MATRIXSYNTH: BURG - the quiet earth (ms-20, monologue, eurorack)

Sunday, March 31, 2019

BURG - the quiet earth (ms-20, monologue, eurorack)

Published on Mar 31, 2019 ollilaboratories

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Sorry for the long silence, I have been working hard on finalising a future release.. this track is the final puzzle. Stay tuned for more soon :)

This track really revolves around the ms-20 and monologue, but there are so many small layers and bits all around the place that helps to build a foundation for the melody to rest on. The eurorack takes care of some advanced percussion, noise tools (white noise hhs), plonk for toms, BIA for some metal style percussion. Braids and Rings does some random sequences with washes of clouds and shimmer reverbs.. small textures to help fill the small gaps inbetween the beats.

TR-8S does 707 kick and snare plus some simpler hihats, bass from the volca bass sequenced from digitone. Avalon does what is does best, square melodies adding some delay FX from the analog four.

All in all it feels very uptempo, but only clocking in at 99bpm.. :)

I hope you will enjoy this one!

Peace // BURG

Gear Used:

- KORG ms-20
- KORG monologue
- KORG volca bass
- KORG volca keys
- Roland TR8S
- Elektron Digitone
- Elektron DIgitakt
- Elektron Analog Four
- Avalon Bassline
- KORG kaosspad (vocal samples)

Modular Sound Sources:

- 1U noise tools, uVCF HPF (hihats)
- Plonk, toms
- BIA, percussion
- Braids Waveshaping Saw/Square, Ripples LPF, uClouds
- Rings
- Morphagene, Piano chopping (KORG grandstage)

Modular Grid Links:

- Main rack:
- Control rack:

FX on modular rack:

- Strymon Timeline
- Keeley Caverns, delay and shimmer reverb

FX on ms-20

- Strymon el Capistan (not visible in video)
- Presonus Plate reverb (in mixer)

FX on KORG monologue

- Presonus Plate Reverb (in mixer)
- Presonus Ping Pong Delay (in mixer)

FX on KORG volca keys

- ms-70 CDR, Filter PP delay, Particle Reverb"

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