MATRIXSYNTH: Sea People - Hardware / No DAW Jam #36

Thursday, September 06, 2018

Sea People - Hardware / No DAW Jam #36


Published on Sep 6, 2018 Jay Hoskins

Title: Sea People
Genre: Electronic Melodic Ambient Downtempo
Artist: Rite Rain Causality - Jay Hoskins

In this track the Tonestar 2600 provides the bass line sequenced by the Timbrewolf. I wanted to try longer patterns in the eurorack so all four channels of the Timbrewolf are used and switched through a sequential switch. The gates are independent of the cv and generated by the Turing machine. The Minilogue provides an initial pad and then a melody is recorded live into the sequencer. The circuit is doing drum duty and additional bass reinforcement. Finally the MS-20 is adding some lead pads. Delay and reverb are from the Flashback and Hall of Fame.

Played live without a computer and recorded directly from the mixer outputs.

Equipment
- Soundcraft Signature 12 MTK mixer
- ALM Busy Circuits - Pamela's New Workout + Pexp 1
- Music Thing Modular - Turing Machine
- Studio Electronics - Tonestar 2600
- Mutable Instruments - Braids
- Mutable Instruments - Rings
- Xaoc Devices - Belgrad
- Xaoc Devices - Batumi
- Tiptop Audio - uZues
- Doepfer - A-151 Seq. Switch
- Synthrotek MST 07 Buffered Multiple
- ADDAC System - Intuitive Quantizer
- Deopfer - A-140 Envelope Gen
- Expert Sleepers - Disting Mk4
- Happy Nerding 3x VCA
- Happu Nerding 3x MIA
- Synthrotek MST - Stereo Out
- Hexinverter Electronique - MIDI2CV
- Make Noise - Rene
- AI Synthesis - AI001 Multiple
- TINRS - Tuesday
- Noise Engineering - Loquelic Iteritas
- Noise Engineering - Basimulus Iteritas Alter
- Mutable Instruments - Streams
- Lifeforms SV1
- Korg - SQ-1
- Korg - MS-20
- Korg - Minilogue
- Arturia - Keystep
- Novation - Circuit
- TC Electronics - Hall of Fame
- TC Electronics - Flashback
- Akai - Timbrewolf"

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