MATRIXSYNTH: iPad monkStep meets 70's TAPE Cassette Recorder │ Amida - haQ attaQ

Saturday, August 11, 2018

iPad monkStep meets 70's TAPE Cassette Recorder │ Amida - haQ attaQ


Published on Aug 11, 2018 Jakob Haq

"What it looks like when an iPad meets a 70's tape recorder! Amida is a vocoder infused progressive Dubstep track, heavily inspired by Tibetan monk throat-singing. I call it 'Monk Step' AmidA started as a remix of one of my earlier works named “Amitabha (Amitābha)” that I published four years ago. Yup it took four years to finish this "masterpiece". I’ve never taken so long to finish a track ever and I’m hoping I’ll never take this long with tracks in the future. Apps used in the production of this track: Steinberg Cubasis, KORG Gadget, Auxy, Virsyn Harmony Voice & iVoxel and more."

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