Demo Of Stereo Field Touch Plate Synthesizer
In this video from Andrew Huang, we get a demo of the Landscape Stereo Field, a “stereo/quad modular touch plate feedback atonal synthesizer, a stereo/quad audio processor and a pressure sensitive chaotic CV “controller”.
The Stereo Field allows its user to manipulate and patch two analog stereo preamp circuits via touch plates. By utilizing skin conductivity as new paths for current to follow you are creating “new circuits” and new sounds in relation to where your fingers are patching.
Stereo Field Features
- 10″ x 5.75″ x 1.5″ Aluminum and Maple enclosure
- Immersion gold touch plate interface
- Circuits based around new old stock analog ICs which were originally designed for car stereos
- Completely analog design
- Stereo 1/4″ L/R inputs, 1/4″ L/R outputs on rear of unit (outputs/inputs audio through both circuits)
- Quad 3.5mm inputs (2x L/R mirrored pairs corresponding to each of the two circuits, can be used for CV, audio or both)
- Quad 3.5mm outputs (2x L/R mirrored pairs corresponding to each of the two circuits, can be used for CV, audio or both)
- As a CV “Controller” it will output approximately 4.2v to -2.8v depending on hand placement and input/output volume settings.
- 8 x touch plates corresponding to each of the 8 x 3.5mm jacks for touch interaction with i/o cable patch points
- 2 x stereo input volume knobs (for vastly changing touch plate interaction as well as incoming audio/CV levels)
- 2 x stereo output volume knobs (for changing touch plate interaction as well as outgoing audio/CV levels)
- 9v Regulated (tip +) US power supply (100-240V AC)
- Light weight: 1lb 11oz
You can visit the Landscape Stereo Field product website to learn more about the synthesizer.