MATRIXSYNTH: "SIRIUS - CHICAGO BULLS THEME SONG": THE ALAN PARSONS PROJECT Mini Cover On Korg Prophecy Solo Synth

Tuesday, October 06, 2020

"SIRIUS - CHICAGO BULLS THEME SONG": THE ALAN PARSONS PROJECT Mini Cover On Korg Prophecy Solo Synth


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"This video will demo the legendary 3-octave Korg Prophecy solo synthesizer (25 years old) by use of four default patches in a mini cover of The Alan Parsons Project's major 1982 hit "Sirius" from the superb album "Eye in the Sky". A great instrumental song that NBA basketball legends Chicago Bulls used as their theme song back in the day when Michael Jordan was the central force.

I used patch 'A20 Studio Mog 2' for the intro bass, 'B21 Clean Fuzz!' for the first lead pattern, "B45 Trance Arpegg!" for the second lead pattern and 'B36 Re-Bong Strings' bass support. Phew, almost like a Jordan, Pippin and Rodman arrangement by Phil Jackson. With a twist of Minor Key.

Video clips were recorded in 4K (60 fps) on a Panasonic Lumix GH5 and edited in Adobe Rush. Audio was recorded in 96 KHz 24 bit on a Solid State Logic 2+ thunderbolt 3 audio interface straight into Propellerhead Reason 9. FX like a bit of reverb, echo and mastering was added in post-production in Adobe Audition."

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