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Your favorite Buchla / Serge Youtube channels?
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Author Your favorite Buchla / Serge Youtube channels?
hermbot
One of the most relaxing parts of my day is when I can flop down with the ipad after finally getting the kids to bed. Usually my first stop is Youtube.

Seeing Todd Barton's videos are always a highlight for me, but I'm having trouble finding more Buchla content. Serge is even harder to come by. Are there any channels that you all would recommend?
vgermuse
Thanks for checking out my channel, glad it is of use and delight.

Here's just the beginning, I only had a few minutes so sorry for probably leaving out a few important channels. I'll add to it and others can add...

Serge

Doug Lynner
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1LRX1I9fcTFivM19tr_FZA

Phisynth
https://www.youtube.com/user/Phisynth


Buchla

Lyonel Bauchet
https://www.youtube.com/user/LyonelB

Doug Clauder
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuWPyB0JEXfpSw0WKGc5Udg

7thDanSound
https://www.youtube.com/user/7thDanSound/videos


Buchla & Serge

Djangosfire
https://www.youtube.com/user/djangosfire


Batchas
https://www.youtube.com/user/batchas

w00t
muncky
Rastko has made some amazing amazing Serge music - this is one of my faves:
https://vimeo.com/19058233

And this is my al time fave Serge vid - tho only one Serge piece I think:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Ht6Cj6qgyIM
chrisdermo
Good thread,
+1 for Batchas and Phisynth!

Gonna check out the rest of your recommendations vgermuse Mr. Green
Michael Tiemann
Here's my "Buchla Fun" playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Bi16Ko7dFM&list=PLtCJ4QtXPfAInCYvRxlA uWtKTwrVn0ZrN

It's a mix of tutorial videos and performances (some in VR).
cptnal
Supremely spooky coincidence. I came to this subforum, which I never normally visit, for exactly the same reason after discovering Doug Lynner's channel. I was getting tired of the endless cycle of shiny new must-have module demos in Euroland and wanted something that focused more on technique. Mr Lynner has that in spades and I'm looking forward to transposing some of them onto my own system, and checking out some of the other recommendations here.

And for much the same reason I'm loving your channel too, hermbot. thumbs up
gruvsyco
Instagram has become my go-to for synth porn. The videos are only 1 minute but my ADD loves that.

Kristian Westergaard is one I don't think I've seen above.

Not sure of his "legit" name but
Oxix52 is pretty good (I keep hoping to see the module he bought from me in a video).

I follow an amazing amount of people on Instagram though. You can now follow hashtags so I think I have a SergeModular or SergeSynthesizer and a couple of Buchla ones.

*edit*
BTW, Todd seems to know everyone on Instagram. Every time I make a new discovery I see "Todd Barton likes this" at the base of the photo. Not even kidding.
Oxix52
gruvsyco wrote:
(I keep hoping to see the module he bought from me in a video).


hihi It's at the very beginning of my latest video on my YouTube channel. It is the source for the noise pattern that plays through the piece. I love that module.
gruvsyco
Oxix52 wrote:
gruvsyco wrote:
(I keep hoping to see the module he bought from me in a video).


hihi It's at the very beginning of my latest video on my YouTube channel. It is the source for the noise pattern that plays through the piece. I love that module.


Even funnier is that I've watched that video. oops lol thumbs up
meatcliff


Some great videos from SteveH.

I've used audio ripped from SteveH & Oxix52 vids in dj sets smile
The Junglechrist
It is also quite fun that i watch more Buchla and Serge videos for patch inspirations when i only own eurorack stuff. I find those more "technicly valuable".
So even tho i know most of those channels i 'll dig deeper into it, thanks for sharing guys !
mirf59
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For background music at work that facilitates thinking and relaxing and being productive, my go-to guys are:

1. Oxix52
2. Lyonel Bauchet

They compose cohesive music using many of the conventional elements of music: rhythm, harmony, melody, structure. Alessandro Cortini is also good along these lines.

You have to check out the Soundcloud, which has more tracks typically than the Youtube channel.

When I want to check out what people are cooking up on their systems, then I go to what I think of as the "mad scientist" types, which include:

+ Djangosfire
+ Todd Barton
+ Dougcl
+ batchas

There are other guys as well in the constellation, but the above are the core posse.

Hope this helps.

Brian

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gruvsyco
MusicalFungus is another good one
gruvsyco
Maria Teriaeva https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCeojWnvK63bGbLC-JjlACqQ
Caterina Barbieri https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCi1NF-IclgS0dK9COPSXksg
hermbot
Thanks, gruvsyco and everyone else that had suggestions - I went through and subscribed to every channel mentioned in this thread.

And special thanks to vgermuse, first for all the recommendations and second for all the great stuff you do. I'm a very big fan.

Also, thanks for the kind words cptnal on my own channel. Mr. Green

You're all delightful people.
mirf59
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I feel like I would be remiss not to give a shout out to some others whose Buchla work I enjoy. I'm not going to remember everyone, but here are a few more:

+ Leoespejo. Very deep and thoughtful and technical work he does.
+ Missingtwin. Yes, I am sitting on some awesomness from this cat.
+ eldancer This guy's shit is creme de la creme, but he's usually off the radar.

Brian

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ritchiedrums
I really like these from ozashikiTECHNO!!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j4ahCFoO3Bc&list=PL5jJ5o7my3Z9s5xJ2aKQ LT18JS8F5pey_
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