Video: Bitwig Gesprächskonzert @SUPERBOOTH17

Bitwig did a Gesprächskonzert at SUPERBOOTH17 presenting the versatility an flexibility of this interesting piece of software. In this video you see their live performance with three musicians, integrating a Roland MC202 with CV and Gate and a guitar. Bitwig is already a landmark in the field of music production and live performance software.

You can experience Bitwig at their Booth H324 at SUPERBOOTH18 in May, together with almost 250 other exhibitors and dozens of concerts every day! But first enjoy the video of this improvised jam session:

 

Video: Elektron at SUPERBOOTH17

The Gesprächskonzert by Elektron features the Digitakt and Analog Heat. The more affordable and most hands on Elektron sound source – the Digitakt – was announced at Superbooth in 2017. Here you can see Dataline playing with it on the first day of the release of this versatile sampler and sound design machine. Sound design (and destruction) can also be achieved with the second product in this video – the Analog Heat. Here you can here both machines in action.

Elektron will also be at SUPERBOOTH18, where you can also see their latest product – the Digitone! You can find the Elektron Booth in the new West Wing at SUPERBOOTH18 -> Booth W110
Elektron will do another Gesprächskonzert at SUPERBOOTH18 -> Thursday 3rd of May, 5pm

 

Tiptop Audio and Konstantin Gervis @SUPERBOOTH17

Tiptop Audio product specialist and artist Konstantin Gervis played a Gesprächskonzert at SUPERBOOTH17. Konstantin is long time Tiptop Audio user and composed his live rig almost entirely with Tiptop Audio modules. The pretty complete product line with VCOs, envelopes, sequencers, effects, sample players and the mighty drum modules Tiptop offers a suitable range of modules for playing techno and most other styles of electronic music live.

In this video Konstantin explains his live rig, how it is composed, which modules he uses, explains the signal flow and why he made certain decisions about his (almost) all-Tiptop-System.

To find out more about the current line of Tiptop Audio modules come to SUPERBOOTH18 – you can find them here.

Gudrun Gut and HerrSchneider talking about Monika Werkstatt @ SUPERBOOTH18

Gudrun Gut once had a place in West Berlin, where everyone met, founded one of the first relevant women’s bands – Malaria, and has been working for years to help relax the unhealthy predominance of male DJs, artists and performers in electronic music through more female acts, which is not easy.

In this conversation between Gudrun Gut and HerrSchneider they pass SUPERBOOTH17 in review, talking about the constellation of Monika Werkstatt, the concept behind their two concerts and the life in Berlin before and after the Fall of the Berlin Wall. Monika Werkstatt is a project of female artists that perform together. For SUPERBOOTH17 they had a special and courageous concept. Each of the five performers chose an instrument from one of the exhibiting manufacturers. Without knowing the instruments, other than from the event itself, they played two improvised concerts. An excerpt of each of the concerts can be seen in this video. Monika Werkstatt will be back at SUPERBOOTH18 in May! Get your tickets here.

Please enjoy! And please learn German for the conversation part, luckily the concert parts are in the universal language of music.

 

Carolina Eyck and Eden Grey will be performing @ SUPERBOOTH18

We are delighted to announce two artists that will be playing at SUPERBOOTH18 – Carolina Eyck will be performing with her Theremin and Eden Grey with her modular synthesizer.

The Theremin concert will be performed on the Pro version of the Moog Etherwave Theremin. This model has been discontinued more than 10 years ago. It is considered to be the most professional and serious Theremin model Moog ever made. Due to the better scaling of the pitch field it is more suitable for professional Theremin playing. To improve the playability of the standard Moog Theremin Plus there is a modification available that has been developed by Thierry Frenkel. This modification is available from a shop in The Hague.

If you are willing to learn this unusual and historic electronic musical instrument, there is the Theremin Academy happening in Berlin one week after SUPERBOOTH18. Check out their website for more information.

The second announcement for today – that we are very happy about – is the return of Eden Grey to SUPERBOOTH18. The organizer of London’s famous CV FREQS modular synthesizer event already played at SUPERBOOTH17 and she is very welcome to be part of the program again. To get an impression of what to expect, we have added a small portion of her concert from SUPERBOOTH17 to this video.

 

Feld at SUPERBOOTH17

Feld were unusual, but very welcome guests at SUPERBOOTH17. Their energetic music is created in a three-part band with guitar, bass and drums. With his bass guitar, Konstatin lays the sonic foundation for the landscape of the obscure melodies created by Chrsitian with his guitar. In addition, Carlo adds a good portion of energy to the sound with his drums and contributes psychedelic sound-walls to the mix with various small sound generators and effects.  A very pleasant addition to the Superbooth program.

Enjoy this video of Feld’s live performance at SUPERBOOTH17!

Tyler Thompson for WMD @SUPERBOOTH17

WMD did a very nice Gesprächskonzert with their wide range of products at SUPERBOOTH17. Tyler Thompson from WMD is performing a hardware techno session on a modular synthesizer with the new Arpitecht and Chimera modules by WMD. A perfect example of how to use a Gesprächskonzert for the presentation of products in their natural habitat. In this way, the audience can imagine how the products can be effectively used and what they can achieve.

 

Wachtelei at Schneiders kitchen with Mouse on Mars

Herr Schneider and Herr Schneider Jr. are presenting the first cooking show by SchneidersLaden.

Jan St. Werner and Andi Toma are Mouse on Mars. They have been an influential part of the electronic music scene since the mid-90s and released several albums on different labels since that time. Their most recent releases are the E.P. Synaptics (out now) and the album Dimensional People which will be out in April. Andi and Jan like to work with digital sound generators, like apps and little gadgets – as you can also see in the SOOPERtalk 3 video from SUPERBOOTH17. In this video you will learn how to make an omelette ‘Mouse on Mars-style’ and why mice on mars smoke mysterious pipes.

Mouse on Mars: E.P. – Synaptics (out now) // L.P. – Dimensional People (out in April)

 

SOOPERtalk 1 – Flake Lorenz talking about how to become famous

“As a musician, you are already successful in the moment you start making music.” Flake Lorenz

This is one of our personal highlights in the young history of SUPERBOOTH. Flake Lorenz is the keyboard player of Rammstein, he is talking about his youth and the early years of his musical career. In the end this is the story of how to become famous in the music industry (don’t do what you are told), discovering their passion for fire and how they were able to tour the GDR. As his early Band Feeling B did. They played everywhere they could – on camping grounds, exhibition openings and open fields. Always with him on stage was his Casio SK-5 Sampling Keyboard and Flake is still searching for a remake of this special piece of hardware, because all comparable and available instruments are just too complicated to work the way they should.

Enough said. If you are curious to know why Rammstein once stood on a street in New York with bleeding wounds and nobody cared, then watch this lecture: … and yes, please learn German first!

Video: The SOOPERtalk 2 @SUPERBOOTH17

This is the panel discussion from day 2 at SUPERBOOTH17, it features some very special guests, Andi & Hannes Teichmann, Holly Herndon, Alissa DeRubeis, Alec Empire and the moderator of the evening Jens Uthoff. This SOOPERtalk was about the motivation to make music and it is trying to find out why people are becoming musicians, although this is no easy way to live your life.

On one side electronic music and club culture are mainstream – their identity-establishing media channels are in the hands of global energy drink and telecommunications companies and DJ’s and festivals are multi-million dollar business. In many top cities, such as Berlin, Club culture, serves as a marketing tool to utilize as a touristic poster child or advertisement for tourism and culture.

On the other side, there is a strong foundation in electronic music and club culture that continues through a different and alternative approach. In this musical field there is an innovative scene where development of the music and scene is influenced through its improvisational rooms, experimentation, concerts, soldering irons, synthesizers and solitary hours with music and technology.

 

What is driving people to take this artistic route? What is their motivation? How does one see the forest for the trees? What do artistic musicians mean to society, where do they see themselves and what can they give society? What space or room is left or open for new social and artistic visions? There are certainly easier ways to make money. In this discussion the possibilities should come to light with Club Culture acting as the bridge between culture and society.

Altherrenabend – SOOPERtalk 3 @SUPERBOOTH17

This cosy gathering of Moritz R, Daniel Miller, Jan St. Werner and Herr Schneider happened on the last day of SUPERBOOTH17. Moritz R. is a member of the Neue Deutsche Welle Band “Der Plan” and a painter who designed some early album covers for Depeche Mode, his favourite synth was served here by Christian Günther alias CG in a very modified version. Daniel Miller created Mute Records and brought bands like Depeche Mode to success. Daniel is still working with Mute Records in the current scenery of electronic music. His favourite synth was brought to us by Panic Girl who played a gig on the same stage after the Altherrenabend. Jan St. Werner is one half of Mouse on Mars, he was introducing his favourite synth of the day that he had found on Superbooth at the Bastl stand and brought on stage here. HerrSchneider has organized the SUPERBOOTH17 – this was the last evening – and is trying to moderate it in between these personalities here, listen yourselves.

Skinnerbox performing @SUPERBOOTH17 – Gesprächskonzert for Endorphin.es

The Endorphin.es Gesprächskonzert by Skinnerbox shows how easy and effective an Endorphin.es Shuttle System can be used on stage and what makes it special. “Playing live electronic music should be fun”, therefor the auto-tuning functionality of the Shuttle System by Endorphin.es is a very welcomed feature that Endorphin.es recently also released as a standalone module – the Autopilot. The Skinnerbox performance can be seen as one of the more intense Gesprächskonzerte at SUPERBOOTH17.

 

Herman Gillis with his legendary Sherman Filterbank at SUPERBOOTH17

At SUPERBOOTH17 we were given a rare honour: Herman Gillis demonstrated his legendary Sherman Filterbank at SUPERBOOTH17. In 1996, the first prototypes of the Sherman Filterbank came out, the official website states:

“The first Filterbanks that were marketed in 1996 were hand-built, and only 40 pieces were made. These prototypes did not have MIDI. At the same time, the designer Herman Gillis also made 9 Sherman CHAOSBANKS. After a lot of people asked for more Filterbanks and Chaosbanks, Herman decided to update the prototype model of the Filterbank with MIDI and at that time, he added even more features to the box. This is how he came to the one and only MIDI Sherman Filterbank. In 1997, about 500 Sherman Filterbanks were sold, merely in the United Kingdom (London), Belgium, Japan and the Netherlands.” – today there are several versions of the Filterbank 2 available. During this Gesprächskonzert Mr Gillis plays a Sherman Dual Filterbank 2.
His latest release is an even smaller desktop version of it called the Sherman Filterbank 2 compact available from stock in shops all over europe.

 

SUPERBOOTH18 discounted ticket sale ends at 31December!

The year 2017 is coming to an end and with it the SUPERBOOTH18 discounted ticket sale on December 31 2017. Make sure to get your discounted tickets until the end of the year. In just a little more than four months the third Superbooth will happen at FEZ-Berlin, so the preparations are already in full swing. You can expect even more exhibitors and an expanded supporting program. This time from May 3rd until May 5th, 2018. Exhibitors, artists and guests have created this special welcoming and friendly atmosphere that makes Superbooth the incredible event it has been since the beginning. Superbooth lives from passionate people on all levels. We are constantly working on preserving this atmosphere while the event is growing. In the present stage, more than 80 % of the exhibitors from this year have already booked again for 2018. In addition, there will be many new and interesting exhibitors from different parts of the industry.

For everyone who did not attend or who wants to watch the Gesprächskonzerte or performances again should visit the SUPERBOOTH17 video page on Stromkult. There are constantly videos from SUPERBOOTH17 being released. Some rare moments can be found there, for example Mr Ken Macbeth performing with his band FucKeTyBucKetY – might be one of the most intense concerts any trade show has ever seen. One of the most watched videos so far is the incredible performance by Ströme who did a concert for Doepfer. You can find the videos here.

 

Get your tickets here.

 

We wish you all the best for the year 2018.

SchneidersLaden presents: SUPERBOOTH18
May 03 – 05, 2018 / FEZ Berlin, Straße zum FEZ 2, 12459 Berlin-Wuhlheide

MFB Gesprächskonzert @SUPERBOOTH17

Gesprächskonzerte are supposed to be product presentations with a concert part that fills at least half of the time. MFB did a very nice job at SUPERBOOTH17, they presented their new products in a very danceable fashion. The Gesprächskonzert showed the new Dominion Club, Nanozwerg Pro, Digital Delay and their well-known drum machines. The whole performance is done entirely with MFB products and shows the wide palette of products they offer these days.

 

 

About André Gonçalves alias ADDAC @SUPERBOOTH17

SUPERBOOTH is not only about technical aspects of new instruments, it is also about meeting the people behind the brand names. In this video you are getting an insight into André Gonçalves artist career before he started ADDAC and developed an impressive line of modules. He is a good example for many of the module makers that will be present at SUPERBOOTH18 again – many of them are artists and started their companies as an expression of their creative characters. This is the driving force behind the ever evolving inovations that are achieved in the wide field of electronic music.

At the same time this video shows you why we did not just release all the recordings we had from SUPERBOOTH17 without reviewing them. There are two mistakes in here from our beloved video team that can easily be found: Because of the second one we would like to invite you meeting André Gonçalves ailas ADDAC on SUPERBOOTH18 introducing his wide range of eurorack modulars that are available already and quite beautiful!

 

Gino Robair and Tom Djll @Schneidersbuero talking about stagediving at SUPERBOOTH18 and Rammstein

Gino Robair and Tom Djll, both from San Francisco and Members of “Große Abfahrt” and plenty of other famous music groups and projects came over to Schneidersbuero in between a gig at Glasgow Improviser Orchestra with their Tender Buttons project and another one in Berlin at Spektrum. The two and Herr Schneider talked about SUPERBOOTH18, rooms, artists, options and news. Gino was already playing a smart gig on the Seaside Stage this year but unfortunately this has not been recorded, so now we are very much looking forward to see them stagediving on the upcoming SUPERBOOTH18 in the Konzertsaal1 as promised (!) to let you see this on this channel, too. The last part of this video shows you a short part of a concert by the Tender Buttons project.

 

Jürgen Michaelis of Jomox @ Schneidersbüro

 

Juergen Michaelis – the head of JoMoX Berlin – giving insights of the history with HerrSchneider once entering the world of synths and drummachines roundabout 20 years ago to help Jürgen as a sales rep, after they met each other in a totally different world. Introducing the wonderful concert of Panic Girl and Jericho on Superbooth17 and showing the gig of Juergen himself with his AKASHA synth on Superbooth16.

And also – the live introduction of the ALPHA BASE by the inventor himself, is showing the fun he has with his own baby – it is passion. Jürgen Michaelis is building the famous Jomox drum machines for almost twenty years. The Alpha Base came out this year and it is the most advanced drum machine built by Jomox so far. The almighty kick drum is once again the backbone of this instrument and it is supplemented with the analog percussion voice you might know from the M.Brane machines Jomox is building. With the additional sample based instruments and a FM synthesizer bult into the Alpha Base, this is a pretty complete machine that will find lots of use in studios and on stages around the world.

 

Video: Darrin Wiener @SchneidersBuero

Herr Schneider invited a special guest to talk about SUPERBOOTH17 and electronic musical instruments. This is Darrin Wiener presenting the eurorack Serge modules from Random*Source. After realising that his Gesprächskonzert at SUPERBOOTH17 was missing the concert part, we decided to catch up on it with this video. In the end there was a lot of talking again – about bananas, marimbas, scales and delays. But there was also some funky music played and Herr Schneider danced!. The Serge modules showed their potential as drum and percussive voices and a broken toilet was discovered in the end. Curious?

 

Schneider TM and Herr Schneider @Schneidersbuero talking about SUPERBOOTH17

Schneider TM is an experimental solo project by Dirk Dresselhaus dedicated to electric and electronic music. He used to play and sing in indie rock/noiserock and pop bands. From 1997 onwards Schneider TM became more involved in electronic music and started the project Schneider TM, with which he was responsible for some experimental electro-freakpop albums and indie hits. Schneider TM is one of the inventors of the music genre Indietronic or Indietronica.

He likes to play with field recordings and once had an uncanny but ultimately good encounter with an F16 jet. He is currently working on a project called Die Angel, together with Ilpo Väisänen. Their latest video is also part of this issue of @Schneidersbuero präsentiert, s well as a short part of the Monika Werkstatt concert at SUPERBOOTH17.

SUPERBOOTH18 // Tickets now available!

Next year, the world’s largest trade fair for electronic musical instruments and music production will be strengthened even more by a growing scene and new innovations. To accommodate all the creative minds drawn to the event, Superbooth 2018 has expanded the exhibition area and is expecting more than 5000 visitors in 2018. Ticket sale has already started on 1st November on superbooth.com.

 
More than 80% of this year’s exhibitors already confirmed their participation for 2018. In addition there will be many new manufacturers attending SUPERBOOTH for the first time next year. Due to limited space, not all interested exhibitors could be accommodated this year. That is why there will be new exhibition space in the Westflügel of the FEZ Berlin in 2018.

 
The fair is strongly focused on the modular synthesizer. A few years ago, only few people knew about this kind of instrument, although it has been shaping the music world since the 1960s. Today, the modular synthesizer conquers the internet, festivals and stages of the world. At SUPERBOOTH Berlin, visitors can gather their own experiences and exchange thoughts with the manufacturers and developers of these amazing devices.

 
SUPERBOOTH18 continues to work on making a new generation of musicians familiar with electronic musical instruments. Gammon already introduced young people to the modular synthesizer during this year’s event. He is currently touring Europe with his series of workshops, where more and more traditional musicians are learning how to use this both traditional and ultra-modern instrument.

 
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SchneidersLaden presents: SUPERBOOTH18
03. – 05. May 2018
FEZ Berlin, Straße zum FEZ 2, 12459 Berlin
For additional information and a regularly updated list of exhibitors please visit superbooth.com.

Ondomo Gesprächskonzert at SUPERBOOTH17

This week we have the Gesprächskonzert by Ondomo for you, a very nice overview and performance. The Ondomo is a unique instrument originally invented in France in the late 1920s. It was known under the name ‘Ondes-Martenot’ and invented by Maurice Martenot. Ondomo is the reincarnation of this instrument.

It features a timbre section that is played by the left hand, as well as the volume. The right hand either plays the keyboard with its physical capability for performing vibrato, or by sliding a metal ring worn on your finger in front of the keyboard. The position of the ring determines the pitch. This method of playing makes it possible to create continuous, sweeping sounds reminiscent of the sound of a Theremin.

The limited run of 100 instruments which inventor Naoyuki Omo has committed to build has already been depleted. But there are plans to build another batch. For more information please visit their website or subscribe to the official Ondomo Newsletter.

Eventide @SUPERBOOTH17

Eventide presented a prototype of a eurorack delay at SUPERBOOTH17. Scince then it hasn’t been seen in the wild but we are looking forward to what promises to be superb eurorack effects modules. The Eventide Gesprächskonzert can be watched below. The video features some words about the C-Base in Berlin, the Karusell-Synthesizer by Schneidersbuero and SUPERBOOTH18. The introductory part gives you an insight of the C-Base, what has already been another a stage for artists like Robert Aiki Lowe and Dieter Doepfer this year, and will be again with SUPERBOOTH18 – as our official aftershow venue. The modular furniture (Karussel) seen here will be available in Munich now for the DigitalAnalog Festival, please search the web for further updates and come back next week.

 

New 100 series available and Steve H with his Buchla at SUPERBOOTH17

catalyst_audio_-_model_158There are some synthesizers in the history of electronic music that are surrounded by a special mystic aura. One of them is the 100 series – The original San Francisco Tape Music Centers modular synthesizer, originally commissioned by Morton Subotnick and Ramon Sender.

Many artists within the modular community have always been fascinated by the 100 series modules. The hidden secret of the west coast, but no less revolutionary than their east coast contemporaries, the 100 series modules have always been appealing due to their pedigree, scarcity, aesthetic, and avant-garde beginnings. Now they have been recreated from the ground up – by Catalyst Audio. They worked on the circuits for nearly a year and built countless prototypes and revisions to create eurorack versions of modules that promising to be true members of the 100 series. All circuits are (from a technical perspective) identical to the original modules an they have been directly A/B tested/compared, both electronically and by ear, with the original San Francisco Tape Music Center system (currently located at Mills college, Oakland CA).

These recreation of one of the most iconic modular synthesizers make it possible to experience patching and working with what are some of the rarest and previously unobtainable synthesizers. While no recreation, no matter how accurate, will ever capture all the mystique of the originals it honors and celebrates the memory of their creator.

Soon there will be six modules available:

Model 158 Dual Sine-Sawtooth Generator

Model 180 Dual Attack Generator

Model 106 6-Channel Mixer

Model 110 Quad Gate

Model 156V CV Processor

Model 156M CV Processor

After the 100 series there have been a lot more advanced and function wise more dense developments by Don Buchla. One of these is a legendary synthesizer with a touch plate interface – the Music Easel. First released in 1973 the Music Easel followed a concept that is more and more seen today again – it focused on portability and was therefore built into a suitcase. Steve H performed on a Music Easel at SUPERBOOTH17. He is a experimental musician, composer and musical adventurer and known for his soundtracks, songs and scores for TV, film and games. Watch his quadrophonic performance here:

 

 

SNAZZY FX at SCHNEIDERSBUERO and SUPERBOOTH

Here and now, as promised the video with Dan “Danny” Snazelle aka SNAZZY FX. 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. In this talk the themes are: the new modules, Dan’s possible move (You are very welcome to move to Berlin Dan!) and the beauty of classic synthesizer schematics.

Also included is the beautiful looking and sounding – and often overlooked Analogue Systems modular system. There is a little teaser featured in this video by Clifton Cameron at SUPERBOOTH17 introducing the Analogue Systems Cabinet.

Mark Verbos and Matt Didemus live at SUPERBOOTH17

Here is what Herr Schneider has to say:

“Mark Verbos and Matt Didemus played a performance on SUPERBOOTH17 that is published today. 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. 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.

Verbos-WEBPlease be aware of Mark playing live this weekend in Barcelona on the Modular Day BCN. Also for September, 9th and 10th american friends of synths could visit the Knobcon #6 happening in Chicago with Tom Oberheim stepping in. October 14th/15th, we will meet up in New York for the Machines in Music again.”

 

 

Watch the video:

Additional space for SUPERBOOTH18 – 03 – 05. May 2018 at FEZ Berlin

SUPERBOOTH has developed into one of the most interesting musical instrument trade fairs in Europe in a very short period of time, with more than 5000 visitors and 170 exhibitors, SUPERBOOTH17 has been a great success and was very well received by the media. However, these figures are expected to be significantly exceeded in 2018. The demand for exhibition space has always outstripped supply, so that SUPERBOOTH has been able to expand steadily and will again offer more exhibition space in 2018. The additional space is already occupied in large parts with those applications that could not be considered this year. Manufacturers who want to be part of SUPERBOOTH18 should therefore apply for exhibition space as soon as possible.

Foto ∏ Angela Krîll_4219953With this extra room it is possible to expand the range of product categories shown at SUPERBOOTH18 for an even more complete experience. Because of the great success in 2017 the organizers have decided to return to FEZ Berlin in 2018 and develop the event in the same venue. The unique design of the FEZ building, the outside-area, the exhibitor areas, studios, workshop rooms and food court provide an excellent basis for SUPERBOOTH18 and they are spread barrier-free over three floors. The visitors get the chance to meet a large number of exhibitors from all over the world right here in Berlin. In addition to the exhibition stands, there will be around 30 daily concerts and live performances, workshops and talks taking place again.

The very well received show program of this years SUPERBOOTH17 has been recorded and edited in the past weeks. Selected concerts and performances will be released online within the next months. This is a nice opportunity for everyone who hasn’t been able to see the show program of SUPERBOOTH17.

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The fair is characterised by its incomparable atmosphere, an energetic mixture of fair and cultural event, which inspires both visitors and exhibitors alike. Even during the special opening hours for trade visitors, this atmosphere has a positive impact and sets SUPERBOOTH apart from other trade fairs. Tickets and hotel recommendations are on sale in advance in November, which means SUPERBOOTH18 is approaching and planning is already in full swing.

 

 

 

SUPERBOOTH has been a quite big event in 2017 and it will be expanding in 2018, so we are working on a better posting system to avoid:

…sorry again Nick!

Ken Macbeth and FuckeTybUcKetY live at SUPERBOOTH17

FuckeTybUcKetY MKIIII was giving a remarkable 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.

 

Make sure to watch the whole thing!

 

Ströme live at SUPERBOOTH17 for Doepfer Klangforschung

STRÖME playing live on two Doepfer A-100 systems recorded on Superbooth 2017. This is a live concert to show the sonic possibilities of Doepfer based modular systems. The well received concert was one of many highlights from this years SUPERBOOTH.

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This 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.

Mario Hammer @SUPERBOOTH17

During SUPERBOOTH17 we recorded a lot of great concerts and Performances. From now on once a week we release one of them on the web shown here and on SchneidersBuero at least.

Mario Hammer, who made the very first so called Gesprächskonzert for AKAI, that was the official release of AKAIs new sampler and same time the release of his new record „Je l’ai caliseé la“ as „Mario Hammer and the lonely robot„. .. is online now. More to follow asap ..

KORG Performance @ SUPERBOOTH17

One of the uncounted real synth concerts and a really smart performance on SUPERBOOTH17 was the Gespraechskonzert  for Korg and Arp in the Cinema (open this link to find their complete 2016-performance, too).
Jörg Sunderkötter – Sound&Recording’s earlier chief editor, on keyboards – and his studio partner Joker Nies – an expert for circuit bending – had some problems to find on stage but then it became like this .. turn it on to listen yourselves, please.

ABOUT STROMKULT


STROMKULT is our platform for updates and news on SCHNEIDERSLADEN and SUPERBOOTH, selected electronic musical instruments and events related to modular synthesizers, sequencers, competent drum machines, analog modular systems, midi tools, controllers, converters and related products of all kinds. You can find all kinds of events related to these topic in our EVENT CALENDAR. Also on this site you will find lots of videos from SUPERBOOTH – the world’s largest trade fair for electronic musical instruments, news about events and workshops at SCHNEIDERSLADEN.

Herr Schneider started in 1999 with SCHNEIDERSBUERO as a sales and marketing platform for the smallest manufacturers and inventors of electronic musical instruments. Products were shown online, in our showrooms and at the original SUPERBOOTH – workshops and countless reviews have been featured in magazines all over Europe.

These very special instruments and tools are now often available from specialist dealers all over Europe and can be purchased directly from our webshop SCHNEIDERSLADEN worldwide.