Sound Lab Mark II Playing Anitras’ Dance From Peer Gynt
Edvard Grieg’s Anitras’ Dance from Peer Gynt reallized on the Sound Lab Mark II and ULTIMATE analog synthesizers.
“This is multi-track MIDI driving MIDI to CV which drives the MFOS Sound Lab Mark II and the MFOS Sound Lab ULTIMATE. The MFOS Gate and CV Distributor and MFOS Delayed Modulation Module were also used in the production. Since both synths are mono all MIDI was broken down to mono tracks (no chords allowed) and each MIDI track played through the MIDI to CV convertor/synth combination one at a time. I set each patch to what I thought sounded good in the position and I think in the end it seems to work. I tweaked and mixed and tweaked and mixed and tweaked and… I’ll stop there. ALL sounds are purely from the MIDI driven synths including the triangle. I wanted it to sound analog synthetic but not too “cheesy” (you’ll have to be the judge… be kind). Reverb and panning were applied during mix down. I used SONAR 8.0 Producer to mix down the tracks (well over 20 stereo). Sorry about the sucky quality of the video. I forgot to mention that I designed and built the analog synthesizers. If you want to build one go to www dot musicfromouterspace a dot and a com for free plans and reasonably priced PC boards. Hey! Working on a student or independent film and need an analog synth builder/music producer? Lets talk. You can get hold of me via my web site musicfromouterspace dot com.”