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MICHEL GEISS and MATRISEQUENCER video
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matt222 

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Posted: Thu Mar 27, 2014 11:14 pm   MICHEL GEISS and MATRISEQUENCER video

http://www.youtube.com/wa...ayer_detailpage

This looks fascinating . Can anyone translate?
 
Beelooo 


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Posted: Fri Mar 28, 2014 11:01 pm   Re: MICHEL GEISS and MATRISEQUENCER video

matt222 wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2OsmSAVOjs&feature=player_detailpage

This looks fascinating . Can anyone translate?


It'll will be long but the first minute Michel GEISS says that there were enginerring work in Jean Michel House, and Matrisequencer was stored in the basement.

Its 'says that the top cover of Matri was used as a...shelve...and 2 holes as been made through it for water tube....but he didn' t say if this wounds is due to JMJ or the workers :p

The sequencer is able to drive 100 notes, so there are 10 identical boards, driving 10 notes each. (the 10s on the right)

There are 3 boards purely homemade, wire by wire, and the other is were manufacturered on printed board.

GEISS is asking first for a toll to remove a board ^^

Audience says Matrisequence ris bigger than they thought

At 4:00 He said that the connector was really good quality (gold), so no problem with that but...Michel says that JMJ does'n use the Matrisequencer anymore, and it as been stored since 10 years...

So He had to work a lot to make it work again, but it's not fully functional

The Matrisequencer as been MIDIFIED
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matt222 

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Posted: Sat Mar 29, 2014 4:56 pm   Re: MICHEL GEISS and MATRISEQUENCER video

Thanks Beeloo,

That's interesting - wonder how long it took to program those sequences for Equinoxe and Rendezvous.

Do we think the D50 sequence in Industrial revolution part 2 was done on the Matrisequencer or MPC60 ?
 
Beelooo 


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Joined: 25 Apr 2008
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Location: France
Posted: Sun Mar 30, 2014 11:02 am   Re: MICHEL GEISS and MATRISEQUENCER video

matt222 wrote:
Thanks Beeloo,

That's interesting - wonder how long it took to program those sequences for Equinoxe and Rendezvous.

Do we think the D50 sequence in Industrial revolution part 2 was done on the Matrisequencer or MPC60 ?


Michel GEISS says that last use of MatriSequencer was Revolution, so yeah i think it's quite possible
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EIC Versailles, September 1993
Oxygen Tour Paris, October 1997
Electronic Night Paris, July 1998
Marigny, December 2007
2010 POPB, March 2010
2016 POPB (Accor Hotel Arena), December 2016
 
Beelooo 


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Joined: 25 Apr 2008
Posts: 494
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Posted: Fri Apr 04, 2014 7:18 pm   

FOr the total translation, i have not so much time BUT

I've just read the GEISS interview here



Michel GEISS tell us everything

And i can say that 75 % of what is written here was what he said about JMJ in the video interview, about collaboration, the beginning, his history ...
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Marigny, December 2007
2010 POPB, March 2010
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