Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by Sweep » Sat Sep 04, 2010 9:49 pm

I've just put a new piece on my website called Gilli. It's number 35 in the music player (at http://sweep.infinite9ths.com). There's no 34 at the moment due to a software bug.)

All the modulated stuff - bird noises and other analogue modulations - was done with the Voyager. The other instrument was a DX7, played in the editing-while-playing style that seems to be unique to me. (If anyone knows of someone else who plays a DX7 like that, let me know, because I haven't been able to find anyone else who does it.)

A Roland V-Synth was used as a signal processor, and I also used two Lexicons, an MPX 550 and an MX200.
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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by EricK » Tue Sep 07, 2010 11:24 am

I recorded this several years ago, but if you go here:
http://www.reverbnation.com/rhythmicons
and find the track "Electrical Storm", this is an all Voyager track that I did on a Voyager PE back in 2006.

Gabe calls it my "Pink Floyd" song lol.

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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by tHEbUZZ » Tue Sep 14, 2010 10:42 am

I like your Etherferatu Score EricK, sweet track !

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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by EricK » Tue Sep 14, 2010 12:52 pm

Thanks!

You know, there is a video that goes with that, on youtube. Last Years halloween theremin contest video.

The only problem is the audio was screwed by youtube. I am in the process of reediting it with imovie and it should be perfect, aside from the video quality.


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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by tHEbUZZ » Wed Sep 15, 2010 8:38 am

Would love to see the video Eric

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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by EricK » Thu Sep 16, 2010 1:58 am

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ty6ISCBWv3k


Like I said, It was a combination of my filter setings, youtube compression and my lack of normalization prior to upoad. None of my gain lights were on and I noticed no clipping when I did any of the many outtakes for the perfect score.

Thanks for your interest.

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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by tHEbUZZ » Thu Sep 16, 2010 6:36 am

Still I'ts awesome though, cool details I think...
Trick or threat by an etherewave, just priceless. And the moog logo in the pumpkin :evil: haha
Mommy I'"m dubbing vocals, I told you never to bother me when I'm dubbing vocals ! brilliant

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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by monokit » Sun Sep 19, 2010 9:57 am


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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by EricK » Sun Sep 19, 2010 5:13 pm

tHEbUZZ wrote:Still I'ts awesome though, cool details I think...
Trick or threat by an etherewave, just priceless. And the moog logo in the pumpkin :evil: haha
Mommy I'"m dubbing vocals, I told you never to bother me when I'm dubbing vocals ! brilliant

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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by filtersweeperVCO » Sun Sep 26, 2010 8:41 am

SOmething new in the works.

Top one called Old Yellow.

http://soundcloud.com/filtersweeper/old-yellow
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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by psicolor » Wed Sep 29, 2010 4:28 am

New homepage for new recordings of our new funkband "Querulogists", featuring Moog Voyager and tons of other analogue gear. Listen now:
:arrow: http://www.querulogen.de
http://www.psicolor.de

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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by EricK » Wed Sep 29, 2010 11:17 am

I love funk. Im a bit divided, because I don’t know which is more fun to play, funk drums, funky slap bass or Moog. Im not a keyboard player though so…

I like the jazzy Rhodes call and response you were doing and Ive always liked to try and take a fast paced song and play a slow solo over it (To the Bridge).

Thats not you with the breasts in that photo was it? lol. Its kind of wierd though seeing Bob surrounded by nurses, doesn’t inspire the best feelings considering how he died and all but he would have probably chuckled about it.

I love Funk. Im digging yalls sound.

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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by psicolor » Thu Sep 30, 2010 4:47 am

Thanks for listening, EricK!

I think playing funk drums is a very hard job, not really fun, you have to be very disciplined, not to make too many variations. Our bass player has a lot of fun when we rehearse, he uses a looper pedal, so he has a lot of free time to drink coffee and watch the others playing ;-). I'm very satisfied with my role as a keyboarder in the band. I can do everything i want, because the music does not really depend on me.

The guys on the photo are no normal nurses, they are Querulogists, Experts in healing linearity and constancy. The woman with the brown cloths is a one of our most important member, she builds the medical devices which are needed to cure linearity (BTW, her devices healed me also!).
http://www.psicolor.de

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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by monokit » Sun Jan 15, 2012 4:26 pm

Voyager as drone machine:

http://vimeo.com/35098716

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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by moogslob » Mon Jan 16, 2012 12:57 pm

here's one with all Voyager, plus guitar (through the Voyager), Reason drum plus Voyager squelches and boooms, and vocals- we're working on a video for it, hopefully to be complete by next month! silly funky sci-fi: http://www.moped10.com/images/05_pod42.mp3
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