Below are my live eurorack explorations for the week of October 19th, 2020. Enjoy! This is a live eurorack/modular synth jam I put together using one of the free reels Make Noise released for Morphagene the other day. I played a bass pedal note on the Moog Grandmother and chords on the Sequential OB-6, with […]
Here is a leftfield techno track built from Eurorack combined with a sample library for drums.
This is the soundtrack for an in-production short horror movie. I used a lot of experimental techniques for creating the sounds, including recording the subway train and morphing it into a bass.
This is an experimental trap beat I made for a film. I used some bass music principles in the sound design, and the drums are an 808 combined with lots of noisy found sounds.
This is an ambient soundtrack for a horror film, building the suspense through evolving percussive noise and electronic elements.
This is an IDM or Intelligent Dance Music track made with Massive X and Eurorack analog synths. The bass is an AJH synth VCO going through a Bubblesound SeM20(2) filter. Lots of fun to make an odd meter track using Eurorack.
Here is a noisy techno track I made using Eurorack synths. The main synth sound was made by modulating the EXP CV on the AJH synth transistor core VCO with audio level CV from the Bubblesound VCOb. This is a little bit of an experimental track with straightforward drums.
This is a techno music track incorporating some trance elements made using Eurorack synths. I used a Stillson Hammer sequencer. The bass is a bubblesound VCOb going into an SEM20(2) filter with the frequency turned way down and the resonance turned WAY up to make that bubbly sub.
I’m attempting to consolidate all the different music I write onto my Youtube channel. This is a tech house track I wrote a year or so ago while on the train to Boston to go to the Pax East game convention to visit a booth that was displaying a game I composed for. Truly a […]
Ready, set, go! Really have been enjoying putting the Eurorack stuff through its paces. Enjoy!