Gijs Gieskes beautiful spinning photoelectronic acid machine

The first few minutes of this great clip are a bit warble-warble blah-blah, but about 2 minutes in it kicks off into crazy acid noise. Full details of the box are on Gijs' site, including a PHP tool to design and print spinning disks according to the frequencies you've chosen. Love the highres pics of the box, complete with a hand-drawn, hand-etched circuit board...


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i was watching this video while listening to hype.fm and it was pretty cool how well the sounds of this device fit in with contemporary electro. cool!
 
Wow! another stunning beautiful creation. Have you seen his camera sequencer? It just blows me away.

http://gieskes.nl/visual-equipment/?file=cam_seq_1
 
Step 1: Deride chiptunes in defense of Timbaland.

Step 2: Hey, check out this website full of chiptunes!!
 
Step 3: Watch total morons spew abject stupidity in comments thread.
 
ok then

ive got a blog and im super cool, and i make fun of people with comments because im awesome, fuck yeh

bow down, bitches!
 
speaking of spinning things, you should see this

http://tv.repubblica.it/copertina/una-lanterna-magica-in-3d/25186?video

paolo
 
Wow, the Casio SK-1 was my very first sampling synth I owned. As for the Gieskes device: simply stunning!
 
I was lucky to play with the sequencer once... the spinning disc is even cooler in real life! As for gieskes himself, really friendly guy...
 
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