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Synths and Robots

Submitted by on July 25, 2009 – 7:52 pm No Comment

Picture this: You’ve got robots that are modules in a self-aware modular synth. They start patching themselves together, crafting sound and rhythm, and they work themselves into such a lather that the entire system explodes. Pieces are flying everywhere, and all you can think of is:

Why didn’t I write down that patch ?!

The video below, called “Voltage”, was created by Filippe Lyra, William Paiva, Marcio Vieira, Felipe Soares, Leo D., Tony Farias and Natalia Franca. Brilliant.

I for one welcome our new synth-robot overlords.

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