MATRIXSYNTH: Live Modular Synth Performance: "Free Ride" by P.O.B. (@obrienmedia)

Sunday, August 09, 2015

Live Modular Synth Performance: "Free Ride" by P.O.B. (@obrienmedia)

Published on Aug 9, 2015 Patrick OBrien

"My latest modular synthesizer song, performed live, showcasing all the sick lights and sounds that make modular synths the best musical instruments ever.

- The beginning "horn" is a sample sound from QuBit's Nebulae

- Added the Mutant drums (Bassdrum, HiHats, Cymbals), with the bass line from The Harvestman's Hertz Donut.

- Flute melody comes from Mutable Instruments' Braids, morphed by Expert Sleepers' Disting, then crazy distorted by the Malgorithm, pulling the patch cord out from Metrolpolis and touching the pitch jack for the heavy metal guitar breakdown.

- Bells at the end from Mutable's Elements with DPO and tELHARMONIC both being filtered with high resonance by DSI's Curtis Filter.

- Rhythms created by both the Delptronics Trigger Man and 4ms' SCM/SCM Breakout.

No computers were used in this piece. All modular synths.

I am P.O.B. living in Los Angeles.

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Recorded August 9, 2015 in Los Angeles, California."

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