The fascinating modular Karusell by “Mr. Superbooth” Andreas Schneider spends time alone and has a new temporary home for Superbooth 20 Home Edition
A few years ago Andreas Schneider (Mr. Superbooth) visited Vienna with his modular Karusell. For me, it was one of the first contacts with Eurorack synthesizers. Back then I was fascinated by the many cables and flashing lights less of what you can do with it. What is exciting here is that the carousel is full of small modular systems that you can patch according to your mood: “try it, it doesn’t hurt.
At that time, Mr. Schneider showed me in his coat why a modular Synthesizer is so exciting. Well, I speak of myself, the fasciation of patching cables continues to these days. Good job, today it is a modular addiction that is difficult to get out of. If someone had told me that this was so addictive, I would never have started it. The modular Karusell is also part of the Superbooth experience every year. But since the Superbooth took places at home this year, there is no Karusell to play with or? Yes, The SB20 Karusell is also home alone but in a new special location called gh36 in Berlin operated by Adam Chalk.
“As part of the SuperBooth20 Home Edition we have found a temporary home for our beloved modular karusell in the Große Hamburgerstrasse 36 in Berlin Mitte at the gallery gh36 operated by Adam Chalk.
Our vision is to provide a privat space for everyone to explore the karusell and the surrounding instruments, such as the Haken Continuum as a field of experiementation and exploration.
Wether you are based in the modular scene, the intrumental side of music making or DJing does not matter. You can pick up your intrument and feed it through the karusell or run your vinyl collection through it. Many different scenarios are possible. One can always record their sessions and take them home. It is also possible to play a gig for the street as we have installed a speaker on the outside of the gallery. To set up a privat appointment contact Mr. Adam Chalk via firstname.lastname@example.org. Up to two people will be allowed for each session.
There is no general booking fee required while a small donation to the gallery is welcome.”
More information here: GH36