Enjoy videos about workshops at SchneidersLaden (WS) and previously released SUPERBOOTH (SB16, SB17…) videos, or other videos from our universe of cables and CV (other).

Richard Devine and Surachai at Schneidersladen (WS)

As two very special Guests, Richard Devine and Surachai made a workshop inside Schneidersladen together discussing some insights and explanations on their musical way to generate sounds and more .. Starting with the american view on things like the early eurorack its ending up in making some sounds in a little live set and discussing questions .. this will happen in part 2.

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Eventide and C-Base (SB17)

One of the three big global players for reverberations, the company Eventide introduced a eurorack modular solution for this and good delay FX on SUPERBOOTH17 with a so called Gesprächskonzert to be released here. The introducing moderation gives you an insight of the C-Base, what was already this year another stage for artists like Robert Lowe and Dieter Doepfer, again with SUPERBOOTH18 it will be our official aftershow venue. The modular furniture seen here will be available in Munich now for the DigitalAnalog, please search the web for further updates and come back next week

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Lost on earth: Gebrüder Teichmann (SB17)

Brothers Teichmann made a product presentation on Superbooth16 for a real ousider product called midilooper getting it on the radar for distributors and midi-users this way. They offered two children workshops for live electronics on Superbooth17, they have been part of a panel talking not just about the gender situation in the synthmakers scene with Alec Empire, Holly Herndon and Alissa DeRubeis and finally they played a concert on the Seaside stage, see this at the end of this video after let us talk a bit about all this inside SchneidersBuero.

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Steve H & Buchla (SB17)

On Superbooth17 there were three concerts with Buchla Synthesizers and here we will show you the one by Steve H from Los Angeles who is an experienced musician and trainer for software (!) musical instruments btw. Introducing this Patrick Detampel is giving us a short insight to the prototypes of a System 100 clone series to be coming in very shortly by Catalyst Audio. Don Buchla was “the other” old boy of Synthesizers creating “systems in progress” that was not made to be used with keyboards or to play melodies on. Steve H is doing it very good, a wonderful concert to let the sound flow thru your head and the living room laying in the sun or whereever.

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Modern Talking? (other)

Ken Macbeth was visiting us to review the very first gig with his outstanding band FucketYbUcKetY on SUPERBOOTH17. In the audience there was also Marco Haas alias shitkatapult alias T.Raumschmiere who stated out sponaneously that he will only play again on Superbooth if-then together with this guy. So I asked them both to visit me in my office to talk and we (..they) did. We had a good laugh and compared a lot of thoughts, looking forward to SUPERBOOTH18 already.

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kick me on a walnut cabinet (SB16)

Dan Snazzelle was on tour throughout europe introducing five new modules in Barcelona, Berlin, Netherlands and Czech Republic stopping over at SchneidersBuero to talk about the presentations on Superbooth. Before seeing his wonderful and charismatic Gesprächskonzert from 2016 at the end of this video, we interrupted our conversation with a little teaser for the one by Clifton Cameron in 2017 introducing the Analogue Systems Cabinet. Unfortunately this one has not been filmed from the beginning, so the concert part is missing.

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Mark Verbos & Matt Didemus live (SB17)

Mark Verbos and Matt Didemus played a performance on SUPERBOOTH17 here. Both living in Berlin now could visit me in my office for a chat yesterday where we recorded this interview. At the end of it you will see the performance Mark and Matt played live, before this we show you the brilliant Gesprächskonzert by Mark Verbos introducing his modular products to our great audience on Superbooth and to you. Please forgive us some cuts that we had to make towards dropouts and technical issues while recording, I think were getting better week by week.

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Ken MacBeths FucKeTyBucKetY (SB17)

FuckeTybUcKetY MKIIII was giving a weird performance in the concerthall on this years Superbooth. The Band around Ken Macbeth playing two of his outstanding Elements Synthesizers was known as a rumour from the internet so far, having released some very few noisy recordings.

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Klangforschung by Stroeme live (SB17)

STROEME playing live on just two Doepfer A-100 systems recorded on Superbooth 2017 is the first release of a full concert from the berlin based trade show for electronic music and instruments called superbooth. More than 50 performances and product presentations will be introduced and explained on this channel introducing the 2018 show with a release once a week from now on.

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Joker Nies & Joerg Sunderkoetter (SB17)

One of the uncounted real synth concerts and a really smart performance on SUPERBOOTH17 was the product presentation alias Gespraechskonzert for KORG in the Cinema. Jörg Sunderkötter – known as Sound&Recording’s earlier chief editor, here on the keyboards – and his studio partner Joker Nies – also an expert for circuit bending – had some problems to find on stage but then .. turn it loud and see yourselves.

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Mario Hammer (SB17)

The first real performance – officially the AKAI-Gespraechskonzert – on SUPERBOOTH17 was the introduction by >Mario Hammer and the lonely robot< for his latest record release called >je L’ai calisseé la< .. He played another gig the same afternoon on the seaside stage, but unfortunately we did not record that one. So please buy the record in a competent store to calm down or for your next aftershow event?

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Modular Kids – Workshops (SB17)

In order to make it easier for pupils, children and other adolescents to gain access to knowledge from the application of modular systems, the freelance artist Gammon from Vienna has developed a workshop for SUPERBOOTH17 for up to 18 participants. Here he comments on the results in a personal discussion with the event’s initiator.

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Surgeon live @ SchneidersLaden (WS)

In 2016 techno artist Surgeon explained his current liveset to a limited number of participaters in SchneidersLaden. Such workshop for advance users and interested guests is happening once a month in Berlin at the experts place above Kottbusser Tor.

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