electricity with his guitar for three decades. Now he does it with other machines as well.

Cannibalistic Caterpillar
Cannibalistic Caterpillar is a sound and vision project by Justin Scheid and Brian Akenoh. The group utilizes live projections, analog and digital synthesis, guitar pedals, homemade noise boxes, and live sampling to deliver intense and spontaneous improvisatory performances. Though primarily a duet, guest collaborators are not uncommon. The group is based in Long Beach, CA.

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SynthLab’s artist combine analog, digital and acoustic instruments with modular synthesizers, drum machines, loopers, effects processors, and homemade software, to create a wide range of electronic music; ambient, electronica, techno, house, experimental, noise….

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