Scott Riesterer

Scott Riesterer

Scott is a Sound Designer from Vancouver, Canada who has contributed his post production audio skills to dramatic and documentary films, animations, video games, and oddly enough, the Chevrolet Volt. His music makes heavy use of field recordings gathered from a variety of sources and locations. In 2013 he released Sonidos De Cuba, an ambitious album built upon field recordings from a trip to Cuba and it was nominated for Best Electronic Album in the Western Canadian Music Awards. He is currently working on music featuring recordings from Belize, Japan and Thailand between his dialog editing projects.

Articles by Scott Riesterer

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Review: Soulsby Synthesizers Oscitron

With a unique wavetable PWM synth engine, a huge selection of waveforms and filters and wavetable capture via audio input, could the Soulsby Oscitron be the synth of your dreams?

Synthesis Essentials: Know Your Filters

You probably use the filters on your synths all the time, but how much do you really know about them? This guide will make you a filter expert...

Review: Pittsburgh Modular Lifeforms Percussion Sequencer

With Eurorack hardware more popular than ever, we got our hands on the Pittsburgh Modular Lifeforms Percussion Sequencer to see what unique features it brings to the table.

Review: Befaco Crush Delay 2

Crush delay and digital circuit bending in a box that sounds as good as it looks? Scott Riesterer checks out Befaco Crush Delay 2.

Review: Mutable Instruments Rings

If you're looking for a physical modeling resonator eurorack module, then you've probably heard of Mutable Instruments Rings. In this in-depth review, we find the sweet spots in this synth module.

Using AIRA Customiser To Unlock Your AIRA Eurorack Synth Modules

Available for iOS, Android, Mac OS X & Windows, the Roland AIRA customiser allows you to re-program the internal signal path of Roland AIRA Modular effects. Scott Reisterer gets his custom hat on.

Review: 4MS Noise Swash & Atoner Eurorack Synth Modules

4MS Noise Swash is a chaotic random noise-maker & CV generator eurorack synth module that generates sounds or can process audio & the Atoner module creates quantised melodies. Both are reviewed here.

Review: Roland AIRA Bitrazer, Demora, Scooper & Torcido Eurorack Synth Modules

The AIRA Bitrazer, Demora, Scooper & Torcido from Roland are 21HP eurorack synth modules and USB audio interfaces. And using the software editor they become very flexible indeed. We test them out.

An Introductory Guide To Starting A Eurorack Synthesizer System

So You Want To Start A Eurorack Synth System? Scott Riesterer is here with things to consider to help you stay sane in your journey into modular synths without getting lost in a tangle of wires.

Review: Intellijel Cylonix Rainmaker Eurorack Delay Module

Intellijel/Cylonix Rainmaker is a 16-tap stereo spectral rhythm delay and comb resonator in eurorack synth module format. But due to its vast feature set is so much more than the sum of its parts.

Review: 4MS Spectral Multiband Resonator Eurorack Synth Module

If you're in the market for a eurorack module that can convert noisy sounds into something musical, then the 4MS Spectral Multiband Resonator should be on your shopping list. Here's why.