Ambient drone like improv using shapesynth an iPhone/iPod Touch polyphonic synthesiser.
A live improvisation jam by The Mush Orchestra. Recorded at Copenhagen Noise Lab on the 13th of April 2011. No processing, just straight out of the mixer.
Nord Modular G2, DIY midi-controller, Elektron Machinedrum UW, Korg Kaoss Pad 3 and a Mackie 1202 vlz3 mixer.
Every sound is made with the Nord Modular G2, the Machinedrum UW is only playing samples from it.
The Mush Orchestra is a project by Rasmus Nyåker who is also oone half of the ambient duo FEJLD. Their album is availible as a free download – more info at:
Dataline and Koshi Mazaki – Jamming it out!
Octatrack – Monomachine – Machinedrum only!
MD and MNM are fed into Octatrack.
No presets or anything, straight action!
We’ve been messing around with our Moog Minimoog Voyager in a semi-modular way and with the little Trax Rota-Synth sequencer to create some pulsing new sounds for our upcoming album. So here’s a little snippet of an experiment.
No computers involved!
Oh and the sound was captured with the camera microphone, so it isn’t pristine, but still cool
Alka operates the Synthi A. Part 1 of 2.
Filmed and edited by Todd Steponick.
Animation by Nice, with additional sound design by At Work.
Sunday afternoon improvising a groove on the Doepfer Modular with live Minimoog. The Old School version links so well with the Doepfer Coltrol Voltages.
There is a type of Japanese painting where you paint with water on a special stone. It can look beautiful but after a short time it dries and is gone forever. A doepfer modular is a bit like that. I’ll never get this sound again – you just have to live in the moment.