I synthesized 16 analogue Bassdrums with my MFB 503 Drumcomputer.
Put a compression effect on it and recorded it to my Revox A 77 Tape Machine with Saturation.
Then sampled it all back and made a PGM with the samples.
Montag, 20. Mai 2013
Shiroiyuki (SC user cyberpvnk) came by and we recorded a little Jam-Session.
Used Equipment :
Akai MPC 1000
Roland juno 106
DSI Mopho x4
Theis Dual Skip Sequencer
Curetronic Modular Synthesizer
Wizdom Music MorphWiz
MXR Carbon Copy
Recrded to Zoom R16
Reaper & various VST Effects
Donnerstag, 9. Mai 2013
Mittwoch, 1. Mai 2013
A PGM with 16 Bassdrums.
Generated with my Curetronic Modular Synthesizer, then a bit of NY Compression (a VST plugin I am afraid) and then recorded to my Revox A 77 Reel to Reel tape machin with some drive.
Then sampled back...
All the Bassdrums are tuned to 'A'.
It's an experiment with the tape and stuff, so I don't know how good this really is, have yet to use it myself in a track.
You may want to adjust the mixer settings to your needs, as I only use the Stereo Outputs of my MPC as two mono outputs.
Dienstag, 30. April 2013
I wanted to turn my Reel to Reel Tape Machine (Revox A77 MK III) into a Tape Delay, but since I don't use a traditional mixing desk with Aux In/Out , I had to come up with a patch for my modular synth.
Samstag, 20. April 2013
A new PGM with 16 analogue Drumsamples.
This time using Drumsounds from the MFB 503 Drumcomputer (and additional claps from the MFB 522 Drummachine).
You may want to edit the mixer settings to your personal needs, as I only use the stereo output of my MPC as two mono outputs.