@pesco: wrong queen. this is the video you’re talking about. Although the other is also wonderful.
Another show full post borked…
Impressive (most impressive). Next show us the machine which makes the punched paper ‘tape’. Here’s hoping it isn’t someone with the score and ‘exacto’ knife.
This sounds like an early Final Fantasy theme song set in a carnival.
I love it
Sounds like the day I spend in the 80s programming music data with some weed, a music book and my Radio Shack MC 10
They remind me of the sounds of Germany during the run-up to Karneval. They’re good, impressive for arrangements, but, due to the lack of dynamics, you would not hear more than one of these blasting through my home.
The two videos were made on different machines, not the same one. These machines are marvelous!
If I had to do this I would probably write a MIDI-to-carnival-organ-paper-tape converter. That would let me write and debug the arrangement on an ordinary synth. Once the general sound is OK, a cutting plotter can probably be adapted to make the “tape” for the actual organ.
That’s a good take! Without hearing it =won’t= play 3/4 notes I keep landing on the side…with more cards and tape and x-actos and templates and superglue. May the ventilation be with you.
If this is your thing and you ever find yourself in the area: https://www.museumspeelklok.nl/lang/en/
I had an evening job operating a far more basic organ outside a Spiegeltent, staff in local restaurants and shops used to pay me to stop.
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