Synthesizer pioneer Malcolm Cecil and Floating Points in conversation with Moog Engineer, Cyril Lance. Analog synthesizers contain a unique characteristic: thousands of individual electronic components–each with their own particular tolerances and behaviors–working in combination to create the unique personality of that particular instrument. Each artist also has their own unique creative soul – a particular chemistry, personality, artistic intent and vision – that they express through a chosen technology.
Join us as we explore how one discovers a new electronic instrument, develops a relationship with both their sound and their physical interfaces, and the history of how that symbioses evolves.
Please bear in mind that ADE Sound Lab tickets receive priority access. In case there are still a few seats available ten minutes before the session, we will open the doors for ADE Card holders.