MATRIXSYNTH: Agitato - A Modular Etude 11.12.1

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Agitato - A Modular Etude 11.12.1


Published on Dec 12, 2017 Izhar Ashdot

"Agitato - A Modular Etude by Izhar Ashdot

Making music on a Modular Synthesizer teaches me how to lose some of my self criticism.
When I write songs in the "conventional" way, with a guitar or piano, I tend to be self judgmental and critical over the result, but when I work with the Modular system, I easily get into a state of "flow", where I disconnect from the surroundings and move into a meditative state of creativity.
I created dozens of pieces of music this way, most of them remain on the proverbial cutting room floor, but some of them are good enough to be developed into a complete piece of music.
Here's a piece I created in a two hour session yesterday and edited the video last night.
Will I continue developing it or will it gather dust in my digital storage area? Only time will tell.
Headphones or speakers recommended, preferably loud.

Featuring:
The Turing Machine II
Korg EX800 (Modded)
TipTop Z8000 Sequencer
DIY Bass Drum
DIY LPG & Doepfer A-118 Noise (The Snare)
Omsonic Pixel Dust HiHat
Obstacle Avoidance IR Sensor
Radio Music Sampler Module
Bastl Little Nerd
Blue Lantern CMOS Party
Eowave Envelope
Sputnik Mixer
Arturia BeatStepPro


© 2017 Izhar Ashdot"

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