MATRIXSYNTH: Blood 2 - Novation Summit as a Looper Improvisation using a Jogging House fine fine preset

Sunday, December 22, 2019

Blood 2 - Novation Summit as a Looper Improvisation using a Jogging House fine fine preset

Published on Dec 22, 2019 -CALC-

"Jogging House has made some of the best sounding presets I've heard recently for the Novation Peak. Here is one of those patches loaded onto Summit.

This one uses the delay set to infinite feedback as a looper. The Animate switch then kills the feedback control to remove parts of the loop. It has to be one of the cleverest patches I've seen on the instrument.

I also adore the sample from Gavin Bryars "Jesus Blood never failed me yet". It is found sound of the highest quality and a quite wonderful/emotional story too. A chance snapshot of a forgotten history.

I do not own this sample or copyright and if I'm told to I will take this down (fingers crossed I'm not)."

JAMMZZ - 15 minutes messing around with various things (including some Rossum Electro Pan Harmonium)

Published on Dec 22, 2019 -CALC-

"This is a fairly long jam but was fun to make.

Essentially experimentation with Rossum Panharmonium and Launchpad X in custom mode controlling Octatrack.

First half of the track is a prepared sequence then it moves into improvised beat/looping territory, Using the super smash button to fire in small glitches into flex machines.

Full list of gear used listed at the end

The Launchpad x is very close to being the best controller I've ever used for the Octatrack. The 4 custom modes are set up to give access to mutes, sampler record trigs and faders, in a live situation it is a very strong experience (especially with light feedback).

The Rossum Electro Pan Harmonium is on another planet too. The FFT analysis and re-synthesis is one of the most interesting things I've ever used."

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