02 October 2017 | 18:00

Berlin Modular Presents: A night with Todd Barton

  • Start time: 18:00
  • Entrance: free

Berlin Modular is proud to welcome:

Todd Barton is a composer, sound designer, multimedia performer, and analog synthesist specializing in Buchla, Serge and Hordijk modular systems.

After four decades of exploration Barton is still delving deeply into the ever-expanding frontiers of musical expression: from his DNA derived Genome Music to his innovative scores for plays at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival; from performances of Zen shakuhachi meditation music to avant-garde music for electronic synthesizers and computers; from performing with luminaries of jazz and poetry to lecturing on music and composition from the Middle Ages to the 21st Century. He gives Skype lessons and consultations in analog synthesis worldwide and is currently a trainer for MacProVideo.com. Todd is fascinated and obsessed with exploring sound and its infinite manifestations.

His talk will focus on his Aleph Patch https://youtu.be/eIFmWM9t5fU.

Todd's performance will be a live improvisation which “Follows the Sound” of a R*S Serge System.