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0-Coast Lead, Polyevolver Sequence - Gallery Jam Excerpts


Published on Sep 5, 2016 martinjazz78

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1.0-Coast Lead, Polyevolver Sequence - Gallery Jam Excerpt # 1
"I was fortunate enough to spend an evening in a gallery among sculptures of Olbram Zoubek. Not that I would want to compare my simple synth jam to his masterworks, but indeed it was very inspiring and I wish there were more evenings like this one.

There is a simple sequence running on DSI Polyevolver, it's in fact only one voice of the Polyevolver, although PEK's internal sequencers sequence pitch of each of the four oscillators separately - that's why the polyphony.

Local Control is off on the Polyevolver, its keyboard however controls the Make Noise 0-Coast. First I wanted 0-Coast to be sequenced as well, but then realized 0-Coast as lead was an interesting exercise.

There is the on-board midi delay on Polyevolver, both PEK as well ad 0-Coast are processed through Strymon Big Sky for reverb. It was recorded live, one take only and everything done on the fly and stereo output only from Tascam interface into Ableton."

2. Polyevolver filter, 0 Coast lead, PEK sequence - Gallery Jam Excerpt #2
"4-pole low pass filter of DSI Polyevolver can be very wild animal, very gentle tweaking can result in very expressive sound changes and if you feed the filter with itself via feedback knobs it can get even worse :)"

3. 0 Coast Lead, Polyevolver Sequence (osc sync) - Gallery Jam Excerpt #3
"Another excerpt from my gallery jam. Alone in a gallery in the middle of the night, surrounded by sculptures and paintings on cement desks by Olbram Zoubek. Not that I would want to compare my music with his master pieces, but it was very inspiring session for me indeed."

4. 0 Coast Lead, Polyevolver Sequence (Fly by) - Gallery Jam Excerpt #4
"Another excerpt from my gallery jam. Alone in a gallery in the middle of the night, surrounded by sculptures and paintings on cement desks by Olbram Zoubek. Not that I would want to compare my music with his master pieces, but it was very inspiring session for me indeed."

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