John Chowning “Origins of FM Synthesis” (Web 85)

John Chowning

AES Oral History – Composer, John Chowning, gives a brief overview of his role in the discovery of FM Synthesis – for more go to: http://www.aes.org.
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18 Comments

  1. Damien Treox says:

    Can’t take this in, must resist, too GOOD om nom nom.

  2. monsterjazzlicks says:

    Thanks again for posting. Shame it was not longer!

  3. hokulealinda says:

    LOVE … that’s all there is to say.

  4. chirag kotak says:

    Thank YOu :)

  5. Alex Hauptmann says:

    And to think, if it weren’t for this man, the late 80’s as we know them may
    never have existed.

  6. Robbinsffxi says:

    I hope some manufacturer will make a pure FM synth soon, with a large
    intuitive interface.

  7. Greg Wilder says:

    AES Oral History Project, presents the composer John Chowning that gives a
    brief overview of his role in the discovery of FM Synthesis: John Chowning
    “Origins of FM Synthesis” (Web 85)

  8. alex di nunzio says:

    AES Oral History Project, presents the composer John Chowning that gives a
    brief overview of his role in the discovery of FM Synthesis: John Chowning
    “Origins of FM Synthesis” (Web 85)

  9. Shelley Wheeler says:

    Met this man yesterday at the St. Louis airport on accident! He sat next to
    me, and we chatted a while. Wish I had taken better notes after I came home
    to find out who he was!! D:

  10. FSK1138 says:

    Yamaha DX7 still rules today

  11. Jakob Schmid says:

    SEGA Genesis to rule them all

  12. boomshala says:

    FM is such an usnderused potential

  13. Graveyar Disciple says:

    Hey I meet Joe Pesci while smoking a joint on a desert parking in the
    middle of nowherE.

  14. monsterjazzlicks says:

    Wow, what a clever guy. Very interesting to hear. Thanks for posting.

  15. Ebotronix says:

    thanks!

  16. Racolina says:

    Adlib still rules today

  17. John Paul says:

    I noticed it too.

  18. wado1942 says:

    Am I really the one to note the chimes at the beginning are FM synth?