MATRIXSYNTH: Alias Zone: The Dream Catcher (by Chris Meyer of Learning Modular)

Friday, December 11, 2020

Alias Zone: The Dream Catcher (by Chris Meyer of Learning Modular)

Learning Modular

"Created for the December 2020 edition of Resident Electronic Music

Composed & performed by Chris Meyer of Learning Modular (aka Alias Zone):
• Tardis and Monster modular synths
• Waldorf Iridium, Korg Z1 & Wavestation AD polysynths
• rain gourd, woven basket shaker, goat toenail rattle (processed through modular)
• voice by Navajo (DinĂ©) elder Harry James from the Q Up Arts sampling collection Voices of Native America

Index of sounds and when they first appear:
00:02 rain gourd processed through Mutable Instruments Rings, plus modular reverb and echo)
00:14 woven basket shaker + goat toenail rattle processed though modular reverb and echo, sampled, looped, and played through a 1010music Blackbox.
00:30 Korg Z1, using its complex arpeggiator as well
00:59 twin bass voices: Synthesis Technology E352 VCO through Xaoc Devices Belgrad VCF, and Livewire AFG + SSF/WMD Spectrum through Rossum Evolution VCF, sequenced by a Five12 Vector
01:30 Navajo elder phrases, re-timed and played back from a 1010music Bitbox, processed with a Mutable Instruments Clouds
02:59 Waldorf Iridium
04:50 4ms Spherical Waveform Navigator through WMD Overseer stereo filter
05:59 Korg Wavestation AD layered with the Z1 (both played by the Z1’s arpeggiator)
08:50 another “slow motion solo” on the Iridium

Details of how the individual sounds were created are being covered on the Learning Modular Patreon channel:"

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