Fugue State Audio - Monday Night Noise Session 010

in #dlive3 years ago


Welcome to the latest episode of Monday Night Noise Sessions! In honor of the binary nature of the number 010, this session uses my Lunetta-style (CMOS-based) modular synth as the only sound source, though there is plenty of processing going on. If you're not familiar with Lunettas, the electro-music forum is a good place to start: http://electro-music.com/forum/forum-160.html

If this is your first time here: Monday Night Noise Sessions are recorded live, using a mix of hardware and software. I lack the bandwidth to do a proper live stream, so the videos are pre-recorded, but no editing is done to the performance.

Further details:

Audio gear/software used:

DIY modular (Lunetta-style CMOS based modules used here exclusively)
Behringer Virtualizer Pro & Composer Pro
Yamaha EMP700
Alesis Midiverb & NanoCompressor
ADA S-1000 delay
Korg KP-1 Kaoss Pad
Novation Nocturn
Tapco MIX260fx (12 channel mixer)

Plogue Bidule (VST host/DAW) with following plugins:
Subtek CMX844 (VST mixer)
Cockos ReaEQ
SimulAnalog Ob PS-1
SimulAnalog Univibe
Silverspike Reverb.it
Ohm Force PredatOhm
DestroyFX Rez Synth
Fuzzpilz Charsiesis
Tiny God Fourway
Negspect Atlantis Filter
RS-MET Pitch Shifter
ArcDev ET-301
Cockos ReaDelay
Nomad Factory Bus Driver
Variety of Sound EpicVerb
JB Barricade
Voxengo SPAN

Video was captured with OBS, titles added in kdenlive. The visualizer in the corner is VSXu: http://www.vsxu.com/

My video is at DLive


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