MATRIXSYNTH: Sounds of the Seventies Jam (full version) all-analogue Eurorack Modular

Tuesday, November 05, 2019

Sounds of the Seventies Jam (full version) all-analogue Eurorack Modular


Published on Nov 5, 2019 DreamsOfWires

"Live/real-time performance with a 70's-inspired Eurorack modular system, including AJH Synth modules based on a complete R.A.Moog era Minimoog and the 914 fixed filter bank from the Moog Model 55 modular synth. Turn on Subtitles for commentary.

I listen to a lot of so-called 'Berlin school' electronic music that featured these instruments, but I could never afford the originals, so having such a quality instrument in Eurorack format that's this close in terms of sound and technology is really special. This rig is closer to a Model 15 in terms of modules, but goes way beyond it in features and capabilities. The AJH Fixed Filter Bank 914 also has more functionality than its namesake, and my next video will spotlight this filtering monster, explaining a little more about what it does.

All modules are by AJH Synth, and I've also used their Precision Voltages, Ring SM, and Wave Swarm in this composition.

Sequences are driven by an Arturia Keystep, and overlaying notes played manually from a USB keyboard into an Expert Sleepers FH-2, then into the modular.

Recorded into AUM on an iPad, using Audio Damage Dubstation 2 delay and ShimmerFX reverb.

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