Soundmit partner of Mufant for "Loving the Alien Festival"
The world of synthesizers, from the beginning, has made a great contribution to the soundtracks of science fiction films, starting from “The Day the Earth Stood Still” (1951) with the use of Theremin and from “Forbidden Planet” (1956) with the circuits of Bebe and Louis Barron, passing through Wendy Carlos' Moog in the numerous soundtracks of the 70s and from the Arp 2500 of “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” (1977) and so on up to the present day and modern science fiction.
On the occasion of the partnership with MUFANT - Museum of the Fantasy and Science Fiction Turin, in the context of the "Loving the Alien" festival, the Soundmit presents:
"Torino Modulare - the synthesizer meets science fiction"
An event in the event that is divided into two parts: a workshop in which we will build, with the help of Faselunare, a SCI-FI sound generator and a series of live performances with some of the best "musicians" specialized in the use of the modular synthesizer.
More details in the upcoming weeks.