MATRIXSYNTH: "On The Run" Reconstructed by Moot Booxlé

Friday, November 02, 2018

"On The Run" Reconstructed by Moot Booxlé


Published on Nov 2, 2018

"I completely reconstructed Pink Floyd's synth classic "On The Run" using my Synthesizers.com and STG Soundlabs modular synthesizer. The main sequence was played from a Korg Minilogue, synced to an SQ-1 sequencer, which is playing the percussion sounds. The key ingredients to making this sound authentic are the STG Soundlabs Mixer and Sea Devils Filter, which is a recreation of the classic filter used on the original.

There are two sounds that required some additional processing:
The panning, whooshing sound at the beginning of the track was created by running white noise through a Leslie simulator (Amplitube 3).
The explosion at the end was created by "crashing" my Q115 Reverb (Accutronics) tank and then digitally lowering the pitch. It still didn't have enough impact so I layered an actual explosion sound underneath.

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THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR WATCHING!

All sights and sounds (C)2017 Moot Booxle Studios."

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