In the fall of 2016 I was approached by Markus Völter to do an interview on synthesizers for his Omega Tau PodCast station. The PodCast shows normally contain in-depth interviews on science and technology, but for this interview we stretched it all the way from science to art. We took an entire morning and part of the afternoon in my studio to talk and play examples on different instruments. Markus even turned our vocoding efforts into an Omega Tau jingle!
You can listen to the complete interview here: http://omegataupodcast.net/237-synthesizers/
But there’s more! As a former scientist I really admire how Omega Tau makes these long in-depth topics accessible in a pleasant way to a wide audience. It is driven by sheer enthusiasm for the topics on show, and many unpaid hours are put into it. I’d like to support that, so I decided to give away one free Eurorack module: one River Crux dual VCA + free shipping to anywhere in the world. A winner will be randomly drawn from those of you who listen to the interview and answer the following question:
“What type of MiniMoog does Rutger have in his studio?”
Send your answer to me before june 1st
(close friends and relatives excluded from participation 🙂 ).