"You stick to computers son, I'll stick with music"
I don't need to attriburte the quote. I was actively discouraged from doing what I do by my Family my Friends and the Education system. I was singled out in choir practice (a compulosory class in catholic school) and sent to the back of the class to do my homework because I could not sing ( he could have sent me to the piano).
The Women's Audio Archive is an amazing collection of personal recordings of private conversations, seminars, talks and + that Polish-born, London based artist @screened_out carefully compiled from 1985-1990. Podcast: https://t.co/pcOahQTtsu The WAA: https://t.co/wo2lnrStbs pic.twitter.com/x0s4Ew92tW— Ràdio Web MACBA (@Radio_Web_MACBA) July 30, 2020
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"To make our new utopia efficient, clean and viable, it is necessary to harbour a culture that is experimental in a fundamental sense."
For those of us not ready to jump into Eurorack, there's always the virtual option. (Personally I'd love to have some kind of system that had both).
VCVRack is free open source and an amaxzing amount of plugins. It doesn't have to be the best ot be the one thatt everything else will be comapred to.
In this regard I would guess that Softube would offer a better sound with libereral use of oversampling and accurate emulations for a premium price. No third party developers but top noth patchers like Buchla.