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Musikproduktion mit "Ton-Genratoren" anschaulich gemacht an Hand von Videos
Musikproduktion mit "Ton-Genratoren"

Welcher Musiker aus "Old-Schoolzeiten" kennt es nicht .... Musikproduktion mit "Ton-Genratoren" und Patchkabeln, viele Geräte die das Tonstudio darmals füllten. Der Eine oder Andere wird sich nun denken .... "diese Zeiten sind doch schon lange vorbei und es gibt doch Software / Hardware mit denen ein Musiker Musik machen kann". Doch es gibt aber immer noch "Freaks" die, diese Art von Musikproduktion für sich vorziehen und auch viel Spass an dem haben, "Kraftwerk und CO." nachzueifern. Hier könnt ihr euch nun an Hand von Beispiel-Videos mal selbst davon überzeugen, was mit "Ton-Generatoren" heutzutage möglich ist. Schaut und hört es euch an.

One Pass Real Time :
250e Arbitrary Function Generator
251e Quad Sequencial Voltage Source
281e Quad Function Generator
292e Quad Dynamics Manager
Three 261e Complex Waveform Generators
One 259e Twisted Waveform Generator
Metasonix D1000 Vacuum-Tube Drum Machine.

Overdubs :
M5 Electric Piano & Strings
RMX Drums & Percs.

hardware: monome 512, monome 64, monome arc4

software: plane

I recorded this video with me talking over it, explaining things, but I liked it better without the voiceover, so I left it out.I've always loved step sequencers and I see the monome as an opportunity to address some of the grey area between the one knob per function analog step sequencer and step sequencers with memory. The idea is to increase the available note range without sacrificing precision and increase the available sequence length range, without sacrificing direct manipulation and feedback. So, when the arc came around it seemed like a useful navigational tool to manipulate a large plane of data. I've been referring to plane as a platform because there are a number of variations I want to implement using the underlying development. This version is optimized to serve as a control voltage source. As such, it produces a lot of outputs. The top row is step enable/disable which is typically used to fire off envelopes. Plane is generating control voltages directly. There are no intermediate bits of software or virtual instruments in-between plane and the end of the patch cords controlling the modular. The row underneath it the playback loop ruler. Pressing anywhere in the ruler area moves the playback loop to that location. A chorded gesture changes the loop size. One section of the sequence can be edited while playback is occurring elsewhere.When the loop ruler goes off the visible edge of the grid, it lets you know in which direction the active stuff is happening. Included is a very nice saw cloud simulation of multiple detuned oscillators with adjustable fatness which you can plug directly into your modular. Also included is direct, accurate CV control of an oscillator via a closed-loop calibration procedure. Of course, MIDI output is also available. This version of plane uses scale degrees and passes though my modal scale quantizer, so you can switch scales on the fly. You can also use a MIDI keyboard to transpose. Or, it can also follow a programmed chord progression score, allowing you to improvise with a step sequencer within the harmonic framework of a lead sheet. The bottom two encoders on the arc are serving as looping automated CV sources. You don't have to use an arc with plane, you can navigate with the mouse or keyboard or powermate. Also, you don't need a 512 monome. All monome sizes are directly supported and can be hot swapped.

Audio: dictaphone tape collage, recorded April 2, 2011, assembled April 7, 2011.

Video: Johnny Woods video synth performance with Richard Devine and Alessandro Cortini, April 3, 2011

by 3112htm 1 year ago
audio: marcello ruggiu [p2co2the2de]

video: antonio cusimano

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