Meek FM "typographic synthesizer" gets demoed on video

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Donald Melanson
February 22nd, 2008
In this article: font, meek fm, MeekFm, synthesizer
Meek FM "typographic synthesizer" gets demoed on video
Rob Meek and Frank Miller's not-so-humbly-named Meek FM "typographic synthesizer" has been making the rounds for a little while now, but in case you weren't able to check out one of the few live "performances" of it, the pair have now thankfully let loose a video that shows just what the device is capable of. As you can see for yourself after the break, the one of a kind rig lets you take a distinctively Moog-like approach to designing fonts, with a slew of good old fashioned knobs provided to let you tweak things to your heart's content. Needless to say, the pair apparently have no plans to produce any more to sell, and this is one project where we're guessing a DIY guide would be of little help to anyone other than a very select few font-loving synthesizer aficionados.

[Via technabob]

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