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Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Tue Mar 31, 2015 6:19 pm
by Poptones
JohnLRice wrote:My latest:

They'll Know It Works Or Not If The Children Survive
https://youtu.be/Jw5gm9iK-LY


Very nice! I like the simultaneity of calmness and disturbance that is stimulated by the interplay with the video.

Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Wed Apr 01, 2015 12:03 am
by JohnLRice
Poptones wrote:
JohnLRice wrote:My latest:

They'll Know It Works Or Not If The Children Survive
https://youtu.be/Jw5gm9iK-LY


Very nice! I like the simultaneity of calmness and disturbance that is stimulated by the interplay with the video.
Thank you, I'm glad you liked it! 8)

Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Thu Apr 02, 2015 5:30 pm
by axisdeer
After a ten year hiatus, Axis Deer returns. Ive never posted here before, but have been reading the moog forums for a long time. Thankyou for your time and thanks for listening!

https://axisdeer.bandcamp.com/releases

Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Fri Apr 10, 2015 5:12 pm
by Poptones
I've uploaded a track that only features sounds I've done with the Sub 37 (27 tracks in total):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=04tH1bGkSHc

or:
https://soundcloud.com/pauldither/again-and

The youtube file has a slightly better quality.

Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Sun Apr 12, 2015 7:20 pm
by MoogProg
Here's short piece I did this afternoon, using mostly Sub37, with a MicroBrute playing the step sequence and Dr. Synth on pads (with some help from EQD). Tracks were recorded live with the step-sequence as "click". Delays were manually synched, and printed to track.

https://soundcloud.com/michael-h-geimer/ambientone

Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Mon Apr 13, 2015 5:28 pm
by monsterjazzlicks
Hi folks,

A couple of Yamaha DX21 offerings here I conjured up over the weekend.

Normalized, Delay and Limiter added in Cubase Artist 8.

These two compositions/patches are with reference to Joe Zawinul and each lasting around 2 x min's each. Took a good few takes to get them anywhere near close because harmonically, both damn tunes modulate everywhere! lol :shock:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fBz3mQD_Mc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZJLX6VXzCM

Thanks in advance for listening . . .

Best,

Paul

Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Mon Apr 13, 2015 7:04 pm
by DonutDude
Thanks Paul.
Checked out your youtube channel - you've been really prolific these past few months with the songwriting. Lots of nice ideas/hooks.

Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Mon Apr 13, 2015 7:32 pm
by monsterjazzlicks
Cheers Donut,

DonutDude wrote:Checked out your youtube channel - you've been really prolific these past few months with the songwriting. Lots of nice ideas/hooks.

I appreciate you listening.

Some guys write pieces that go on for 45 x min's! I got a long way to go before I reach that level! lol Though these last two ("Zawi's") could be scored out for a band and have a SOLO SECTION added.

Ta,

Paul

Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Tue Apr 14, 2015 10:02 am
by benulous
Hey Guys! I'm gonna throw my latest work into the fray. I've been playing synths, programming, playing bass and writing songs (with my singer/cowriter) in SlowEarth since 2001. We've released 6 albums and this latest one was an absolute bear. I actually worked on it for almost 5 years! It's a concept double-album that I wrote the whole framework for using:

Waldorf Microwave XT, Nord Lead 1 & 2, Moog Rogue, Ensoniq ASRX, Alesis ION, Ensoniq SQ1, Kurzweil K2000, Access Indigo 2, Shortwave Radio and various boxes, effects and soft synths. I write all my demo stuff on my home computer using Logic, then bounce down stems and bring them to our studio where we load them into Protools and further produce and track all the live instruments (bass, guitar, vocals).

Anyhow, ever since I heard The Wall when I was a kid, I've always wanted to make a sprawling electronic-rock hybrid concept album. So, I wrote a story about searching for connection and meaning in a world ruled by illusion. The first half is about chasing that illusion; the construct of the american dream... and the second half is about building a new construct based on making connections, love and trust...I think it's pretty neat. Maybe some of you guys will, too. After we finished this album several months ago, I sold off most of my gear (I was sick of it all) and started building my new rig for what my next project will be built upon. I started with getting a Dave Smith Tempest and this STUNNING All White Voyager XL along with an arsenal of moogerfoogers (Koma Elektronik BD101, MF-102, MF-103, MF-104m, MF-108M....and my MF-105M is arriving TODAY to complete my collection!). The last thing I'm going to get is going to be the Soundcraft Signature MTK 12 when the damn thing is released...

Here is CONSTRUCT (free to stream):
https://slowearth.bandcamp.com/album/construct

I hope you enjoy! There's enough there, that I'm certain there'll be at least ONE thing any one of you may like. ;)

-Ben

Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Thu Apr 16, 2015 2:55 pm
by Kenneth
benulous wrote:Hey Guys! I'm gonna throw my latest work into the fray. I've been playing synths, programming, playing bass and writing songs (with my singer/cowriter) in SlowEarth since 2001. We've released 6 albums and this latest one was an absolute bear. I actually worked on it for almost 5 years! It's a concept double-album that I wrote the whole framework for using:

Waldorf Microwave XT, Nord Lead 1 & 2, Moog Rogue, Ensoniq ASRX, Alesis ION, Ensoniq SQ1, Kurzweil K2000, Access Indigo 2, Shortwave Radio and various boxes, effects and soft synths. I write all my demo stuff on my home computer using Logic, then bounce down stems and bring them to our studio where we load them into Protools and further produce and track all the live instruments (bass, guitar, vocals).

Anyhow, ever since I heard The Wall when I was a kid, I've always wanted to make a sprawling electronic-rock hybrid concept album. So, I wrote a story about searching for connection and meaning in a world ruled by illusion. The first half is about chasing that illusion; the construct of the american dream... and the second half is about building a new construct based on making connections, love and trust...I think it's pretty neat. Maybe some of you guys will, too. After we finished this album several months ago, I sold off most of my gear (I was sick of it all) and started building my new rig for what my next project will be built upon. I started with getting a Dave Smith Tempest and this STUNNING All White Voyager XL along with an arsenal of moogerfoogers (Koma Elektronik BD101, MF-102, MF-103, MF-104m, MF-108M....and my MF-105M is arriving TODAY to complete my collection!). The last thing I'm going to get is going to be the Soundcraft Signature MTK 12 when the damn thing is released...

Here is CONSTRUCT (free to stream):
https://slowearth.bandcamp.com/album/construct
Hey benulous, welcome to the forum! I'm checking out your stuff right now, sounding really good so far. Thanks for sharing!

I hope you enjoy! There's enough there, that I'm certain there'll be at least ONE thing any one of you may like. ;)

-Ben

Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Fri Apr 17, 2015 10:30 am
by benulous
Thanks Kenneth! I'm one happy moogerfooger.

Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Sat Apr 18, 2015 10:26 pm
by monsterjazzlicks
Hey,

<"The Baby Cat!" (Seaman - 2015)>

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhBMlox8zUg

You can't get a much more quasi-Corea-synth ending than as on this here CODA! :wink: lol

Same YAMAHA DX21 patch used in 3 x different ways . . .

Best,

Paul

Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Tue Apr 21, 2015 10:41 am
by namahshaman
I shared the video of this on an individual thread, but this one seems to get more attention :oops: :lol:

So, here's the Soundcloud link: https://soundcloud.com/namahshaman

And once again, the youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wtz574YZyY8

I welcome all feedback :D Thanks.

Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Thu Apr 23, 2015 8:08 pm
by noddyspuncture

Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Fri Apr 24, 2015 1:05 pm
by mmarsh100
http://www.pantanosoftware.com/music/StormOverAnza.wav

Done with my MOTM modular about 112 years ago. Multitracked. Part of the CD "Absolute Truth" released under Cult of the Individual. Enjoy!

*EDIT* 112 years! Feels that way...