MATRIXSYNTH: "Victorian Gargoyles" - RS7000 + Poly 800 + ESQ1 + CZ1 + Volca + Prophet '08

Saturday, February 27, 2016

"Victorian Gargoyles" - RS7000 + Poly 800 + ESQ1 + CZ1 + Volca + Prophet '08


Published on Feb 27, 2016 Patrick Manderson

"Victorian Gargoyles" - RS7000 + Poly 800 + ESQ1 + CZ1 + Volca + Prophet '08

This music was recorded live on Saturday February 27 2016 using a Yamaha RS7000 sequencer and various synthesizers.
All performances and automation were painstakingly programmed into the sequencer and played back through 2 mixers into 2 channels in Ableton Live 8 lite.

STARRING

Morgan Orange..................................­................pilot
Yamaha RS7000 Sequencer....................conductor

MIDI ORCHESTRA

Korg Poly-800II..............................­pads & melodies
Ensoniq ESQ-1...................................­...lo-fi textures
Casio CZ1.....................................­..arps & melodies
Novation Bass Station II.....................melancholies
DSI Prophet '08..............................pads & melodies
Roland Super JD-990..............portamentos & pads
Roland JP-8080.................................­.....noisy sines
Korg Electribe EMX-1....percussion & white noises
Access Virus Indigo II..............pads, arps & booms
Korg Volca Keys....................................­.........klangs
Korg Volca Bass....................................­............bass
Korg Volca Beats...................................­.............kick

EFFECTS

Zoom MSCDR70.................................­.............verbs
Behringer V-Verb Pro...............................ambien­ce
Lexicon MX200...................................­...........delays
Alesis 3632 Compressor/Gate...............noise gate
Art Tube Channel..............pre amp & compression

OTHER

Mackie 1642 VLZ3....................................­......mixer
Behringer RX1602..................................­.........mixer
Focusrite Scarlett 8i6...................analog to digital
Panasonic LX 7.......................................­....camera"

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