MATRIXSYNTH: Arturia Matrixbrute: Tangerine Dream Covers

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Arturia Matrixbrute: Tangerine Dream Covers

Published on Sep 5, 2018 wedream2


1. Matrixbrute: Tangerine Dream's "Sorcerer"
11/12 tracks from Tangerine Dream's soundtrack to the movie "Sorcerer" serve as inspiration for showcasing Arturia's Matrixbrute in split mode. Each sequence is accompanied by 2 additional sounds alternately selected by modulating programmed parameters in real time. (Track 9 "Abyss" is skipped as the sequence and sounds are uninteresting compared to other tracks.)
If you are unfamiliar with Tangerine Dream's soundtrack, I recommend listening to the original first. That way you will appreciate the Matrixbrute's emulation, especially since it's a monophonic synthesizer.
2. Matrixbrute: TD sequences from Phraedra to Tangram
Another demonstration of the Matrixbrute in split mode. More excerpts from Tangerine Dream Sequences: Phraedra, Rubycon, Ricochet, Stratosfear, Cloudburst Flight, Force Majeure, and Tangram. All sounds from Matrixbrute in real time. Additional reverb added. The purpose is to show how versatile split mode can be, assigning different oscillators to the sequencer and to the lead, and using real time controls to transform the sound of the lead and sequence.
3. "Mind at Large" Tangerine Dream's Rubycon
Music slide-video interpretation of Tangerine Dream's Rubycon album.The last image (just prior to the receding universe sequence) with the unconscious astronaut lying on the ground is the clue to what the entire project is about, suggested by the title.
4. Matrixbrute: Tangerine Dream--Logos
My fourt video of Matrixbrute in split mode, borrowing sequences from Tangerine Dream. Logos is my #1 favorite TD album. It is a lot more complex than their earlier works, so it was quite a challenge. I recorded each part seperately and then pasted them together. It would take an ensemble of synthesizers to do a decent cover. Still, the monophonic Matrixbrute pulls its own weight.
5. Matrixbrute: Tangerine Dream & Chris Franke
My 5th video demonstrating Matrixbrute in split mode, using excerpts from Tangerine Dream group & solo albums. Sounds on the right side of the split are morphed using MW and expression pedal controls, demonstrating more sounds than are apparent with a monosynth. All sounds are from Matrixbrute, performed and recorded in real time. Avalanche Run reverb and delay added on some excerpts.

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