This Video By Sequential Cirklon With Music By Aphex Twin Captures The Superbooth 2017 Vibe

This video by the Sequential team taken at Superbooth 2017 captures the vibe and diversity of one of the biggest and most interesting synth trade shows and events in the world (probably).  

Superbooth 2017 last week was probably the most interesting of synth-focused trade and public events ever. In the Fez center, Berlin, there were over 160 exhibitors, tons of new synths and eurorack modules on show, plenty of concerts, workshops, and talks.

Sequentix were there and shot some cool footage which when put together with music by Richard D James (Aphex Twin) makes for an enjoyable watch, and gives those who couldn't be there a sense of the show.

Sequentix make the Cirklon a multi-track hardware sequencer, with MIDI, analogue and USB connectivity designed to be at the heart of any hardware MIDI, analogue or hybrid studio setup.

Video by Media Monty :
Music by richard d james

If you want to get closer to the gear at Superbooth itself check out our playlist of video interviews and hands-on demos, including an in-depth review of Novation Peak (shot before the show), Jomox Alpha Base, Polyend SEQ, Bastl Instruments DUDE and Thyme, Elektron Digitakt, Behringer Minimoog Model D clone, eowave Quandrantid Swarm, Dreadbox Abyss, and so much more...

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