8 episodes

From modular synthesis, standalone synthesizers and Eurorack, to unusual electronic instruments, Buchla, Ciat-Lonbarde and the arts. Esoteric Modulation is a fortnightly podcast that is about all the latest exciting gear and news of electronic music and the arts. We cover a wide array of interesting equipment, synths, modular and the slightly unusual esoteric side of electronic instruments. We have regular guests covering news, instruments, and art projects that merge sound and visual arts together in interesting ways! We answer listener questions, feature our favourite acts on Bandcamp, and look at the latest up-and-coming events not to be missed! So keep your finger on the pulse, and don't miss a show by subscribing to our Podcast on your favourite service or hit our website for more information!

Esoteric Modulation Ed Ball

    • Music
    • 5.0, 5 Ratings

From modular synthesis, standalone synthesizers and Eurorack, to unusual electronic instruments, Buchla, Ciat-Lonbarde and the arts. Esoteric Modulation is a fortnightly podcast that is about all the latest exciting gear and news of electronic music and the arts. We cover a wide array of interesting equipment, synths, modular and the slightly unusual esoteric side of electronic instruments. We have regular guests covering news, instruments, and art projects that merge sound and visual arts together in interesting ways! We answer listener questions, feature our favourite acts on Bandcamp, and look at the latest up-and-coming events not to be missed! So keep your finger on the pulse, and don't miss a show by subscribing to our Podcast on your favourite service or hit our website for more information!

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

Prof Si ,

wonderful

New best podcast on modular synthesis - combination of thoughtful (and thought provoking) discussion going beyond the usual musical topics and into the sound art world more widely, alongside detailed and *very* authoritative discussion of equipment. The hosts are smart and engaging and complement each other well (a visual artist on the one hand, and perhaps the most respected technical voice in the modular world on the other). Feels to me like the best bits of mylar melodies’ and the sound and process podcasts combined.

One thing I do wish is that some musical/audio examples could be edited in (although I realise that’s quite a bit of extra work) to give some context. The Sound and Process podcast does this beautifully.

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