Thursday, July 13, 2006

Russian Early Electronics

The ANS was an extraordinary musical synthesiser created by Russian scientist Evgeny Murzin, one of the first ever built, which allowed the musicians to make their music by drawing "notes" on a particular glass disc: then, the machine would transform the figures drawn into sounds, and perform them as a sequencer (but I really don't know how...). Electroshock has decided to celebrate this fantastic instrument with a compilation, featuring compositions by some musicians who have used the ANS, and composed just in the period 1964-1971



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