The PDF features recipes from Objekt, Suzanne Ciani and Dave Smith among others.
The newly opened Korg Germany R&D division may not have created any new synths yet, but the CEO of the Berlin outpost, Tats Takahashi, has shared one project in the form of a free cookbook designed to help encourage culinary experimentation during lockdown.
Featuring recipes, photos and messages from a range of artists, producers and synth designers, the book is certainly eclectic. Highlights include Objekt’s Lightning Fast Soda Bread, Suzanne Ciani’s Pasta Alla Genovese and Dave Smith’s margarita recipe (“Drink any time (especially these days); ideally while working on a new synth design (it helps)”).
As our small team of Verena, Lydia, Max and I clamber to get KORG Germany off the ground, we occasionally swap cooking recipes. What a lifesaver. Because who isn’t tired of their own cooking by now? And why not collect more and share?
The aim of The Pyjama Cookbook is to share the favourite concoctions from our friends from all parts of music, in the hope of instilling solidarity and encouraging friendship during these extraordinary times.
Well. It’s also just for laughs. Have fun.
Described as “a guide to self-feeding by Korg Germany and friends”, The Pyjama Cookbook is a free download from the brand’s new website.
You can watch an interview with Takahashi below or check out the Korg Minilogue, which he designed, here.