Live Ambient Improv – Angstrom’s Looper VST w/ Waldorf Blofeld, Roland XV-5050, Roland Alpha Juno 1, Roland HS-60, MicroKorg, and Arturia Minibrute.
“The audio and video isn’t totally in sync – my camera doesn’t have an audio in, and without a beat, it’s hard to sync up. It’s close enough for ambient though.”
Minibrute now embeded in the noisesystem
minibrute CV out – E350 morphing terrarium
E350 morphing terrarium – minibrute line in / mixed with other MB waves
joystick modulating E350 waves
andy = midi master keyboard
mpc = midi clock / drums
In this Video Neil takes a detailed look at the advanced features of the Arturia Mini V, An expanded software emulation of the classic MiniMoog Vintage Synthesizer.
Nice space music synth clip featuring the MiniBrute from its more mellow side of things;
“First trip out for a new arrival. Lots of things on YouTube show how aggressive the MiniBrute can be. It can also be very, very pretty if you ask it nicely. Tenori-on sequencing Tinysizer and providing a simple beat for processing via the Monotron.
Normal service will be resumed shortly once I get rid of the Dusseldorf vibe that’s been bothering me recently.”
And here are the background details:
Using the minibrute as test subject. Programmer is feeding pitch and filter cutoff cv. Pitch cv is being run through a quantimator
Earlier this week we saw Adrian trying out the Arturia MiniBrute now it is time to check out his own studio and large synth collection
Source visited Portishead’s Adrian Utley in his home studio to get his reactions to the Arturia MiniBrute analog synth. While we were there Adrian gave us a tour of his analogue synth collection (the stuff that was there, that is!).
Massive thanks go to Adrian Utley for kindly letting us visit, and for sharing his thoughts.
Information on the Arturia MiniBrute can be found here:
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For more on Portishead and Adrian Utley:
Arturia had the privilege to interview Adrian Utley, guitarist and synthesist from the world renown trip-hop outfit Portishead.
In this exclusive video shot in Bristol, Adrian shares his love for the MiniBrute analog synthesizer that he just got, and takes us on a massive sonic journey by hooking it up to his trustworthy Echoplex tape delay.
Check the full version here:
A little teaser on what is happening behind closed doors at the labs of Retronyms:
Working on some new features for Tabletop. Hardware featured in this video: Arturia Spark, Akai LPD8, Korg NanoKey 2, M-Audio Axiom 25. Tabletop devices: Goblin MX-8, Glitchboard, RS4000, RS3, Gridlok, 3EQ, Krush.
Neat new analog synthesizer I just unwrapped for the second time. First one didn’t work, this one does, but I think it may still have some issues/quarks/features. However, perhaps that is all part of the analog experience they didn’t want to leave you without on it.
All you can eat analog sounds
We are introducing a new movie to celebrate the release of the V Collection 3.0, which includes no less than 10 of our finest software instruments. You will be able to witness the off-beat and sometimes surreal world of Wayne, a young aspiring producer, and follow him in his quest to the ultimate sound.