MATRIXSYNTH: Anyma Phi: Sequenced using a groovebox & Roli Seaboard Rise 25

Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Anyma Phi: Sequenced using a groovebox & Roli Seaboard Rise 25


Aodyo Instruments

"In this demo, Romain sequences the Anyma Phi using a simple MC-303 groovebox.

All sounds are generated by the Anyma Phi, except for kick provided by the groovebox :
- a plucked string + a VA oscillator (bassline), going into filter, resonator and a little phaser
- a resonator plus delay
- an external input source (kick drum mixed into the Anyma Phi and passed through a filter + resonator)

NB: encoder response to be improved.

Demo and sound design by Romain Bricout.

Anyma Phi blends the classic ingredients of electronic music with physical modeling technology, allowing it to simulate acoustic sound sources, such as strings or reeds, as well as resonating structures, like wood, glass, or metal."

Anyma Phi: Played using a Roli Seaboard Rise 25

"In this demo, Romain plays the Anyma Phi using a Roli Seaboard Rise 25, directly plugged into the Anyma Phi USB port. He made a hybrid beefy bass patch made of physical modelling and virtual analog elements (VA oscillator and 24 dB/oct ladder filter).

Demo and sound design by Romain Bricout."

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