MATRIXSYNTH: Agitato - A Modular Etude 11.12.1

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Agitato - A Modular Etude 11.12.1

Published on Dec 12, 2017 Izhar Ashdot

"Agitato - A Modular Etude by Izhar Ashdot

Making music on a Modular Synthesizer teaches me how to lose some of my self criticism.
When I write songs in the "conventional" way, with a guitar or piano, I tend to be self judgmental and critical over the result, but when I work with the Modular system, I easily get into a state of "flow", where I disconnect from the surroundings and move into a meditative state of creativity.
I created dozens of pieces of music this way, most of them remain on the proverbial cutting room floor, but some of them are good enough to be developed into a complete piece of music.
Here's a piece I created in a two hour session yesterday and edited the video last night.
Will I continue developing it or will it gather dust in my digital storage area? Only time will tell.
Headphones or speakers recommended, preferably loud.

The Turing Machine II
Korg EX800 (Modded)
TipTop Z8000 Sequencer
DIY Bass Drum
DIY LPG & Doepfer A-118 Noise (The Snare)
Omsonic Pixel Dust HiHat
Obstacle Avoidance IR Sensor
Radio Music Sampler Module
Bastl Little Nerd
Blue Lantern CMOS Party
Eowave Envelope
Sputnik Mixer
Arturia BeatStepPro

© 2017 Izhar Ashdot"

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