MATRIXSYNTH: Moog Subharmonicon Workflow - with Chase Bliss Tonal Recall and AD EOS2

Sunday, May 24, 2020

Moog Subharmonicon Workflow - with Chase Bliss Tonal Recall and AD EOS2


Published on May 23, 2020 Morning Strategy

"Absorb some sounds from the Moog Subharmonicon through a thorough coat of delay from the Chase Bliss Tonal Recall. Patch from scratch: 7:18.

32:50 is my favourite glump - and it only took 25 minutes to get there...

I've been dubbing this synth the "Subharm" in my file management and social comments. The battle with this synth is to get those sub harmonies to play along, to make fewer waves and stop hurting each other, do less harm. I'm working my way underneath them to choose the compatibles, and it's a good fight.

Long-form video demos lately, not sure why, but I'm enjoying them more from both the creator and receiver side of YouTube. They're little ambient EPs that stand alone, apart.

Unrelated: I'm starting a vidcast on family hiking, hence the sub-footage.

Present and observe,
Andy"

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