[sdiy] Fwd: Minimoog Research Seminar Announcement
brianw at audiobanshee.com
Mon Apr 19 01:00:42 CEST 2021
Was this archived in any way?
I did a poor job of preparing, with only a vague calendar entry and no link. I didn't even look at my calendar until five minutes after the Zoom was over anyway. I realize that it's highly technical, but is there a way to view the Zoom video again?
On Apr 18, 2021, at 15:53, Michael E Caloroso wrote:
> Thanks for sharing. That was a very interesting presentation.
> On 4/4/21, Jimmy Moore wrote:
>> Forwarding this here in case this would interest anyone.
>> ---------- Forwarded message ---------
>> From: Ben Luce <ben at emeapp.org <mailto:ben at emeapp.org>>
>> Date: Sat, Apr 3, 2021 at 11:48 AM
>> EMEAPP invites members to attend a seminar discussing the results of our
>> Minimoog Research Project
>> View this email in your browser
>> <https://mailchi.mp/9406d94537ba/minimoog-research-seminar-announcement?e=8ea2eddfeb <https://mailchi.mp/9406d94537ba/minimoog-research-seminar-announcement?e=8ea2eddfeb>>
>> [image: Logo]
>> EMEAPP Institute Seminar Announcement:
>> Minimoog Research Project Seminar No. 1
>> Dear Jimmy,
>> The EMEAPP Institute for Electronic Music Research hereby announces the
>> release of initial results from our Minimoog Research Project, and invites
>> EMEAPP members to the following seminar:
>> *Seminar Name: Minimoog Research Seminar No. 1*
>> *Date:* Sunday, April 18, 2021
>> *Time:* 2 pm Eastern Daylight Time; 7 pm London; 8 pm Berlin/Rome; 11 am
>> Los Angeles; 1 pm Houston.
>> *Description: *This will be the first in a series of occasional seminars to
>> present and discuss the results of our Minimoog Research Project
>> <https://emeapp.us7.list-manage.com/track/click?u=ac5e47ef6591d1ce18f810266&id=8c3387049d&e=8ea2eddfeb <https://emeapp.us7.list-manage.com/track/click?u=ac5e47ef6591d1ce18f810266&id=8c3387049d&e=8ea2eddfeb>>,
>> and to field questions and garner feedback from attendees. An (brief)
>> introductory tour of the project and results to date will be presented by
>> Ben Luce, followed by commentary and open discussion with project
>> participants (see list below). *Besides the project introduction, the
>> primary topics to be addressed at this seminar will include the distortion
>> characteristics of the Minimoog’s VCA and VCF. *To learn more about this
>> project and its results to date, which attendees may want to look over
>> before the seminar, please visit the links listed below (one must be logged
>> into EMEAPP’s site as a member to view these):
>> *Links to Project Articles & Videos:*
>> Project Overview
>> <https://emeapp.us7.list-manage.com/track/click?u=ac5e47ef6591d1ce18f810266&id=45e0dfa3c7&e=8ea2eddfeb <https://emeapp.us7.list-manage.com/track/click?u=ac5e47ef6591d1ce18f810266&id=45e0dfa3c7&e=8ea2eddfeb>>
>> Project Summary Listing (Concise list of articles and videos
>> <https://emeapp.us7.list-manage.com/track/click?u=ac5e47ef6591d1ce18f810266&id=8197bd06f3&e=8ea2eddfeb <https://emeapp.us7.list-manage.com/track/click?u=ac5e47ef6591d1ce18f810266&id=8197bd06f3&e=8ea2eddfeb>>)
>> *Note: *This project is an in-depth study of the Minimoog’s circuitry and
>> the sonic attributes of the sound the circuitry produces. The presentation
>> content is accordingly highly technical in nature.
>> *Presenters: *Project Team members participating in the seminar will
>> *Dr. Ben Luce: *Director, EMEAPP Institute. Professor of Physics,
>> specialist in nonlinear systems analysis.
>> *Dr. Thomas L. Rhea, *Electronic Music Historian, former Marketing
>> Director at Moog Music Inc.
>> *Jim Scott: *Former engineer at both R.A. Moog Inc. and Moog Music Inc.
>> Original project leader for the Minimoog’s development at R.A. Moog Inc.
>> *Timothy Warneck: *Electronics Engineer, Synthesizer Restorationist,
>> founder of RetroLinear Inc., EMEAPP restorationist.
>> *How to Register:* *This will be held by Zoom. To register, please click on
>> the registration button below.* *Once we manually approve you a link -
>> usable only by you - will be sent to your email. *Please be advised that
>> our Zoom capacity has a limit of 300 persons. We don’t expect to reach that
>> limit, but if we do, you may receive an email informing you that we have
>> reached capacity. In that event we will reserve a space for you in the next
>> seminar. (We intend to host a repeat event if there is a sufficient
>> If you have any technical issues or questions about registration, please
>> send a note to info.research at emeapp.org. And thank you in advance for your
>> patience in advance should any issues arise—this is our first attempt to
>> use the Zoom registration system.
>> We look forward to discussing the amazing Minimoog Synthesizer with all
>> those who attend!
>> Best wishes,
>> Ben Luce, Director, EMEAPP Institute for Electronic Music Research
>> *Copyright (C) 2021 EMEAPP (Electronic Music Education And Preservation
>> Project). All rights reserved.*
>> EMEAPP (Electronic Music Education And Preservation Project)
>> PO Box 534
>> Harleysville, PA 19438-0534
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