MATRIXSYNTH: Folktek Omnichord (No Talking, Explanation in the Description)

Thursday, February 07, 2019

Folktek Omnichord (No Talking, Explanation in the Description)

Published on Feb 7, 2019 Stefano Bertoli

"First session with Omnichord modified by Folktek, alone with a simple reverb from MR12.
I play the different instrument rows, there are four, one by one, with and without the modifiers: copper tongues placed right below the omnichord
chords section, that deeply influence the sound of each instrument.

00:00 First row (lowest one): a sweet organ like instrument capable of deep lows and flute-like highs

02:24 Second row (right above the Omnichord chord section): a "vibrato" synth voice deeply influenced by both modifiers and by rhythm
tempo knob as you can hear at 04:01

04:32 Third row: the first half (left side) is a rhythm composer, more keys you press more complex you add to the rythm. Second
half (right side) is a sort of bass sound generator.

06:33 Fourth row: an harmonium generator, breathy and nasal as it is supposed to be.

08:31 Of course it still does work like an original Omnichord"

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