MATRIXSYNTH: BURG - Fontenay Escape (Moog Subsequent 37 vs Strymon)

Tuesday, September 03, 2019

BURG - Fontenay Escape (Moog Subsequent 37 vs Strymon)

Published on Sep 3, 2019 ollilaboratories

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Track info:

Getting back on track after some time away from the studio, best recipe is to scale things down and focus on just one instrument. Today the Moog Subsequent gets a rundown, a moody laid back tune that that popped up straight off the bat when i turned the sub37 on.

All you hear in the track is the subsequent 37, with bass loop from the same pre-recorded into the EHX 720 stereo looper which kicks in halfway through the track. FX on duty is ICE delay algorithm on the timeline, plus a modulated room reverb in the bluesky.

The sub37 Filter envelopes are set to looping/latched, so the synth is in latch mode all through the track, forcing me to adapt my playing on the keyboards to ensure proper demarcation of the single and duo mode (set to low note prio) when alternating between one and two keys pressed.

This playing technique give a very wide palette with just the one sound, no need to swap patches, just play two notes for more mellow melodies, alternate to one key mono style for that larger 2VCO sound.

Gear Used:
- Moog Subsequent 37
- Strymon Timeline
- Strymon Bluesky
- Electro Harmonix 720 Stereo Looper

All recorded down on 2 track, Zoom H5

#moog #subsequent37 #strymon"

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