MATRIXSYNTH: Behringer Odyssey + VC340 + Neutron Demo Song

Tuesday, September 03, 2019

Behringer Odyssey + VC340 + Neutron Demo Song

Premiered 7 hours ago RuFo Music

This one was spotted and sent in via Soviet Space Child.

"This is a demo song made with Behringer Odyssey, Behringer VC340 (the one in the blue video through an Electro Harmonix Smallstone analog phaser) and Behringer Neutron, as well as two software synthesizers (Reveal Sound "Respire" for bright arpeggios and Rob Papen "Predator" for bass), because yes digital and analog synths can coexist side by side. This is a new piece, and not based on the previous demo sequence.

Many synth demos show only sounds and features, but I want to show the musical side of it and make a piece of music - that is after all what they are made to do! In all the technical discussions, let's not forget about the music!

The video shows a live performance of the dual-voiced lead of the song, where I play the Odyssey and Neutron (Neutron is controlled by a Roland MIDI keyboard), and they alternate which synth is leading and which is following. This was a technically difficult piece to play due to the multitasking of two voices, recording the result into Reason, and filming with a camera strapped to my head at the same time, but it was also good fun!"

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