This Is Not The End (original instrumental with Animoog 2 and Eigenharp)

December 22, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized 

New video from Geert Bevin, details below:

A first composition with Animoog 2 and my Eigenharp Alpha.

I’m using a single sound patch in Animoog that totally changes based on how I touch the keys on the Eigenharp. The sound ranges from something akin to a polyphonic theremin to percussive glass sparkles as well as everything in between. This patch was based on one of Animoog’s Acoustic Expansion Pack patches.

This can be freely downloaded from SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/gbevin/this-is-not-the-end

Animoog 2 has improved its MIDI handling tremendously and together with an iConnectMIDI interface, I’m able to send the Eigenharp expression data to Animoog at full rate without any decimation. Creating and playing music with Animoog is now a very emotional experience. Currently this only reacts to polyphonic aftertouch, but I’m hopeful that Moog might ultimately add full support for Voice-Per-Channel MIDI, maybe even at 14-bit resolution.

Animoog sounds amazing to me and is amongst the top software synths I’ve played.

Comments

Leave a Reply




Get Adobe Flash player