MATRIXSYNTH: Making Music With Iconic AMS Reverbs & Delays!

Thursday, July 02, 2020

Making Music With Iconic AMS Reverbs & Delays!

Alex Ball

"A video looking at the AMS 1580S and the AMS RMX 16, which were early digital effects units that helped define the sound of recordings in the late 70s and early 80s.

In the video I use them to process sounds within a song I’m recording and demonstrate what they do during the production.

0:00 Intro
1:01 Processing the Roland TR-77 with the DMX 15~80S
2:38 Processing the SCi Drumtraks with the RMX 16
3:10 RMX 16 Program Demonstration
4:45 RMX 16 Non-linear Explanation
5:35 RMX 16 Non-linear Demonstration
6:26 DMX 15~80S Delay Modulation Explanation
7:08 DMX 15~80S Delay Modulation Demonstration
8:07 Sampling with the DMX 15~80S
9:41 Processing the Yamaha DX7 with the DMX 15~80S
10:13 Processing Lead Vocals with the DMX 15~80S
10:55 Processing Group Vocals with the DMX 15~80S
12:09 Processing the Roland System 100m with the DMX 15~80S
12:45 Processing DI'd Guitar with the RMX 16
13:45 The Final Result (Full Performance)"

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