Strega Musica Album Is a Gift From Make Noise and A Celebration of Strega

Strega Musica Album Is a Gift From Make Noise and A Celebration of Strega

Post date:

Fri, 08/19/2022 - 08:26

Author:

Naomi Bolton

Modular synthesizer maker, Make Noise has released a free album called Strega Musica, featuring several well-known names. Strega is an instrument designed by Make Noise in collaboration with Alessandro Cortini and inspired by his music and sonic experimentations.

Strega Musica is a music collection created with Strega and curated by Alessandro Cortini. Make Noise describes it as a free compilation that is a gift from them and a celebration of Strega. All artists on the collection, which includes Alessandro Cortini, Ben Frost, Hiro Kone, Julianna Barwick, and many others, have already been compensated. Cortini states that it was great for him to see how each of these artists were able to make the instrument their own and speak their own language through the grammar that is Strega. The founder of Make Noise, Tony Rolando, is also featured in the collection and added that as a musician the Strega sparked an energy in him that he had not felt for a decade.

For more information about the Strega, check out the official Make Noise website (http://makenoisemusic.com/synthesizers/strega). In addition, Strega Musica can be heard using the embed below or by visiting the bandcamp page, which also features links to more music from the artists in the collection (https://makenoisemusic.bandcamp.com/releases).