two pieces of gear
two pieces of gear
Time for some Machinedrum GND action again.
Blofeld+Analog Heat MK2
learning Bitwig. Having fun!
Some Gear and FX. Live Recording.
Edit : I think it deserves a description
Drums : AR MkII > CXM 1978 Reverb
Melodies : Digitone > Microcosm, Typhon > EHX Platform
FX Sounds : A4 MkII
Additional Color : AH MkII (Boost Circuit)
Something on the Digitakt. Chopped drum break and some synth stuff from the Digitone and Skulpt.
Techno Techno Techno Techno!
some fly buzzing sounds from lyra. well, it’s a bit annoying, but lyra is fun.
My espresso machine started making modular noises and I thought, “Hmm, I should sample this,” but then I realized that the water reservoir was empty.
Only MD machines with a static machine on OT playing a long field recording in background.
PRO3, DFAM, assorted junk and samples
Prophet 12 pad and Perfourmer arp in this one.
And some Machinedrum GND machines only stuff. Poppy kind of feels.
Loving this, I would like to get my hands on a MD again one day, I was lent one for a while and failed to make the most of it
Thank you @killingtime.
Thanks a lot! By no means am I making the most of the MD - after all, I’ve been using just the GND machines for two and a half months now, ha! - but I’ve embraced it more as a groovebox or 16-track digital synth than before. Heck, it’s kinda more than 16 tracks because you can do chords with just one track. I was doing similar stuff with the MD before the X.04 firmware but the fact that I couldn’t tune the machines as nicely as now made it frustrating. For me the X.04 update is nothing short of a miracle.
I think maybe the right approach is to use one machine constantly until you know it inside out?!
9 Moog voices into the modular with a little A4 perc
for each of the 9 Moog voices. Lovely groove in this one, also starts moving along really nicely towards the end!
Yeah, getting to know a piece of gear isn’t rocket science. But it takes patience, which isn’t one of my virtues. MD jams have just been so much fun after the X.04!
…and some drony sounds (a couple of VST sound sources and some piano driven through the preamps of a Fostex 4-track) to close the night, as it’s past midnight here in Finland.