Your Music

Re: Your Music
« Reply #780 on: April 27, 2022, 08:13:09 AM »
Hi Anton of 12047,

I see a few YT releases, but is this whole album available now on Bandcamp or Soundcloud, etc? 
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Re: Your Music
« Reply #781 on: April 28, 2022, 04:47:54 AM »
I don't think I posted my band Lean Logic's latest album "The Last Mirage", it was recorded just before I got the Prophet 5 Rev 4 but the Prophet REV2 is all over it, as well as various other synths like the Pro~One, ARP Pro Soloist, Roland Juno 60 etc.

Working on the next one now for which I've been using the P5 Rev4 as the main instrument.

https://youtu.be/jJlWgD2w9rA

https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWWwA4kbnq4-1A8b9fbNX126EvjKS5Z7k

https://leanlogic.bandcamp.com


« Last Edit: April 28, 2022, 05:03:46 AM by CPN37 »
Sequential Prophet 5 Rev4, Sequential Circuits Pro One, Sequential Prophet Rev2-8, ARP Pro Soloist, Roland Jupiter 4, Roland Juno 60

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Re: Your Music
« Reply #782 on: April 28, 2022, 07:46:01 AM »
Hi Anton of 12047,

I see a few YT releases, but is this whole album available now on Bandcamp or Soundcloud, etc?

Hi Soundquest - yeah, the whole Power Pop!!! album is up on Bandcamp/Apple and other places for sale via the Big Stir label. I'm cautious about posting to the Sequential forum anything that reads as a sales pitch, but the song I did post is sufficiently Prophet-heavy to be worth a push amongst the gang here.

Re: Your Music
« Reply #783 on: May 01, 2022, 10:56:41 AM »
This is a track that I had kicking around for a few weeks so I decided to do a quick video of it. While I'm not a huge fan of comedy horror at all, nor really a fan of the film Doom Asylum, I really did enjoy the synthesizer soundtrack. My ears detect some low budget sampler (Likely an Ensoniq Mirage or Prophet 2000) and a drum machine.

For this I have the Prophet X doing some low fi bells and choir layered with the PX's oscillators and a synced LFO is modulating the filter cutoff to give a creepy effect.

The ending is a Prophet 2000 sample of a pipe organ with a thick flanger effect on it. There's also some incidental orchestral hits with a flanger on them also.

The S2400 is doing the frantic beat in the middle. If the drums sound sort of familiar it's because I used some of the same samples Depeche Mode used on People Are People.

Hope you enjoy!

Everett Dudgeon 2022
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https://youtu.be/PR4X0gVL5k0

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« Reply #784 on: May 06, 2022, 02:07:17 PM »
Here's another from my current album. This one might be the closest I'll come to landing in LoboLives land, as it's got "soundtrack" vibe dripping from its pores. Prophet 6 on bass and brassy chords + Drumtraks (plus guitar) makes for a minimalist, yet Sequential-heavy track. Apologies if the "explicit language" of the second half hurts any ears, but farm life has taken its toll on me, I guess!

https://youtu.be/lKx2pVGv-U4

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« Reply #785 on: May 06, 2022, 05:23:23 PM »
This week I wanted to do something a bit different. I have done a few tracks in the past that featured the Tempest doing some Berlin School type sequencing (Chained Heat, Crime Wave: 2020, Rats: 2021, Dead Kids, Spasms) and this week I wanted to do a complete track with the Tempest and only the Tempest doing an old school Tangerine Dream style track. This was obviously heavily influenced by their score for Sorcerer but it's not a cover at all.

Everything is don in one take and in real time. No overdubs at all. All of the analog synth sounds and drum sounds are coming from the Tempest. The only drum sounds I used were some Boss DR55 Kick and Snare samples. The "hi hat" is sequenced white noise which is panning back and forth from an internal LFO.

The snare is going to a voice out which is being run through a delay and phaser in Studio One.

Hope you enjoy!

Everett Dudgeon 2022
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cMIjdJ83B3s

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« Reply #786 on: May 14, 2022, 09:43:20 AM »
This week I decided to do something a bit more low-key and inspired by 90's vampire film Pale Blood. This isn't a cover of Jan Kaczmarek's score but there are certainly elements in there, as well as the main riff to the Agent Orange song "Bite The Hand That Feeds" which plays a few times through the film and is performed live by the band.

The Prophet X is doing everything in one take and no overdubs in split keyboard mode. The lower half is doing a drone with reversed grand piano and choir samples blended with the PX's oscillators and darkened analog filter. The upper half is doing some heavy drums and electric guitar with loads of chorus on it (perfect for that classic Goth Guitar type sound).

Hope you enjoy!

Everett Dudgeon 2022
℗ Everett Dudgeon 2022

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hbWUjVnN2UU

Re: Your Music
« Reply #787 on: May 17, 2022, 03:11:20 PM »
I don't think I posted my band Lean Logic's latest album "The Last Mirage", it was recorded just before I got the Prophet 5 Rev 4 but the Prophet REV2 is all over it, as well as various other synths like the Pro~One, ARP Pro Soloist, Roland Juno 60 etc.

Working on the next one now for which I've been using the P5 Rev4 as the main instrument.

https://youtu.be/jJlWgD2w9rA

https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWWwA4kbnq4-1A8b9fbNX126EvjKS5Z7k

https://leanlogic.bandcamp.com

Nice one. Some lovely/chewy sounds in this! Curious about the "sax"  - where's that from?

CPN37

Re: Your Music
« Reply #788 on: May 20, 2022, 02:35:04 AM »
I don't think I posted my band Lean Logic's latest album "The Last Mirage", it was recorded just before I got the Prophet 5 Rev 4 but the Prophet REV2 is all over it, as well as various other synths like the Pro~One, ARP Pro Soloist, Roland Juno 60 etc.

Working on the next one now for which I've been using the P5 Rev4 as the main instrument.

https://youtu.be/jJlWgD2w9rA

https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWWwA4kbnq4-1A8b9fbNX126EvjKS5Z7k

https://leanlogic.bandcamp.com

Nice one. Some lovely/chewy sounds in this! Curious about the "sax"  - where's that from?

Thanks Manbird, the sax comes from the Mellotron 4000D, some Chamberlin and Mellotron tenor/alto saxes combined
Sequential Prophet 5 Rev4, Sequential Circuits Pro One, Sequential Prophet Rev2-8, ARP Pro Soloist, Roland Jupiter 4, Roland Juno 60

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Re: Your Music
« Reply #789 on: May 23, 2022, 11:40:11 AM »
This song is a remake of something I wrote as a teen (and released on my second Antronica album), but I'm pretty positive I've not posted this remade version here before!

I did my best to replicate the OG teen track, note-for-note, tone-for-tone. Prophet 5 doing fretless bass, marimba and organ. Korg PolySix for the strings and steel drum. Drums are my Sequential Drumtraks, sampled for ease of use.

Those old 4-track days still haunt me... such a different mindset - so much care and commitment had to precede every next move. Still, Logic and I had fun with this new version! Hope you enjoy... thanks

https://youtu.be/IvQbk2sNQUM

Re: Your Music
« Reply #790 on: May 25, 2022, 06:03:16 AM »
Doing a quick jam showing of the Tempest and ISLA S2400 synced together.

Hope you enjoy! Please excuse the wrong notes :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMZ2Dkkc2j0

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Re: Your Music
« Reply #791 on: May 25, 2022, 01:21:00 PM »
Doing a quick jam showing of the Tempest and ISLA S2400 synced together.

Hope you enjoy! Please excuse the wrong notes :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMZ2Dkkc2j0

As I said some time ago, Im still not really into horro movies, but I always listen to your tracks, even if I often dont comment on it.

It was a real joy for me watching you doing it as a jam this time. Well done, Sir!
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Re: Your Music
« Reply #792 on: May 25, 2022, 06:20:46 PM »
Doing a quick jam showing of the Tempest and ISLA S2400 synced together.

Hope you enjoy! Please excuse the wrong notes :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMZ2Dkkc2j0

As I said some time ago, Im still not really into horror movies, but I always listen to your tracks, even if I often dont comment on it.

It was a real joy for me watching you doing it as a jam this time. Well done, Sir!

Thank you so much! :)

Re: Your Music
« Reply #793 on: May 31, 2022, 01:45:15 PM »
Here's something inspired by our own Sacred Synthesis. I don't quite mean I was going in the direction of his improvisations, but rather this was me trying to conjure up a nice demo of the Korg Prologue at its loveliest. I love the Prologue... it's a synth I clicked with immediately. With its Ensemble effect, it can do lovely "PolySix" strings and with it's Drive switch and honky filter, it can veer into MS-10/20 territory. Maybe the most startling thing is that it can be tricked into sounding more like a rev 2 P5 than my Prophet 6 - sometimes. The Prologue doesn't have an epic low end - or my Prologue 8 doesn't seem to, anyway. Maybe the 16 with its compressor can get there? With the low end question in mind, this track does include the Moog Grandmother hitting that "long lunar note." There's a tiny touch of Prophet 5 as well, just cos, but it's mostly a token gesture - my Prophet 5 and Grandmother arrived within days of each other, just as I'd started work on this track...

Hope you enjoy... here's the ironically titled album closer, "Prologue, Literally"...

https://youtu.be/nLYSbo1vKU4

Re: Your Music
« Reply #794 on: May 31, 2022, 08:16:00 PM »
"Trying to conjure up a nice demo of the Korg Prologue at its loveliest" is certainly an excellent motivation in creating a piece of music.  I'll give you credit for making a synthesizer that I had wanted to like but couldn't finally sound likeable.  Very nice patch and music.

I'm curious.  What instrument provided the vintage string patch?  I liked that, too.
« Last Edit: May 31, 2022, 08:19:15 PM by Sacred Synthesis »
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Re: Your Music
« Reply #795 on: May 31, 2022, 09:38:40 PM »
"Trying to conjure up a nice demo of the Korg Prologue at its loveliest" is certainly an excellent motivation in creating a piece of music.  I'll give you credit for making a synthesizer that I had wanted to like but couldn't finally sound likeable.  Very nice patch and music.

I'm curious.  What instrument provided the vintage string patch?  I liked that, too.

The strings are Prologue. One of the on-board effects is Ensemble, based on the one in the PolySix's. I did, though, download a user-created BBD-type effect ala that of the classic string synths, and that's probably what is on my string patch here. I sold my PolySix last year, so having the Prologue able to cover a range of stringer sounds is nice. I really find the Prologue such a satisfying and enjoyable synth. The built-in effects are fantastic... they feel very naturally part of any patch I create, rather than something slopped on top of or around a sound.

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Re: Your Music
« Reply #796 on: May 31, 2022, 11:12:17 PM »
Good morning! New single + instrumental version:
Bandcamp https://allandbyallo.bandcamp.com/album/ready-to-go-ft-sally-green
Spotify https://open.spotify.com/album/3zuwoGz8uc0zgYQMESgCwg?si=3qMSJ0yjSCiCG3xBaaEKVA

Jazzy broken beat house kinda thing with vocals by Bay Area Boogie queen Sally Green.
All synths recorded through UAD Neve 1073 unison. That thing's permanently locked in my Console.

Chords, pads - Prophet Rev2
Leads - Moog Sirin mostly, KORG Monologue accents
Rhodes, piano, strings - Nord Electro 3
Synth fx (space whales) - Moog Matriarch
Trap drum kit stuff, some tops - Abbey Road Vintage Drummer Kontakt instrument (which is amazing)
And a bunch of mix tools from UAD, Plugin Alliance, Noise Ash, KIT Plugins.

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Artwork is a hand painted piece by yours truly. Molotow markers on cardboard.
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Re: Your Music
« Reply #797 on: June 01, 2022, 09:23:44 AM »
Here's something inspired by our own Sacred Synthesis. I don't quite mean I was going in the direction of his improvisations, but rather this was me trying to conjure up a nice demo of the Korg Prologue at its loveliest. I love the Prologue... it's a synth I clicked with immediately. With its Ensemble effect, it can do lovely "PolySix" strings and with it's Drive switch and honky filter, it can veer into MS-10/20 territory. Maybe the most startling thing is that it can be tricked into sounding more like a rev 2 P5 than my Prophet 6 - sometimes. The Prologue doesn't have an epic low end - or my Prologue 8 doesn't seem to, anyway. Maybe the 16 with its compressor can get there? With the low end question in mind, this track does include the Moog Grandmother hitting that "long lunar note." There's a tiny touch of Prophet 5 as well, just cos, but it's mostly a token gesture - my Prophet 5 and Grandmother arrived within days of each other, just as I'd started work on this track...

Hope you enjoy... here's the ironically titled album closer, "Prologue, Literally"...

https://youtu.be/nLYSbo1vKU4

Speaking of Vangelis passing just the other day...this is a nice reminiscent tidbit at 1:30. 
Sequential/DSI Equipment: Poly Evolver Keyboard, Evolver desktop,   Pro-2, OB6, P-12
 

https://Soundcloud.com/wavescape-1

Re: Your Music
« Reply #798 on: June 03, 2022, 01:54:58 PM »
Here's something inspired by our own Sacred Synthesis. I don't quite mean I was going in the direction of his improvisations, but rather this was me trying to conjure up a nice demo of the Korg Prologue at its loveliest. I love the Prologue... it's a synth I clicked with immediately. With its Ensemble effect, it can do lovely "PolySix" strings and with it's Drive switch and honky filter, it can veer into MS-10/20 territory. Maybe the most startling thing is that it can be tricked into sounding more like a rev 2 P5 than my Prophet 6 - sometimes. The Prologue doesn't have an epic low end - or my Prologue 8 doesn't seem to, anyway. Maybe the 16 with its compressor can get there? With the low end question in mind, this track does include the Moog Grandmother hitting that "long lunar note." There's a tiny touch of Prophet 5 as well, just cos, but it's mostly a token gesture - my Prophet 5 and Grandmother arrived within days of each other, just as I'd started work on this track...

Hope you enjoy... here's the ironically titled album closer, "Prologue, Literally"...

https://youtu.be/nLYSbo1vKU4

Speaking of Vangelis passing just the other day...this is a nice reminiscent tidbit at 1:30.

I've warmed up to the Prologue myself but unfortunately they are discontinued at this point so I never got around to getting one to pair it with my Prophet 6.

Re: Your Music
« Reply #799 on: June 03, 2022, 06:21:35 PM »
Here's something inspired by our own Sacred Synthesis. I don't quite mean I was going in the direction of his improvisations, but rather this was me trying to conjure up a nice demo of the Korg Prologue at its loveliest. I love the Prologue... it's a synth I clicked with immediately. With its Ensemble effect, it can do lovely "PolySix" strings and with it's Drive switch and honky filter, it can veer into MS-10/20 territory. Maybe the most startling thing is that it can be tricked into sounding more like a rev 2 P5 than my Prophet 6 - sometimes. The Prologue doesn't have an epic low end - or my Prologue 8 doesn't seem to, anyway. Maybe the 16 with its compressor can get there? With the low end question in mind, this track does include the Moog Grandmother hitting that "long lunar note." There's a tiny touch of Prophet 5 as well, just cos, but it's mostly a token gesture - my Prophet 5 and Grandmother arrived within days of each other, just as I'd started work on this track...

Hope you enjoy... here's the ironically titled album closer, "Prologue, Literally"...

https://youtu.be/nLYSbo1vKU4

Speaking of Vangelis passing just the other day...this is a nice reminiscent tidbit at 1:30.

I've warmed up to the Prologue myself but unfortunately they are discontinued at this point so I never got around to getting one to pair it with my Prophet 6.

I've not heard it had been discontinued. Perhaps supply chain issues, rather? Sweetwater has them in stock in the US...

It's a lovely synth, certainly. When I was living between Berlin and Cal, and before the P5 was reissued, I had my Prophet 6 in Germany and a Prologue back here. It made for a curious long-distance relationship. Those two synths get on well. I think the Prologue gets on well with anything, though. Seriously. It doesn't have the sonic heft of a Prophet, but it does things neither my P5 or P6 do. Some of that is to do with the effects. Korg nailed those on the Prologue. If someone was only just starting out in the world of synths, who knows if I'd push a Prologue on them. But as a complimentary synth, it's an easy one for me to suggest.