It's been inspiring to see the beautiful performances by Push players, as they've come to master the instrument. A couple recent videos from two different Universities show how musicians have made nuanced, effecting music with Push. First up, musician and biologist Omer Eilam performs "Electronic variations on a Bach Chaccone",...
In the couple months since it was released, we’ve already seen some incredibly talented performances with Push. If you’re curious about how Push stacks up compared to more traditional instruments, check out the videos in this post and see how a series of players with different backgrounds work with it.
Nick Garcia, with a background in jazz guitar, stopped by during the Push open house at Boston’s Mmmmaven Project for the Together Festival. In his first time playing with Push, Nick let loose Miles Davis’ jazz standard, “Donna Lee”:
Next up, Rishabh Rajan plays a gentle and expressive piece with Push and a sampled nylon-string guitar:
In a livelier vein, Daniel Drumz performs his track “Temporary Space Nawer”, using chopped up guitar samples and synthesizers in Drum Racks for a classic pad sampler-style performance:
Lastly, here’s a treat from Bandesnaci, an old favorite. We’ve previously seen him improvise on two Launchpads - now here he is using Push’s note repeat function to jam out a swing-filled solo: