MATRIXSYNTH: Battery Powered Music

Friday, September 25, 2015

Battery Powered Music


Published on Sep 25, 2015 Pierre Fontaine

"I had an music track I made a few months ago but didn't know what to do with it. So I've cobbled together some really old animations done over the past ten years and made a little music video.

The song itself was made using a Korg Volca Keys multitracked to create the lead and counterpoint, a Korg Monotribe for the drums, a Bliptronic for the synth part that starts the song and runs all the way through, and a Nintendo DS game called Jam Sessions that has an awesome acoustic and electric guitar simulation. The Korg Monotron Delay provided the synth swoops towards the end of the song.

The animations were created in Truespace (most of the physics animations), iClone (the dinosaur and some of the nature animations), PD Pro Howler (the opening flybys and more abstract animations) and Canoma (animations that started as photographs but were turned into 3D animations)."

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