| Founded in 2002, Eowave is the R&D branch of MESI. Marc Sirguy, developper and designer, first developped the Essential Instruments, twenty virtual instruments edited by the american company Cycling'74 and included in Pluggo plug-ins collection. With the IRCAM, Eowave developped the Eobody analog to midi converter and a whole range of sensors for installations and live applications. Marc Sirguy, sharing his love for analog synths, developped a range of analog stereo effects, called "the Bugs", and the persephone, an analog synth inspired from les Ondes Martenots and the Theremin... This original and uncommon approach of the instrument makes eowave instruments very special... |
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||Peter Christopherson & the Persephone
"Just to let you know that I have been playing my Persephone live, with my band Throbbing Gristle, to great acclaim! We played in the Turbine Hall of the Tate Modern Gallery in London (The largest space in the most important of Britain's National Art Galleries) to a sold out audience of about 1000 and received a 10 minute standing ovation! (The first any artist has received there!)
And also just played for 3 days at London's Institute of Contemporary
Art on the Mall, where I used the Persephone to record tracks for a
forthcoming version of Nico's Desertshore album.
The Persephone is a truly fantastic instrument to play live. The range of frequencies extraordinary - the low end was literally shaking the building and apparently could be heard on the bridge outside! It is the most intuitive and enjoyable live instrument I have ever had the privilege to play."
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