MATRIXSYNTH: BURG - Froesen In Time (Subsequent 37, novation peak, Nord Lead A1)

Monday, January 07, 2019

BURG - Froesen In Time (Subsequent 37, novation peak, Nord Lead A1)

Published on Jan 7, 2019

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This was just one of those things that happened as a happy accident, I had a 8 step sequence in my head for some time due to overconsumption of TD and wanted to just get it out of my head into a sequencer. While programming it, I was like.. what the heck, let's record something. :)

The KORG grandstage has a decent string machine emulation / sample which i use on the intro. Also from the grandstage but recorded in the 720 stereo looper is a Rhodes piano loop.

NLA1 does bass pads + a loop I recorded into the ditto, a rotary/tremolo and LFO modulated slow arpeggio thing. They both pass through the empress reverb which uses the Ghost algorithm, heavy on modulation.

The peak does 8 note sequence programmed using the Keystep. Some internal minor modulation on filters, with an LFO plus Envelopes. Internal peak FX are only used on this sound.

Sub 37 does the most complex things on this one, 3 distinct variations on one and the same patch.

The first one is vanilla lead with some filter drive, with no modulation 2VCO + very little sub.

Second part is that I also do a super fast arpeggio which i turn on just to add some extra spice toward mid track, using the same sound.

Lastly, I turn up the EG on the filter on which I have set the filter envelope looping so i can adjust the speed of the loops with the attack knob to create a pingpong effect you hear at the end. While playing with the attack turned up in the beginning it sort of sounds like a normal LFO.

I hope you like this one!


Gear Used:

- KORG grandstage + Particle, Eventide Space, 720 looper
- Nord Lead A1 + empress reverb and ditto looper
- Novation Peak
- Arturia Keystep
- Moog Subsequent 37 + RE-20, BlueSky

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