Prior to founding AUUG, Joshua Young’s neuroscience research led him to Berlin. Coming into contact with Berlin’s vibrant electronic music scene, he became frustrated by the lack of physical connection between these musicians and the sounds they were creating. This frustration inspired him to start tearing apart old music hardware to build interfaces that would give electronic musicians a more physical and expressive way of shaping their sounds, that would be more compelling for both them and their audience. This process ultimately lead to the form-factor of the Motion Synth, which Joshua publicly launched via crowdfunding in Dec 2013.
Made in Melbourne Week: Makers in Music
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