MATRIXSYNTH: This Yamaha CS80 Live Multitrack Recording is Stunning



Friday, November 18, 2022

This Yamaha CS80 Live Multitrack Recording is Stunning


video upload by Andy Whitmore

"After recording the bass & pad, I record 5 takes down. In this video, you see the 5 takes - unedited from the beginning of the track to the end - complete as they are recorded.''Since the release of my video - 'Yamaha CS80: The Most Iconic Sound Machine of All Time', I’ve had requests for specific videos including: 'Famous tracks using the CS80'How to program a CS80'CS80 vs the Jupiter 8'Could you demo the bass line from the 1980 Doctor Who theme? 'Have you recorded any of your performances where you (a) demonstrate technique on the instrument??''& more.''So today – as requested – I have built an instrumental from scratch & recorded exclusively the CS80 to do all the parts.''I have split the video into 4 separate videos''The making of 'Colourful Mountains'''1'How To Make A Track With The Famous Yamaha CS80''Here I take a basic drum pattern from Splice, then lay a bass sound using 3 different sounds from the CS80 including a sine wave for the bottom end.'I lay the chords & a CS80 brass part referenced from Rosanna by Toto.'I then lay a Vangelis inspired sequence part'Wind fx inspired by CS80 wizard – Kent Spong'Then I lay 3 live takes of CS80 which work together to complete the production'2'This Yamaha CS80 Live Multitrack Recording is Stunning'After recording the bass & pad, I record 5 takes down. In this video, you see the 5 takes - unedited from the beginning of the track to the end - complete as they are recorded.'3'Three Yamaha CS80s – Live in Action!'I have taken the last 3 live takes I recorded & play them simultaneously to show an exciting interaction of 3 CS80s jamming together! '4'Yamaha CS80 dissected – how does it sound?'Hear the dry takes in solo that made up 'Coloured Mountains'. I have taken CS80 dry stems, so that you can hear the synth on its own in solo.''Thanks for watching''Andy Whitmore''https://greystokestudio.com/ 'https://www.andywhitmore.com/"

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