(Full vid in bio) Here's Winds of Summer I made with MOOG One + Deluge going through RND Portico II and Burl Bomber.
I played all the drums live on my acoustic kit which has electronic triggers. Triggers were routed through 2xSPD30s to Mixwave Gojira and the sound was recorded on Deluge as a very long un-edited sample.
All Moog One sounds your hear are recorded to clips as an audio.
After I played and recorded all the parts I moved to the Deluge's Arranger view and created a very simple arrangement.
When the arrangement was ready I made a basic mix in Deluge and recorded everything in one take to Studio One. I added a tiny bit of Soothe2 to mix the balance and a little of Valhalla Reverb and outputed everything through UFX+ DAC to RND Portico II for mastering and went back ADC through Burl Bomber back to digital.
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All modular synth jams are created using the DAWLESS approach - making music with no computer, not too much sequencing and focus more on performance and fun.
This jam was made thanks to the following gear
- Moog Subharmonicon
- Moog DFAM
- Moog Mother-32
- Vector Sequencer
- Make Noise Morphagene
- Make Noise Mimeophon
- Make Noise Erbe Verb
- Make Noise DPO
- Make Noise STO
- 4MS Ensemble Oscillator
- WMD Performance Mixer
- WMD Compressor
- Mutable Instruments Elements
- Mutable Instruments Plaits
- ALM Pamela's New Workout
- Squid Salmple
- Erica Synths VCO2
- Expert Sleepers Disting Alpha
About me: Caught In Joy is a Los Angeles based, independent solo artist. He composes, plays modular synths, guitars, bass, keys, drums, records, produces and manages his unique brand of music all from his private studio. Inheriting a love for modular synths and classic rock from his father - polish chess grandmaster, Caught In Joy uniquely combines the art of math with the passion to modular synths, vintage and analogue equipment. Born in Poland, lived and travelled almost all continents. While playing with numerous bands he built a successful career in marketing and social media.
My dawless recording setup is complete. In details: Roland Fantom as an arranger and synths. Raspberry PI running my own midi triggered bass, vocals and guitar multitrack recorder and my new drum machine running GetGoodDrums. Everything multi tracked and mixed directly to this smartphone video through Roland GOMIXER Pro. #roland#fantomfriday#raspberrypi
Lyrics: Neil Young
Vocals, Keys, Guitar, Bass, Drums, Engineer, Mixing/Mastering: Karol Pokojowczyk
There’s coloring on the street
Red white and blue
People shufflin’ their feet
People sleppin’ in their shoes
But there a warnin’ sign on the road ahead
There’s a lot of people saying we’d be better off dead
Don’t feel like Satan, but I’m to them
So I try to forget it any way I can
Keep on rockin,
in the free world x 4
I see a women in the night
With a baby in her hand
There’s an old street light (near a garbage can)
Near a garbage can (near a garbage can)
And now she put the kid away and she’s gone to get a hit
She hates her life and what she’s done to it
There’s one more kid that’ll never go to school
Never get to fall in love, never get to be cool
Keep on rockin’ in the free world x4
We got a thousand points of light
For the homeless man
We got a kinder, gentler machine gun hand
We got department stores and toilet paper
Got styrofoam boxes for the ozone layer
Got a man of the people, says keep hope alive
Got fuel to burn, got roads to drive
Keep on rockin’ in the free world x4
Yay! @caught_in_joy version of The 🖐 That Feeds is availabie everywhere! "The Hand That Feeds" is a song by American industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails, released as the lead single from their fourth studio album, With Teeth (2005). It was the highest charting song by Nine Inch Nails. .
This is my take on it, where I had the fun and pleasure of doing absolutely everything: singing, playing all instruments, recording at my Old Fashion Studios, Santa Monica, mixing, mastering and self-shooting this video with a couple of Go Pros Hero 7. It's just me playing live while recording. Hope you guys will enjoy it as much as I had making it.
Ever since I was a kid I had a passion about large format #mixingconsoles. But owning a one was near impossible. This Monday one my life’s biggest dreams has finally come true!!! Please welcome the Trident 80C! The one used by Bowie, Beatles and many others. #trident#mixingconsole#musicstudio