MATRIXSYNTH: Song For A Day Off

Friday, September 25, 2015

Song For A Day Off


Published on Sep 25, 2015 Pierre Fontaine

"I have the day off today and wanted to do something created. So, I made up this song and recorded it directly to a Zoom H1 using a Belkin Rockstar Headphone Splitter.

The synths used (in order of appearance) are a Korg MicroSampler with a Mellotron Flute sample, a Korg Monotribe providing bass and rhythm, a Korg Volca Sampler providing some stereo percussion, Volca Bass with mono audio cable causing it to pan hard right and Volca Keys with it's own digital delay.

Also pictured (but not used) is a Bliptronic 5000 and some mounting boards for a Littlebits Korg Synth Kit. The Synths are sitting on a custom made base made from scrap foam core found at work to keep everything organized.

I'm a big fan of inexpensive synths and love trying to make music with really simple and budget friendly devices. The Microsampler was purchased second hand on ebay while the Volcas were purchased second hand from Guitar Center."

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