Sculpting Electricity with Landscape FM Noon



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A deep dive into the Noon passive analog drum synth, designed by Landscape FM and Mystic Circuits. This video provides an in-depth walkthrough of Noon and how it works, along with a number of demos and patch examples of Noon in combination with hardware sequencers / touch controllers, Eurorack modular synths, acoustic instruments, and effects pedals. We’ll also go over what “passive” means and how a passive synth like Noon works.

To learn more about / buy a Noon:
https://www.landscape.fm/noon

Other links mentioned in this video (affiliate links help support my channel at no cost to you—thank you!):

Doepfer A-119 External Input / Envelope Follower: https://link.perfectcircuit.com/t/v1/S0BERUlFSUBFSEZMREZATEpITA?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.perfectcircuit.com%2Fdoepfer-a119.html

Reminded by the Instruments: David Tudor's Music (by You Nakai): https://amzn.to/3V804gz

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TIMESTAMPS:

00:00 Intro
1:35 What’s a “Passive” Synth?
6:20 Noon Overview
18:20 Noon + 0-Ctrl
20:53 Noon + Eurorack
22:23 Noon as Melodic Synth
27:35 Noon and External FX
29:58 Noon and External Audio Input
35:15 Noon and MIGSI
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