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Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Sun Nov 22, 2015 10:25 pm
by Poptones
A simple live recording featuring a Minitaur, a Sub 37, a MF-104, and a Volca Beats:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42O1WKvA4HQ

Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Mon Nov 30, 2015 1:56 pm
by mezonoxian
Good people,

Say hello to Low Lane!
This a project that started entirely on a Moog Sub 37. Me and a long time collaborator sat down and started playing with ideas, with the Sub 37 as a starting point. The result evolved beyond just the Sub, and became something bigger than first expected, but we went along with it (I see it as proof of the inspiration within Moog products)!
It became something raw, dynamic and spontaneous - four extreme songs that roller coast through kraut, punk and avant garde.
The lyrics are a smooth blend of stream of consciousness nursery rhymes dadistically blended with passages from random pages of books that speak directly to the center of your being.
This first release will take you through the atmosphere to the center of the macrocosm and back again. Enjoy! And stay tuned for the coming releases!

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Please have a listen! :) Thank you!
https://lowlane.bandcamp.com/releases

Three Moog Mother-32s

Posted: Tue Dec 01, 2015 9:00 pm
by jido-genshi
This is a very rough and sloppily played tribute to seb17320's excellent "Mos-Lab 15 demo" video I posted a couple of weeks back. I wanted to see if I could pull-off something close using three Moog Mother-32s. The playing is really rough (due to attempting to play a solo on the little buttons instead of keys) the sequence is not very close to the original, and the video editing in general is crap (I couldn't figure out how to do Seb's 4-way split screen) but I hope everyone can appreciate the spirit that this demo was intended in! I used a touch of Valhalla VintageVerb on each part.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6FicsoscQS4

(I wish this forum allowed videos to be embedded so people don't have to click out to a different window.)

Re: Three Moog Mother-32s

Posted: Wed Dec 02, 2015 8:06 am
by mezonoxian
jido-genshi wrote:This is a very rough and sloppily played tribute to seb17320's excellent "Mos-Lab 15 demo" video I posted a couple of weeks back. I wanted to see if I could pull-off something close using three Moog Mother-32s. The playing is really rough (due to attempting to play a solo on the little buttons instead of keys) the sequence is not very close to the original, and the video editing in general is crap (I couldn't figure out how to do Seb's 4-way split screen) but I hope everyone can appreciate the spirit that this demo was intended in! I used a touch of Valhalla VintageVerb on each part.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6FicsoscQS4

(I wish this forum allowed videos to be embedded so people don't have to click out to a different window.)


i thought this was really awesome!
i also really like your "something simple" video, i've watched/listened to it many times. makes me want to buy mother-32 too :)

Re: Three Moog Mother-32s

Posted: Wed Dec 02, 2015 4:24 pm
by jido-genshi
mezonoxian wrote:
jido-genshi wrote:This is a very rough and sloppily played tribute to seb17320's excellent "Mos-Lab 15 demo" video I posted a couple of weeks back. I wanted to see if I could pull-off something close using three Moog Mother-32s. The playing is really rough (due to attempting to play a solo on the little buttons instead of keys) the sequence is not very close to the original, and the video editing in general is crap (I couldn't figure out how to do Seb's 4-way split screen) but I hope everyone can appreciate the spirit that this demo was intended in! I used a touch of Valhalla VintageVerb on each part.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6FicsoscQS4

(I wish this forum allowed videos to be embedded so people don't have to click out to a different window.)


i thought this was really awesome!
i also really like your "something simple" video, i've watched/listened to it many times. makes me want to buy mother-32 too :)


Thank you! I really appreciate the kind words. :)

Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Sat Dec 05, 2015 3:03 pm
by thealien666
My latest cover of a 1979 song called Moskow Diskow by Belgian group Telex. It might bring back memories for some of you. Done on Minimoog D, Ensoniq SQ-80, Alesis Ion (Vocoder) and DR-880.

Enjoy !

https://soundcloud.com/thealien666/mosk ... r-by-alain

Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Sun Dec 06, 2015 12:11 am
by jido-genshi
thealien666 wrote:My latest cover of a 1979 song called Moskow Diskow by Belgian group Telex. It might bring back memories for some of you. Done on Minimoog D, Ensoniq SQ-80, Alesis Ion (Vocoder) and DR-880.

Enjoy !

https://soundcloud.com/thealien666/mosk ... r-by-alain


That was fun! Great job!

Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Sun Dec 06, 2015 6:22 pm
by thealien666
Thanks jido-genshi ! :D

Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Thu Dec 10, 2015 3:47 pm
by eXode
Don't do too much "pure" music these days, but I thought that I'd post two short pieces anyway:

Monumental is a multi-track recording of the Studio Electronics Boomstar 5089.
This is a desktop synthesizer with discrete components (MIDI and digital LFO though) and a transistor ladder filter (I believe it uses a variant similar to the Source).
https://soundcloud.com/exodesound/monumental-5089

Rising Wind is another multi-track recording, but of the Boomstar SE80 (with Yamaha CS-80 filter).
Except for different filter implementations the Boomstars are identical.
I've also used a drumloop from my music recording software in this piece.
https://soundcloud.com/exodesound/rising-wind-se80

FX were applied quite generously on both pieces. :)

Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Thu Dec 10, 2015 4:09 pm
by Karl Mergel
Hi

Just released my first album on Spotify, iTunes, etc.

The Space Between Us is an album / EP with five songs in one way or another interprets space , from space between us humans and the universe's unfathomable space (as if no space between us humans would be unimaginable big enough) .

On the album , I use almost exclusively analog monophonic synthesizers and effects made ​​by Moog , which are often recorded " live" without direct retakes .

The idea of ​​the album is that the songs and arrangements should be simple and transparent and provide space for the listener's own interpretations and ideas of space between us humans and the universe's unfathomable space .

This is music for reflection and contains a lot of sadness and melancholy.

https://open.spotify.com/album/36QxosIZ6FHk92nRqBuerw

Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Sun Dec 13, 2015 4:56 pm
by jido-genshi
Karl Mergel wrote:Hi

Just released my first album on Spotify, iTunes, etc.

The Space Between Us is an album / EP with five songs in one way or another interprets space , from space between us humans and the universe's unfathomable space (as if no space between us humans would be unimaginable big enough) .

On the album , I use almost exclusively analog monophonic synthesizers and effects made ​​by Moog , which are often recorded " live" without direct retakes .

The idea of ​​the album is that the songs and arrangements should be simple and transparent and provide space for the listener's own interpretations and ideas of space between us humans and the universe's unfathomable space .

This is music for reflection and contains a lot of sadness and melancholy.

https://open.spotify.com/album/36QxosIZ6FHk92nRqBuerw


Would love to hear this... what's your band name? There are a LOT of "The Space Between Us" Albums from various artists on iTunes! I don't (won't!) use Spotify.

Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Mon Dec 14, 2015 2:51 am
by DonutDude
I found it on iTunes by searching for Karl Mergel.

Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Mon Dec 14, 2015 7:34 am
by Karl Mergel
jido-genshi wrote:
Karl Mergel wrote:Hi

Just released my first album on Spotify, iTunes, etc.

The Space Between Us is an album / EP with five songs in one way or another interprets space , from space between us humans and the universe's unfathomable space (as if no space between us humans would be unimaginable big enough) .

On the album , I use almost exclusively analog monophonic synthesizers and effects made ​​by Moog , which are often recorded " live" without direct retakes .

The idea of ​​the album is that the songs and arrangements should be simple and transparent and provide space for the listener's own interpretations and ideas of space between us humans and the universe's unfathomable space .

This is music for reflection and contains a lot of sadness and melancholy.

https://open.spotify.com/album/36QxosIZ6FHk92nRqBuerw


Would love to hear this... what's your band name? There are a LOT of "The Space Between Us" Albums from various artists on iTunes! I don't (won't!) use Spotify.


Sorry, I missed it, my artist name is Karl Mergel. :oops:
/Karl

Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Wed Dec 16, 2015 1:59 am
by Struble
Here's a song I wrote earlier this year after listening to too much Carpenter one day.

http://illiteraterainbow.tumblr.com/post/110261909790/ive-been-watching-a-lot-of-80s-horror-movies-in

Re: Share your synthesizer music!

Posted: Thu Dec 17, 2015 6:39 pm
by Kenneth
Greetings, Moogers! It's been a while since I last visited, so I'll post my latest bit of recorded music. I did this earlier today: https://soundcloud.com/glacieracademy/wend-arpeggi

The sounds are all from the DSI Pro-2 (I sold my Voyager to get it :shock: ), and I ran it through Strymon El Capistan and EHX Cathedral.