Mind-controlled Moog from Apples In Stereo


9 Responses to “Mind-controlled Moog from Apples In Stereo”

  1. Skidds says:

    So can it play anything else other than the sound track from Killer Clowns from Outer Space?

  2. lasttide says:

    Holy. Fuck. Yes.

    Robert Schneider is my hero.

  3. Anonymous says:

    This is so rad. good job and thanks for posting!

    • Anonymous says:

      Actually this is pretty interesting but I think that it would be more interesting to attach it to the volume rather than the pitch. This way while performing a more intense part of a song the volume would be louder. It is a huge addition to the one man band.

  4. swankgd says:

    Hmm, does it say more about the equipment or Schneider’s brain that there seemed to be a longer lag time when he transitioned from lowering the pitch->raising the pitch vs. the other way around. Easier for him to stop brain activity than restart it?

  5. querent says:

    Wow. Gonna check Apples in Stereo out now.

  6. Smallberries says:

    The prototype “Peniletron” controlled by a penile plethysmograph, proved difficult for Robert to play more than a couple minutes at a time …

  7. Manooshi says:

    Geeky cute.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Unfortunately, the Mindflex is a fake, according to this article by german news magazine Spiegel online: http://www.spiegel.de/spiegel/0,1518,679480,00.html

    So, the Mindflex controls the Moog, but the Brain not the Mindflex.

Leave a Reply