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Re: Your Music
« Reply #380 on: November 06, 2018, 07:23:07 PM »
Oooh, I  like that change at 7:26.  This could be in a movie soundtrack or something.  This is one of my top favorites on your postings Sacred Synthesis.

Thanks, Soundquest.  That's actually what it's supposed to be for.
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Re: Your Music
« Reply #381 on: November 11, 2018, 09:29:30 PM »
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Re: Your Music
« Reply #382 on: November 13, 2018, 08:05:31 AM »
Love those filter sweeps at the end. I am a sucker for them.
Prophet 12, Modal 002, MFB Dominion 1, Behringer DeepMind 12D, Korg Polysix & EX-8000, Roland JX-8P, Ensoniq SQ-80, Kawai K3m and now an OB-6!

Re: Your Music
« Reply #383 on: November 13, 2018, 12:47:27 PM »
Thanks, Sandy.  That's the 2-pole filter. 
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Re: Your Music
« Reply #384 on: November 26, 2018, 01:58:42 PM »
New, all-Prophet 6 recording of a track that originally came out in 2007 and got used in a weird clip that went viral. Before it was pulled, it hit something like 6,000,000 plays, so by some standard, this is my massive worldwide hit! Uh...

I hope no one takes offense at the lyric - the song is aimed at fundamentalists; it's not mocking any religion per se. Anyway, it's a catchy tune and loaded with synths, what else is there in life?!

https://soundcloud.com/anton-barbeau/automatic-door-synth-remake-2018-mix-1

Re: Your Music
« Reply #385 on: December 01, 2018, 01:10:22 PM »
Recently I got around to watching 1974's House Of Seven Corpses and it's quickly become one of my favorite films. It was awesome to see stars of the 40s and 50s like John Ireland and Faith Domergue and John Carradine star in a 1970s horror flick about a film crew filming a horror film in a legit haunted house. Some genuinely creepy moments with a really creepy choir based score. I decided to do a little tribute to this flick. Not a cover but my own composition inspired by the flick.

I used the Sequential Prophet X for this one with two choir samples split across the keyboard. With loads of Reverb, BBD Delay and a thick Phaser over top of them. There's also some Hammond organ samples and Ambient samples underneath too. I also used various cymbal samples loaded with long delays to add to the atmosphere.

There is some incidental Moog Sub 37 bleeps and bloops saturated in reverb and delay as well.

© Everett Dudgeon 2018
℗ Everett Dudgeon 2018

https://soundcloud.com/user-523209234-123574856/house-of-seven-corpses-prophet-x-moog-sub-37
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Prophet 6, Prophet X, Moog Sub 37, Oberheim SEM-Pro, Tempest Drum Computer, Roland V Piano, Fender American Stratocaster, Roger Linn Adrenalinn iii, Origin Effects Cali76 and SlideRig compressor, ASUS Zenbook Pro Computer, Soundcraft MTK 22 Mixer, Mark Of The Unicorn Digital Performer 10 Software.

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Re: Your Music
« Reply #386 on: December 01, 2018, 08:03:16 PM »
Recently I got around to watching 1974's House Of Seven Corpses and it's quickly become one of my favorite films. It was awesome to see stars of the 40s and 50s like John Ireland and Faith Domergue and John Carradine star in a 1970s horror flick about a film crew filming a horror film in a legit haunted house. Some genuinely creepy moments with a really creepy choir based score. I decided to do a little tribute to this flick. Not a cover but my own composition inspired by the flick.

That is a great piece Lobo!

Re: Your Music
« Reply #387 on: December 01, 2018, 08:26:08 PM »
Recently I got around to watching 1974's House Of Seven Corpses and it's quickly become one of my favorite films. It was awesome to see stars of the 40s and 50s like John Ireland and Faith Domergue and John Carradine star in a 1970s horror flick about a film crew filming a horror film in a legit haunted house. Some genuinely creepy moments with a really creepy choir based score. I decided to do a little tribute to this flick. Not a cover but my own composition inspired by the flick.

That is a great piece Lobo!

Thank you! I've really been getting into doing non synthesizer sounding soundtracks using the Prophet X. With maybe some incidental synth textures here and there to compliment the orchestral stuff. Especially when the soundtrack is minimalistic and utilizing only a few instruments. There is a certain charm when a soundtrack is just a piano, organ, trumpet and single cello or a line up a Rhodes piano, basic mono synth (Moog or ARP) and jazz drummer.
Prophet 6, Prophet X, Moog Sub 37, Oberheim SEM-Pro, Tempest Drum Computer, Roland V Piano, Fender American Stratocaster, Roger Linn Adrenalinn iii, Origin Effects Cali76 and SlideRig compressor, ASUS Zenbook Pro Computer, Soundcraft MTK 22 Mixer, Mark Of The Unicorn Digital Performer 10 Software.

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Re: Your Music
« Reply #388 on: December 01, 2018, 10:26:43 PM »
Recently I got around to watching 1974's House Of Seven Corpses and it's quickly become one of my favorite films. It was awesome to see stars of the 40s and 50s like John Ireland and Faith Domergue and John Carradine star in a 1970s horror flick about a film crew filming a horror film in a legit haunted house. Some genuinely creepy moments with a really creepy choir based score. I decided to do a little tribute to this flick. Not a cover but my own composition inspired by the flick.

That is a great piece Lobo!

Thank you! I've really been getting into doing non synthesizer sounding soundtracks using the Prophet X. With maybe some incidental synth textures here and there to compliment the orchestral stuff. Especially when the soundtrack is minimalistic and utilizing only a few instruments. There is a certain charm when a soundtrack is just a piano, organ, trumpet and single cello or a line up a Rhodes piano, basic mono synth (Moog or ARP) and jazz drummer.

The small incidental sounds added a lot of atmosphere.  You did a good job with the levels of those sounds. They added with distracting.




Re: Your Music
« Reply #389 on: December 02, 2018, 12:38:24 AM »
Recently I got around to watching 1974's House Of Seven Corpses and it's quickly become one of my favorite films. It was awesome to see stars of the 40s and 50s like John Ireland and Faith Domergue and John Carradine star in a 1970s horror flick about a film crew filming a horror film in a legit haunted house. Some genuinely creepy moments with a really creepy choir based score. I decided to do a little tribute to this flick. Not a cover but my own composition inspired by the flick.

That is a great piece Lobo!

Thank you! I've really been getting into doing non synthesizer sounding soundtracks using the Prophet X. With maybe some incidental synth textures here and there to compliment the orchestral stuff. Especially when the soundtrack is minimalistic and utilizing only a few instruments. There is a certain charm when a soundtrack is just a piano, organ, trumpet and single cello or a line up a Rhodes piano, basic mono synth (Moog or ARP) and jazz drummer.

The small incidental sounds added a lot of atmosphere.  You did a good job with the levels of those sounds. They added with distracting.

Thank you! :)
Prophet 6, Prophet X, Moog Sub 37, Oberheim SEM-Pro, Tempest Drum Computer, Roland V Piano, Fender American Stratocaster, Roger Linn Adrenalinn iii, Origin Effects Cali76 and SlideRig compressor, ASUS Zenbook Pro Computer, Soundcraft MTK 22 Mixer, Mark Of The Unicorn Digital Performer 10 Software.

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Re: Your Music
« Reply #390 on: December 02, 2018, 08:36:46 AM »
That was obviously supposed to say “without distracting”

Re: Your Music
« Reply #391 on: December 02, 2018, 03:58:26 PM »
That was obviously supposed to say “without distracting”

Lol ;)
Prophet 6, Prophet X, Moog Sub 37, Oberheim SEM-Pro, Tempest Drum Computer, Roland V Piano, Fender American Stratocaster, Roger Linn Adrenalinn iii, Origin Effects Cali76 and SlideRig compressor, ASUS Zenbook Pro Computer, Soundcraft MTK 22 Mixer, Mark Of The Unicorn Digital Performer 10 Software.

Re: Your Music
« Reply #392 on: December 07, 2018, 10:39:18 AM »
One of my top 10 favorite films of all time...maybe even in my top 5! 1963's ground breaking film Blood Feast. Without it, there would be no slasher movement of the 70s and 80s. PERIOD! Absolutely adore H.G. Lewis and all his works and much like John Carpenter, Lewis also did the music for his films!

The theme for Blood Feast is simple but iconic with it's kettle drums and trombone playing a slow dirge.

The Prophet X is the only synth on this and unlike most of my other works, I wanted to use it in a more "Traditional" sense as opposed to as a synthesizer. I designed some faux kettle drums with some tonal percussion samples, a monophonic trombone, clunky upright piano and single violin.


Enjoy! And the next time you are at a wedding...make sure you contact Fuad Ramses for his catering service! I hear he does an excellent Egyptian feast!!! MWAHAHAHA!


℗ Everett Dudgeon 2018

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJNrbnwqDAo
Prophet 6, Prophet X, Moog Sub 37, Oberheim SEM-Pro, Tempest Drum Computer, Roland V Piano, Fender American Stratocaster, Roger Linn Adrenalinn iii, Origin Effects Cali76 and SlideRig compressor, ASUS Zenbook Pro Computer, Soundcraft MTK 22 Mixer, Mark Of The Unicorn Digital Performer 10 Software.

Re: Your Music
« Reply #393 on: December 18, 2018, 11:30:37 PM »
Amando de Ossorio's immortal Spanish horror series, The Blind Dead is beloved by many fans. The images of the sightless, undead Templar Knights emerging from their tombs on skeleton horses should be considered one of the definitive icons of horror.

The soundtrack for the Blind Dead films was done by Antón García Abril. It's incredibly minimalistic and relies heavily on atmosphere. I tried to recapture this with the ever versatile Sequential Prophet X.
Hope you all enjoy!

©Everett Dudgeon 2018
℗Everett Dudgeon 2018

https://vimeo.com/307207358
Prophet 6, Prophet X, Moog Sub 37, Oberheim SEM-Pro, Tempest Drum Computer, Roland V Piano, Fender American Stratocaster, Roger Linn Adrenalinn iii, Origin Effects Cali76 and SlideRig compressor, ASUS Zenbook Pro Computer, Soundcraft MTK 22 Mixer, Mark Of The Unicorn Digital Performer 10 Software.

Re: Your Music
« Reply #394 on: December 20, 2018, 11:21:52 AM »
An original piece!! A tribute to one of the greatest science fiction films ever! Mario Bava's immortal Planet Of The Vampires. No overdubs or outboard effects. Everything is done in real time and with the onboard effects of the Prophet X. I think the organ and eerie reversed whispers really capture the gothic essence of vampires while some cinematic stingers and oscillator bleeps and bloops capture the classic 1950s/60s outer space feel. Loads of Plate Reverb and BBD Delay enhance the atmosphere.

Hope you all enjoy!

©Everett Dudgeon 2018
℗Everett Dudgeon 2018

https://vimeo.com/307554261
Prophet 6, Prophet X, Moog Sub 37, Oberheim SEM-Pro, Tempest Drum Computer, Roland V Piano, Fender American Stratocaster, Roger Linn Adrenalinn iii, Origin Effects Cali76 and SlideRig compressor, ASUS Zenbook Pro Computer, Soundcraft MTK 22 Mixer, Mark Of The Unicorn Digital Performer 10 Software.

Re: Your Music
« Reply #395 on: December 20, 2018, 01:23:26 PM »
Hope you all enjoy!

I think that's my favorite piece of yours that I've heard so far. Thanks for sharing it!
Prophet 12, Modal 002, MFB Dominion 1, Behringer DeepMind 12D, Korg Polysix & EX-8000, Roland JX-8P, Ensoniq SQ-80, Kawai K3m and now an OB-6!

Re: Your Music
« Reply #396 on: December 20, 2018, 03:58:52 PM »
Hope you all enjoy!

I think that's my favorite piece of yours that I've heard so far. Thanks for sharing it!

Thank you! I recently have been experimenting with the idea of composing a piece entirely on the PX without the use of overdubs. With the sliders and mod wheel bringing in various sounds. Glad you enjoyed it! :)
Prophet 6, Prophet X, Moog Sub 37, Oberheim SEM-Pro, Tempest Drum Computer, Roland V Piano, Fender American Stratocaster, Roger Linn Adrenalinn iii, Origin Effects Cali76 and SlideRig compressor, ASUS Zenbook Pro Computer, Soundcraft MTK 22 Mixer, Mark Of The Unicorn Digital Performer 10 Software.

Re: Your Music
« Reply #397 on: December 20, 2018, 05:41:11 PM »
Another original! Continuing to experiment with using the Prophet-X for an "off the floor" type composition with no overdubs or external effects. The inspiration is my favorite Tobe Hooper film (yes, even more so than Texas Chainsaw Massacre) Eaten Alive aka Death Trap aka Starlight Slaughter aka Horror Hotel aka Legend Of The Bayou and probably a dozen other alternate titles.

I tried to capture the feel of a swampy bayou with the use of a digeridoo and dobro guitar droning along with samples of water splashes and "psycho sounds". There's some synthesized sample and hold sounds which help add to the uncomfortable atmosphere.

Hope you enjoy and remember if you are ever lost in the bayou, just look for old Judd's place, The Starlight Hotel. He's a friendly fellow and even has a pet you can play with. ;)

©Everett Dudgeon 2018
℗Everett Dudgeon 2018

https://vimeo.com/307608503
Prophet 6, Prophet X, Moog Sub 37, Oberheim SEM-Pro, Tempest Drum Computer, Roland V Piano, Fender American Stratocaster, Roger Linn Adrenalinn iii, Origin Effects Cali76 and SlideRig compressor, ASUS Zenbook Pro Computer, Soundcraft MTK 22 Mixer, Mark Of The Unicorn Digital Performer 10 Software.

Re: Your Music
« Reply #398 on: December 27, 2018, 11:21:43 PM »
New song with Sequential Circuits Pro One (and some non-Sequential synths) I have owned since 1981: it is called "Something For Nothing".  Please tell me how you like the song and how it can be improved.  The song is at the top of this link:

https://www.soundclick.com/bands3/?bandID=224436

 

Re: Your Music
« Reply #399 on: December 31, 2018, 04:36:41 PM »
Kicking off my new year with something "normal" (i.e. not microtonal). It's a tribute to a classical composer that influenced my musical taste back when I was (much!) younger: Dmitry Kabalevsky.

The following is the result of some improvisation on his op39 no22 "Novelette", played live on a rev2:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jYzmOdQ6YTc