MATRIXSYNTH: ARP and Antonus 2600 with Step Brother session 2

Wednesday, July 24, 2019

ARP and Antonus 2600 with Step Brother session 2

Published on Jul 24, 2019 wutierson

"Real time composition and performance with Antonus 2600, Antonus Step Brother Sequencer and original ARP 2600 (grey face).

No more instruments are involved in this recording, just real time with no multitrack and no extra processing. The mix is done using the different patching mix points of each 2600 to finally have a 2 tracks to make the stereo and this stereo signal does directly to the recording sound interface.

Of course is not as polished as a multitrack session production (better mix balance, gain controls, extra effects…) , but the idea is to show the sound as is, direct from the instruments so you can see the performance possibilities of this setup in real time. Very useful was to have analog spring reverb built in each 2600 to adjust every sound with space position in the mix.

The track maybe can be long for some audiences because the intention is to show the manipulation of the parameters so most of the process and techniques can be seen while you’re listening.

In this track the Antonus Step Brother is driving all the sequences, percussion triggers and accents, and also brings extra modulations so there is a strong relation with the ARP and Antonus 2600 in every moment. Also the ARP and Antonus are sharing some patching points to share modulations and processing each with other.

We invite you visit our works with Antonus:"

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