Modcan Daft Punk tron modular system


In the June 6 issue of Rolling Stone, writer Jonah Weiner describes his pilgrimage to the Paris studio of Daft Punk, the notoriously secretive two-man group whose new album, Random Access Memories, has been dominating the Billboard charts. As Weiner reverently enters the space where Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter spend “untold hours hunched over synthesizers, chasing new sounds,” he stops to marvel at its centrepiece: a giant modular synthesizer, four feet tall and six feet wide, all blinking lights and silver switches and cables. This custom system was “handmade for us by a guy in Canada,” Bangalter explains, and then they move on.

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