STEREO FIELD instrument was developed by Landscape FM media. The instrument can be used simultaneously as stereo/quad modular touch plate synthesizer, and as stereo/quad audio processor and a pressure sensitive chaotic CV controller.
The Stereo Field allows manipulation, patching two analog stereo circuits via touch plates. By utilizing skin conductivity as new paths for current to follow you are creating new circuits and new sounds in relation to where your fingers are patching.
STEREOFIELD has the ability to create atonal synth tones in stereo (and quad) as well as process incoming stereo audio (and quad) sources via 1/4″ and 3.5mm ins and outs. Incoming audio sources can be “patched” or rewoven into any area of either or both of the circuits via skin contact.
The Stereo Field can also be used as a controlled chaos source when using the 3.5mm outputs to send CV to your modular system. Due to the nature of feedback and finger patching the 4 available CV signals have the ability to get incredibly complex and textured in nature (see audio examples below in use with a euro-rack system).
Because of the open nature of Stereo Field it can both send and receive CV modulation simultaneously.
Here is a video by knobs that demonstrates the Landscape Stereo Field, with various sources and in various situations.