This post was originally published at synthtopia.com
In our series of interviews looking at The Art Of Synthesizer Design, we’ve previously featured Tom Oberheim, a pioneer who helped define expectations for analog synthesis; and Axel Hartmann, who has shaped the industrial design of synthesizers for the last three decades.
Looking into the future, new types of synthesis can require entirely new approaches to interacting with sound. An example of this is Google’s NSynth project.
Author : Ludwig Van Beethoven