Special thanks to Peter Dyer! Peter Dyer plays keyboard for Mariah Carey, Aloe Blacc, Van Hunt, and others.
More info at: www.peterdyer.net. Available in 1080p HD.
Peter demonstrates some Mopho x4 factory sounds. Drums provided by Tempest, some effects used where noted.
This track is a live improvisation using 2 sequences programmed on Korg Radias, one sequence on Mopho, the drum line fron Electribe ESX-1, the pad from Nord Lead 3 and the fulte from Vrius Ti2.
All sounds are created by Alba Ecstasy and if you like them, you can visit the store:
Synth jam held on March 9th, 2013 by REWO (René van der Wouden). Recorded in one go.
Sequencing a DSI Mopho using a iPod Touch 4G running the Little Midi app w/Midi Mobilizer. The audio from the Mopho is routed back to the iPod via a iRig and filtered through Magellan Jr’s FX (delay/reverb) via Audiobus and then recorded in Audioshare. This pretty much pushes the iPod to its lmits as far as processing is concerned but it works.
Improvisation in one go by REWO on the Moog Minimoog Voyager supported with a 3-line sequence by the DSI Mopho, Moog Little Phatty and the Arturia MiniBrute. The bass-strings come from the Korg Wavestation EX.
REWO = René van der Wouden = www.renevanderwouden.net
Track that I made today. Sequenced with the MPC2500. Bassline is the MiniMoog Voyager. Pad is the DSI Prophet 08, lead is the DSI Mopho and the Drums are form the Vermona DRM mkiii.
The Pad is processed with the Moogerfoogers Phaser and MidiMurf. Mopho is processed with the LowPass filter and Analog delay.
Special thanks to my friend Analogmadness for sharing his foogers.
Hope you like it!
“By the way a clip to see me jaming with some of my equipment. The used instruments are:
A-100 Analog Modular System
Mopho filtered by EBBE & FLUT
Korg Kaoss Pad”
Tonestepa on Minimoog and Hyperdust on Nord Stage and Mopho. Beats and a repeating bass note are on Cubase (Maschine & Mopho bass), but the rest of the noise is live. There is a CP-251 connected to the Old School Moog, so Tony is controlling 2 LFO’s. One slowly oscillating the filter and the other affecting the pitch of Oscillator 2 with sync on. Nord Stage is providing a weird piano like sound, and the Dave Smith Mopho for the lead melody.
adimsimion shared this video with us – First synth jam on 2011 using the usual gear: Roland MC-307, Evolver DSI, Korg microX, Korg Z1, Waldorf Blofeld.
This year will start soon with new acquisitions: Korg microKorg, Clavia Nord Wave, a Mopho keyboard, and I want to upgrade my audio monitors: Adam A7x or Focal CMS50 I think. I didn’t decided yet what monitors to choose in 1000 euros price range. Will see!
Joseph Raglani has shared a couple of videos covering his process towards a new album
Decided to chronicle the making of the follow up to Of Sirens Born. We’ll see if I can keep it up. I’m just in the demo stage and getting some ideas down. What you see here is all played live (well with a few sequencers). I’ve found that long hair and funny hats help with this process.
I’m playing a Dave Smith Mopho keybord with a Tetra in tow. Doepfer A-100, Synthi-R, Moog Voyager Old School (sequenced by the MFB Step64) and the Tip Top Audio Z8000 is doing some modulation sequencing. Left hand is playing the melodic part, right hand is tweaking. I only say that because it’s a little hard to see what’s going on from this angle. Recorded Dec 6th, 2010.
A couple of patches featuring my Synthi clone, A Doepfer A-100 Modular system and my first first two or three runs with the Tip Top Audio Z8000 sequencer. In the last clip, all three of the aforementioned are being triggered by an old Univox SR-55 drum machine via the Doepfer A-119. Headphones are a must here. There is a lot of V.C. panning going on.
Some of the modules featured here are the
Buchla clones -
A-149-1, A-101-2 and the Plan B Model 13.
Analogue Systems -
Rs95e, Rs95, EMS Synthi filter, Ems Trapezoid Filter, VCA and EG.
Tip Top Audio Z8000
Plan B Model 14 and plenty of multiples are functioning as substitutes for the EMS pin matrix.
The rest are standard Doepfer modules with a little bit of history behind them… (I bought them from Bill Leeb about 10 years ago)