Prophet 12 Music

Re: Holst's "The Planets" on Prophet 12
« Reply #280 on: June 07, 2022, 05:05:34 PM »
Hi all,

Back in 2017 I posted a link to my album, "The Planets" which consists of the 7 pieces that make up Holst's "The Planets Op: 32" recorded entirely on a Prophet 12 Desktop.  A few months later I took it down when I bailed Soundcloud.  Well, with Dave's recent passing I wanted to honor his memory and accomplishments so decided to put the album back up.  It now lives on my youtube channel in this playlist:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfXm8aXRTFz1Swndm9Og02b1mtO9PMBGH

I estimate about 80% of the sounds are my own with about 20% presets.  The only additional processing was a little reverb from the Roland VS-1880 the album was recorded on.

Hope people enjoy it and Thanks to Dave for all those great synths, especially the P12!

Dennis

Wytch Crypt , I remember that well and commented back then how that was a lot of work.  Fitting honor to the instrument line as well. 

    You mentioned "bailing SC",  Soundcloud is not the biggest medium anymore, but I still use it as sort of a place to catalogue, plus the platform audio is pretty decent.  Just curious as to your reason.

Hi Soundquest, I recall our original conversation when I first released this turned into a Tomita appreciation thread.  I wanted this re-release to turn into a Dave Smith appreciation thread ;)

I bailed Soundcloud back then because I would have had to go to the paid version to add anything else and I wanted to organize my music differently and add more.  BandCamp is free no matter how much I upload and optimized to present albums rather than individual songs which is a better fit for me.  I setup my solo projects Mutiny in Jonestown & WytchCrypt on BandCamp where my other projects Morpheus and The Alchemy of Atlantis are in youtube playlists.  Anything I want to share that might be covers or still have copyright claims I put on youtube.  They'll flag and monetize which isn't great, but it allows me to post covers, where on BandCamp the terms make it very clear that you better own the copyright of everything you upload.  Not sure if Soundcloud is as hard nosed about copyright as BandCamp, but I'm happy with the way I have things structured   :)
Mutiny in Jonestown, Progressive Rock Since 1987:

Website: https://wytchcrypt.wixsite.com/mutiny-in-jonestown
Bandcamp: https://mutinyinjonestown.bandcamp.com/

Re: Prophet 12 Music
« Reply #281 on: June 08, 2022, 07:53:46 AM »
Great explanation,  thanks.
Sequential/DSI Equipment: Poly Evolver Keyboard, Evolver desktop,   Pro-2, OB6, P-12
 

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