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Behind the world of I SPEAK MACHINE with Tara Busch & Maf Lewis


Incoming…. 2015!

I’ve just returned home after a long, long holiday stint in North Carolina – it was wonderful after all this time to see family and play what was my “high school hometown” as well!

So! we had the pleasure of joining forces with the mighty Bob Moog Foundation for the Neighborhood Theater show in Charlotte. They brought some lovely gems – Michelle Moog- Koussa’s own Voyager ( with purple back-lighting, swoon!) my wild synth crush AKA the ARP 2600 upon which I performed this, and the beautiful beast that is the Moog Apollo! The Apollo is one of 3 that the BMF know to exist, and the one I played is the only functioning one.

Brian Kasher was kind enough to film the show, and complied this wonderful clip of the BMF’s own Marc Doty going in depth about my rig ( I was off drinking wine with my sister, probably. oops.)

Anyway, enjoy!!:

So from here it’s full speed ahead into NAMM season (keep an eye out for us) and many new films and projects from I Speak Machine – including the release of our soundtrack to The Silence on vinyl on Lex records January 19th!

And of course more of this in the coming months! Here’s a favorite from the London Purcell Room show by Neil Fellowes:


Damn that was fun! Synths lovingly bestowed upon me by G Force Software. Nice.
More in a bit… & many wonderful bleeps and bloops for a happy & fruitful 2015 to you all. x

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