BRUNO ENDER LEE – “Galactic Moog 2″ – performed live August 24. 2013
MiniMoog Voyager Old School (bass), Moog Little Phatty Stage II (arpeggios), Moog Etherwave Theremin, Arturia MoogModular V (fx-sequence)
composed, arranged & produced by Bruno Ender Lee; 2013 Velvet Voyage Productions
Live set using Elektron Machinedrum SPS-1 UW mk2 and Monomachine SFX-60 mk1, as well as small modular synthesis system.
As performed at the Diskordance night of 14/8/2013 at The Green Door Store, Brighton.
Triple Volca’s in action, details below:
My first Volca Trio ensemble Playing something from scratch ( except Beats’ drum loop ) with all of Volca series, Beats, Bass and Keys. I forgot the passage of time when I played this, that’s why this became little bit longer video, sorry about it.
In this video bass and keys are controlled by MIDI keyboard ( KORG KROME ).
SFX by VOX DelayLab and Lexicon MX200.
Live Session, playing with some easy synth patches of the sound collection “Basic Tones”, 128 presets for NanoStudio by Blip Interactive.
More infos: www.app-sound.com
Arturia MiniBrute (not shown in the video) is running its arpeggiator and sending its notes as gate pulses to Korg Monotribe (Sync in). Monotribe plays the drum sequence and also the bass notes with some Sample & Hold modulation on the filter. The lead is a custom preset for the Novation MiniNova.
Live recorded jam session; mainly to demonstrate some analog/hybrid synths.
“Unfortunately since I had only 1 hand free I couldn’t tweak that much realtime and also had to move fast on switching between synths, so there might be some delays. Only pre-recorded tracks were the drums and the synth midi tracks, which was basically 1 loop. This is not a worked-out track, but maybe I will do so one day No effects used, only some minor mastering/compression on the total mix.”
Made using Vidrhythm for iOS
Background video description:
Four years ago somebody suggested that I should do “Milkway Promenade” by Milkways.
Well, better late than never!
Anyways – not milkways – I play it on a small collection of small Yamaha keyboards. Most of them works with FM synthesis except the PSS-12 that uses Advanced Wave Memory.
Clavia’s product specialist Tomas Johansson demonstrating an awesome patch with multiple layers of Arpeggiators using two Nord Lead 4′s (6 slots used in total / 1,5 Nord Lead 4:-)).
All elements (3 percussion sounds and 3 synthesizer sounds) are triggered live (no external sequencers).
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