I am very very happy with the Xylosynth. It has also proven live in different ensembles (duo, combo and big band). For me it runs on a Macbook Air with Main Stage and GarageBand.
- Wilfried Bokelmann
British percussionist Joby Burgess is using his 3 Octave Mark 6 Xylosynth as the centre piece of his new project Powerplant. Exploring hi-octane percussion-led music with an electronic sound and strong visual performance, Joby uses his own samples on a G4 laptop, to perform music by Steve Reich and Kraftwerk
‘Electric Counterpoint had a slouching, sun-filled energy; like a sudden breath of California from this quintessential New York composer.’ The Daily Telegraph. ‘No strangers to the weirder reaches of electronica, the steely Teutonic shimmies of Kraftwerk at their best take on a whole new dimension in such capable hands.’ The Metro, London. click here for forthcoming concerts