another berlin school nuovo track showcasing STGs stuff

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another berlin school nuovo track showcasing STGs stuff

Post by lilakmonoke » Sun Jun 24, 2012 6:10 am

im currently deep into old (new) school sequencing, here is one out of the lab. this is how its done:

- the sequencer including the envelopes is programmed in Pure data via es-3. its based on euclidian patterns and revolving melodies. main thing is it gets this amazing microsecond precision. thats very important if you start stacking things and want them snappy.

- 2 lines of one melody through the same euklidian pattern but in a different revolving pattern.

- 2x e350 into .MIX -> korgasmatron hpf -> z2040 LPF -> .VCA -> cwejman spacial phaser

- remix those two line and feed them back into the korgasmatron in stereo mode for added gain dependent saturation. thats sounds almost like tape to me.

- add tape delay, reverb and about 3db final compression with vos thrillseeker.

the .mix makes for a fat attack sound and the .vca renders it in this wonderful natural voice. great stuff again stg!

download this, put it on endless looping and feel happy for hours!

http://tindeck.com/listen/dwae

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Post by elgato » Mon Jun 25, 2012 12:34 pm

would have guessed there was a lpg involved, really nice sounds, i like it
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Post by lilakmonoke » Mon Jun 25, 2012 1:52 pm

thanks! no, no lpg but good idea! have to try it with a QMMG next. there is always a lot of ringing in the resonance of lpgs so im not shure if it works for this type of music.

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Post by Oldstench » Mon Jun 25, 2012 2:42 pm

Lovely.

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