Tatsuya Takahashi, Chris Hohnerlein and Max Rest discussed the what, why and how of a unique instrument in their public lecture as part of RBMA Berlin 2018. #RBMA20 #convolution #synthesis
1:09 - How Max and Christoph met
3:02 - What is the Granular Convolver?
16:05 - SuperCollider
22:09 - What is convolution?
46:35 - Hacking the Granular Convolver
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Red Bull Music Academy in Berlin, Tatsuya Takahashi, Christoph Hohnerlein and Maximilian Rest collaborated on a brand new musical device, the Granular Convolver, which was given to each of the participants attending the Academy. As Korg’s former chief engineer, Takahashi has been responsible for some of their most exciting products in recent years, including the Monotron, Minilogue and Volca series. Hohnerlein is a DSP engineer specializing in the field of auditory perception, while Rest is the co-founder of E-RM Erfindungsbüro, a Berlin-based hardware manufacturer specializing in high-quality MIDI sync devices. In 2017, Rest and Takahashi first collaborated on a synthesizer project for Ryoji Ikeda’s [A For 100 Cars] as part of Red Bull Music Festival Los Angeles 2017.
Red Bull Music Academy is the educational pillar of the Red Bull Music program. It is a global institution that for 20 years has been committed to fostering creativity in music by collaborating with those who are shaping our musical landscape and creating spaces for music makers to learn and immerse themselves.
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