Happy new year!
Made a song today to finish off this year. Eurorack ambient. A generative foundation with the Turing Machine. It is two takes of modular layered and some melodic plucks played on top. Hope you enjoy!
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Here all sounds sources are from Moog: Animoog Z and Model D in software form hosted inside AUM, and also the Moog Minitaur providing analog bass. Fugue machine is sequencing the Minitaur and Rozeta Particles is sequencing the Model D. Animoog Z is played live and looped in GAUSS Field Looper. They are all sharing one bus send with delay and reverb from AUFX. Some minor modulation is going on from Rozeta LFO. Everything routed and brought together inside AUM of course.
The Animoog Z/iOS ambient continues. Setup has been shifting with each track. In this one Animoog Z is receiving midi from both Xynthesizr and Rozeta Particles and the main dynamic control I have mapped to the MIDI Fighter Twister is amp envelopes (sustain and release) in Animoog. This in combination with controlling the speed of Rozeta Particles (and being able to bring it to a standstill) is the main control. I also use filters and audio effects like reverb and delay (Crystalline on the Xynthesizr and AUFX:Dub on a bus send).