The "Ampron Aubade" is the world's rarest synthesizer. The single existing unit had its circuit board painted over to prevent reverse engineering. Two young men became infatuated with the enigmatic device and endeavored to steal it from the New England Synthesizer Museum. After being thwarted by necromantic spells used to protect the museum's artifacts they set out to replicate the sounds of this machine as best they could on conventional equipment. The results of this are contained in this MICROARRAY. The Amrpon Aubade was French and mysterious. Ampron Aubide was American and brief-lived.
released November 12, 2015
Matthew Stearns: hysteria. noises, ideas, deprogramming and manipulations.
Charles Terhune: devices, recordings, restraints, programming and sound design.