MATRIXSYNTH: Sequence #8 // 0-Coast, Digitakt, Spitfire Audio BBC Symphony Orchestra

Tuesday, December 22, 2020

Sequence #8 // 0-Coast, Digitakt, Spitfire Audio BBC Symphony Orchestra

Stefano Mattia - Eon Edge

"I finally got around to setting up my 0-Coast with my newly acquired Digitakt, all synched up with Logic Pro via Overbridge. It took me a while to figure it out but everything is working amazingly now. I don't even need an external audio interface anymore, I can hook up my 0-Coast into the Digitakt input ports, and have the Digitakt act as an audio interface itself. All channels, including the external ones, are acquired and recorded independently in Logic via Overbridge.
As I first test, I wanted to make some sort of ambient techno, with some nice punchy drums and a little bit of orchestra in the background. As usual, I got carried away a bit. But I thought it might be useful to share my first attempt, hopefully someone more experienced than me will comment with some precious constructive feedback.
In the long run, I want to get better at programming drums and arranging tracks and I hope that the Digitakt will help me in that compartment.
Let me know what you think of it :)"

1 comment:

  1. hey Stefano,

    I'm Stefan. I think it's an excellent start, you don't hear much orchestral backing of an 0-coast! I would add one counterpointed trumpet or oboe, right in the middle. My 2 cents for what's worth, Cheers & Happy Holidaze.


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