Today I received the first release of Audible Synthstrom. I am very happy to be a part of it. The track "dont ask me" is included in two versions. One is only available on vinyl, the second only digital on e.g. Bandcamp.
Here now my first session with the Arturia Minibrute 2S . A great partner for the Deluge from Audible Synthstrom. I also used the Radikaltechnologies RT 451 stereo filter, which I supplied with a triangle waveform from the 2S patchbay. The CV voltage was then controlled by sequencer lines 3 and 4 of the 2S. Additionally I used the standard LFOs from the 2S to control other parameters. I can tell you a joy.
I hope you have a little joy :-)
A software production with Ableton Live and Reaktor from Native Instruments. Among other things, user instruments have been used. I would especially like to point out the groovebox called Omega 2, a sound monster with endless possibilities. But the handling and the functionality demands quite a bit.
built some patches and put together some minimal patterns. jammed a little bit and pressed record. drambo is very intuitive and encourages research in the world of sounds.
Last Release: https://lfoone.bandcamp.com/album/43-sp-del
Release on Synthstrom (Vinyl and Digital): https://synthstromaudible.bandcamp.com/album/release
27 songs from musicians all around the world composing and performing on the same instrument, a Deluge, from Synthstrom Audible.
View an individual track to see what gear was used for it.
released February 25, 2020
Compilation Mastering: Luke Rowell
Artwork: Matt Limmer
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produced with Deluge and Deepmind 12. First built the beat in Deluge, then created audio tracks one after the other. Then I adjusted the melody, bass, etc. to these tracks with the Deepmind 12. Finally I jammed the whole thing on the Deluge and recorded it on a stereo track :-) Peac