For the first time (yup, digital baby) I recorded a Jam session without using Midi Clock as the master tempo! Instead I used a 606 as the master clock, which drove a modded Monotribe via it's LT trigger out. The MT passed midi clock to the TR-505 and Casio SK1, which were cross modulated via their respective patchbays. The MFOS Synth Lab Mini was triggered via the 606's HT trigger out, and I used the 606's headphone output to feed a Space Baby Delay. I started the 606 and just punched in Ableton.
This bounce is the jam so it is raw/unmixed, but I like the feel and figured I would post it up as is for now. As I always prefer to have a bit of eye candy with my tunes, I made a quick video utilizing footage I shot during the actual recording session.
Would love to hear your thoughts and comments, thanks for checking it out, and please feel free to share!
Thursday, January 24, 2013
Bleeps in Time - Finally made it on to iTunes/Amazon, etc. As the Digital Stores set the pricing it's a bit higher than I would have liked, but one can also download the album on Bandcamp for Free/Pay-What-You Want-Model as well!
You can also catch all the videos on Youtube: