MATRIXSYNTH: BURG - blue sky beneath (elektron analog four, KORG monologue, ms-20, volca)

Sunday, April 09, 2017

BURG - blue sky beneath (elektron analog four, KORG monologue, ms-20, volca)

Published on Apr 9, 2017 ollilaboratories

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Hey, friends !! Oh man, I have been sick all weekend trying to make music but the flu/cold has won every day until now!! :D

I have been wanting to make an uptempo track for some time now since I have a gig upcoming and I need to polish the dancefloor vibes a bit. Now, I'm not saying this one would burn the floor but at least I'm getting closer to music that makes the feet stomp (mine did a little bit) :)

There is a lot of stuff going on in this track, the main bass-punch is from the volca bass and the tb-3.. adding some monologue drive on top from time to time. The arturia microbrute is getting some crunch from the solidgoldfx fuzz Imperial.. which makes the sequence drive and pop out.

The shining star on this track, however, is, without a doubt the Elektron analog four, where I have many sequences shuffling up the beat. Also, its currently controlling my 0-coast over CV.. so in total 5 separate patterns that are punched in/out.. lovely little piece of gear.

In total it's a whopping 13 minutes, I can't seem to make them shorter as I like doing the "intros" haha :D I hope you can make it through and enjoy it.. I had loads of fun making it in the end once I managed to beat the flu/cold!

Gear used: Elektron Analog Four, System-1, TB-3, TR-8, KORG volca bass, keys, fm, ms-20, monologue, novation circuit (sequencer only), 0-coast, microbrute, NLA1, microgranny, erebus, reface CP, beatstep pro

FX, strymom timeline, el capistan, blue sky, eventide space, redpanda particle, earthquaker devices space spiral and transmisser, kaoss pad, ms-70 CDR, solidgoldfx imperial, mooer reecho and skyverb, catalinbread csidman and a tc. electronic ditto looper for the reface CP piano reverse loop"

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