thought synthesizer

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    the old e-mu modular analog synthesizer you can see in the background was originally captured by fr1zz.

    Used as a logo template for krischall sonic service.

    1. Sweet_chicago1 78 months ago | reply

      So much to say about this photo...U seam to be full of "energy" Are you a robot?

    2. aurinquito 78 months ago | reply

      great one! :)

    3. scottnj 78 months ago | reply

      Looks cumbersome, can you shower with it?

    4. Kom!sch 78 months ago | reply

      hirnspray for ever ;)

      very exciting and impressiv!!! love the theme and great use of light...

    5. fr1zz 78 months ago | reply

      LOL - hahaha. now i know why you faved that one. great collage!
      :)

    6. krischall 78 months ago | reply

      thank you all!
      @sweet_chicago1: if i were a robot, i'd definitely need an upgrade, like NOW!

    7. Sweet_chicago1 78 months ago | reply

      ok..you changed the title lol makes sense what are u experimenting...looks ineresting ..did it work?

    8. Matrixsynth 78 months ago | reply

      That is awesome. I put a post up on matrixsynth.blogspot.com for others to check out. If you have a website for this drop by and leave a comment or shoot me a PM.

    9. krischall 77 months ago | reply

      thx, matrixsynth! it's interesting to see myself in your blog now, where i just recently found some rare polyvoks information. great resource!
      @sweet_chicago1: the experiment is all about imagination, i think it works..

    10. MNKaren 77 months ago | reply

      Interesting capture. I now know what I can do with my free time if I ever give up flickr.

    11. VanMagenta 77 months ago | reply

      Some holes are missing.
      They're not necessary?
      Interesting job! =]

    12. yalin_cyp 77 months ago | reply

      and do you have any recordings of this experiment?

    13. krischall 77 months ago | reply

      all i can say right now is that the recording process is quite difficult so far, and yes, there seems to be a cross-relationship to the missing holes.

    14. eboots 77 months ago | reply

      Wow! I think it's so exciting feel that electrodes attached. Want to be a volounteer!

    15. Fibra 74 months ago | reply

      Cool photo

    16. cahos55 71 months ago | reply

      Bonjour, je suis l'administrateur du groupe MêmePasPeur, et nous aimerions beaucoup que vous ajoutiez ceci à notre groupe !

    17. [closed account] Iany T. [deleted] 69 months ago | reply

      soo nice, i love it! such a nice idea!

    18. Synthesizers 63 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Synthtopia, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    19. jasecampbell 44 months ago | reply

      Congratulations! Your photo has received the Amber Award from FotoVotr. It has been selected from the Flickr community because of its interest and popularity. For more information, please visit the FotoVotr Amber Group. We would be honored to have you join us!

    20. Cunning Hand 15 months ago | reply

      WHERE did you get the awesome biofeedback cap?

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