Shot with a Canon 5DMKII. Grading on camera using Ive Lotus Film Picture Style (http://www.filmpicturestyle.com)
Genesis I’s Polypatch (R) feature allows the performer to play and hold different patches for a rich evolving sonic landscape.
More demos in various styles will come soon.
Time to… ~ Repeating main melody and building sequences – all Boutiques used. New to my videos is an interview with …erm me! I just thought it would be fun to stamp my music beginnings in video, in this video we move to Question 2, posed by a subscriber. Please
Sweetwater’s synthesis guru, Daniel Fisher, demonstrates the surprisingly affordable Korg Minilogue Polyphonic Analogue synthesizer. Fisher zealously shows off the performance potential of the Minilogue, thanks to its generous array of dedicated knobs, toggle switches, and its gorgeous OLED waveform display. Performance demo starts at 1:43. The Korg Minilogue is a
Demo of some sounds from the above mentioned sound set. With this pack I tried to get closer to the sound of an analogue synth. Of course, a VA can replace an analogue, but if you already own a NL3, you can try make it sounds like an analogue synth.
Recorded in Ableton live using Elektron Analog Four, Elektron RYTM, Waldorf Blowfeld. The Analog Four and RYTM are using Elektron’s overbridge to give each part it’s one channel. Check out my Soundcloud: www.soundcloud.com/turingmusic
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