Ever feel like you’re artistically divided? In the 90’s I was all about music, with a room full of gear and mind full of ideas. Eventually that gear gave way to software production tools, which in retrospect really crippled the enjoyment of composing. Well, here we are again, coming full circle back to the gear I adored. I’m excited to water these roots again and make some new “connections”. That was a patch cable pun 🤓🎵
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Netflix and our collective futures..aka…are you depending on BackEnd? - Learn more at https://musiclibraryreport.com/forums/topic/netflix-and-our-collective-futures-aka-are-you-depending-on-backend/
Hoy : “Sampleando KungFury con David Hasselhoff” ☕️🎵
1er video de una serie que estaré subiendo acerca de esas secciones que toco en vivo con @skollsounds , que no son tracks que voy a sacar ni tracks que existen, son nada, jam! Y aqui va el dato: Son partes muy pequeñas de canciones de diferentes géneros. 😱
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This 32-step sequence from the ‘Apollo 11’ cue “Transearth Injection” (which you can hear fading out after engine shutdown) required two 24-step Q960 Sequencers, three Q962 Sequential Switches, careful calibration of the Binson Echorec’s varispeed knob for tempo sync, and over 20 minutes to hand-tune all 32 non-quantized notes (x2 since the Moog IIIc’s tuning drifted on me after the first round of tuning haha!). And this was just one of many parts I manually rendered for this cue. This is of course all possible with a few clicks of the mouse in the computer, but in 1969 at the time of Apollo 11, this stuff took TONS of time. I definitely chose a difficult way to do this score, but I like to think that you can hear the difference in the tones I got from this beautiful old gear. This is also why it would be next to impossible to truly perform the score live. 🚀 ‘Apollo 11’ is still in theaters for a little while longer - don’t miss it! @apollo11movie 🎛 Soundtrack link in my bio.
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Good morning! May this new day give you the strength you need to continue on your journey.