Saturday, January 01, 2022

Moving On

video upload by Martin Peters

"The initial idea for this track is that it uses a 4 chord progression centered around the note E to give the music some variation. The chords are Em, C, C#m and D Major Add 9. I recorded several takes last week with a solo on the Minimoog but I was never satisfied or could not get the solo right. Last week I also got the Boss SY-200 Synthesizer pedal for I was curious what it could do. After using it a week I have got mixed feelings on the pedal but maybe I have got to explore it a little bit more. I am not a big fan of using guitars in electronic music, but in this video I use it for the solo part. It's not perfect but I wanted to get this track out and move on with other things, hence the title.

Anyways, the track starts with a bass on the, percussive noise from the Korg ARP Odyssey and a sequence from the Tom Oberheim SEM. After that sequences are added from the Weston Precision Audio PAO and Verbos Harmonic Oscillator Eurorack modules, the DSI Mopho, the Moog Prodigy and the Modular. The strings are from the Roland JD-800. The guitar solo is performed on a Gibson Les Paul Studio through the Boss SY-200 pedal with some 'Pat Metheny like' sound. Hope you will like it.

You can listen or download the track on Bandcamp:"

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