MATRIXSYNTH: Synthetic jam w/ Elektron Analog Rytm MkII, Analog Four MkII, Monomachine MkII, Analog Heat MkII

Monday, August 19, 2019

Synthetic jam w/ Elektron Analog Rytm MkII, Analog Four MkII, Monomachine MkII, Analog Heat MkII


Published on Aug 19, 2019 Jay Hosking

"A live, semi-improvised performance, all on hardware, and inspired by all the existential science fiction I've been reading/watching/playing/writing. Now that I'm digging into the Analog Rytm MkII a little more, I'm really enjoying how its performance mode and fill button can vary a song while playing live. And once again, the Monomachine serves multiple roles, this time as a beautiful and weird vocal synth, external audio processor of the Rytm, and drum machine.

Elektron Analog Rytm MkII — Sample playback/mangling, drums
Teenage Engineering OP-1 (not shown) — Two samples played from the Rytm (busy synth sequence, high flute)
Elektron Analog Four MkII + Elektron Analog Heat MkII — Four synth parts (bass, arp, melody, harmony)
Elektron Monomachine MkII — Vocal synth, External audio processing of Rytm, Drums

The OP-1 samples were written a bunch of months back, but otherwise the song was composed and arranged in the last couple of days. Performed entirely live and uploaded as is, with only a little compression/limiting on the master.

https://jayhosking.bandcamp.com/"

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