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Postby namahshaman » Fri Apr 20, 2012 8:46 am

Let's get a thread going with Voyager videos and recordings. . . I would love to see/hear what everyone has been up to with their beastly behemoth. :D

(I'm still working on one, it'll be up soon).
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby ekkoarkitekt » Fri Apr 27, 2012 10:34 am

Hi

Im a longtime-lurker on this terrific forum....I guess a piece of music would be a great way to introduce oneself :)

Here´s a spacey-ambient piece I´ve done. All sounds are done on my Voyager:

http://soundcloud.com/ekkoarkitekt/two

The piece is from ambient album released a couple of months ago. It´s called "Book Of Fixed Stars" and features 10 tunes done on analog synths.....

Please enjoy
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby david » Sat Apr 28, 2012 7:45 pm

What?!
No Drum MAchine?!?! :D

Very tasty timbres!

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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby Firechild » Fri May 04, 2012 2:00 am

Here is a song with only 1 Voyager RME but multitracked a lot :D
A little bit of Vangelis and Jean-Michel Jarre touch on the production.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tWRDytkqMM
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby Steve » Fri May 04, 2012 8:47 am

My AE Voyager with a Radias. The Guitar sounds are a overdriven resonator gtr.
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby n2design » Mon May 07, 2012 1:28 am

ekkoarkitekt wrote:Hi

Im a longtime-lurker on this terrific forum....I guess a piece of music would be a great way to introduce oneself :)

Here´s a spacey-ambient piece I´ve done. All sounds are done on my Voyager:

http://soundcloud.com/ekkoarkitekt/two

The piece is from ambient album released a couple of months ago. It´s called "Book Of Fixed Stars" and features 10 tunes done on analog synths.....

Please enjoy
ekkoarkitekt / Anders Mortensen



Sounds really good, guessing there was some effects though. esp. per the drone? nice work!!
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby namahshaman » Tue May 22, 2012 7:07 pm

Wow. Really cool sounds, everyone. Now I'm a little embarrassed to post mine. :lol:

Ah well, here's a little trippy ditty I worked out in my hotel room on the road with Voyager (multi-tracked), EHX DMM, and MF-108. Recorded into Ableton Live. Let me know what you all think. Any advice/recommendations for recording technique/quality will be greatly appreciated.

http://soundcloud.com/transmute-11/moogshroom
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby fyvewytches » Wed May 23, 2012 3:41 am

namahshaman wrote:Wow. Really cool sounds, everyone. Now I'm a little embarrassed to post mine. :lol:
http://soundcloud.com/transmute-11/moogshroom


no need to be embarrassed, sounds real y nice !!

Here's my latest upload http://soundcloud.com/ianman/ascent-one (warning: berlin school ! :shock: )
My latest track, Wearing a Hat of Stars pt1 http://soundcloud.com/ianman/wearing-a-hat-of-stars-pt1
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby namahshaman » Wed May 23, 2012 8:39 am

thanks, fyvewytches.

Very cool piece, I really enjoyed it. You've definitely got some scoring skills, I'd like to see that accompany a good film. :D
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby fyvewytches » Thu May 24, 2012 1:26 pm

namahshaman wrote:thanks, fyvewytches.

Very cool piece, I really enjoyed it. You've definitely got some scoring skills, I'd like to see that accompany a good film. :D


Me too !!! I would love to do film music.

Actually the only time I got paid to make music was for a documentary... but I was still just a guitarist back then !
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby praxisaxis » Fri May 25, 2012 1:16 am

I hear a lot of ex-Voyager owners whinging about how it's not rough and hard enough... OK, sure I think it's true nature is deep, smooth and complex, but I personally have no trouble coaxing guts out of it.

The bassline in this tune is made with a voyager - there is a little processing but not a lot.

http://soundcloud.com/praxisaxis/vedic-machines-preview-4
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby Fordy » Sat May 26, 2012 5:20 pm

So heres one that features the voyager on lead:

http://soundcloud.com/andyford69/impressions-part-i-short

My influences are mainly Jarre, Oldfield and Kraftwerk but not sure how much of those are in here or how you would classify it other than electronica.

Anyway this is the short un-mixed version, the full version will be available on YouTube when it's finished.

Please enjoy (or not, lol)!
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby Kenneth » Thu May 31, 2012 5:46 pm

http://soundcloud.com/ynnek001/space-odyssey-2/s-lrPCO

This is the first recording I have done with my Voyager! Just finished it a few minutes ago. :D
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby Logodave » Thu May 31, 2012 6:22 pm

Kenneth,

That is nice. Ambient but percussive as well. Reminds of something from a movie soundtrack.
I pictured a busy park downtown at rush hour.
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby thealien666 » Thu May 31, 2012 9:09 pm

Nice, easy going music piece there, Kenneth ! I liked the "glide" sound starting at around 4 minutes...

Nice guitar playing too, by Nathan. Kudos to you guys.

P.S. A small piece of nitpicking if I may, the "volume pumping" caused by the (too) heavily compressed recording (or overuse of a limiter possibly), removes any kind of subtleties and blends everything into a pulp. You should let the music "breathe" a little more. But then again, the way it is now, maybe that's what you were looking for ? If so, simply disregard this post scriptum.


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