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Old 07-13-2014, 11:24 AM   #1
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Default 80s Style Berlin Electronic - Book of Remembrance - SY77 and V-Drums

As some of you know, over the past few months, I've been writing and recording a new album of electronic, instrumental music based on my influences from the 70s and 80s Berlin Electronic era entitled, "Hidden Gems | Instrumental Journeys."
The latest track I've recorded is entitled, "Book of Remembrance," and was originally recorded using the inbuilt sequencer in my SY77 and then transferred to REAPER via MIDI. I then recorded each of the MIDI parts to audio using my RME Fireface UFX and mixed the song in REAPER. The drum part was recorded initially using track 16 (pattern track) of the SY77 sequencer and the stock Yamaha drum kit for compositional purposes. I then played the MIDI file into my Roland TD12 drum module using one of the custom kit patches I made and into REAPER via the Fireface.
All synth sounds are SY77. Effects were turned off on the synth during the audio transfer to REAPER and later added via VST plugins. The delay, reverb and phasing plugins used are Valhalla Shimmer, Valhalla Room, VoS NastyDLA MKII and Arts Acoustic Big Rock.

The track (and all other tracks from this and other albums) can be played and/or downloaded from my AusDisciples Band website or downloaded via this link... http://ausdisciples.com.au/mserver/h...300&height=250

I'm keen to hear your feedback both oscillating and non-oscillating (positive and negative)
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Sounded great to me Dave. The drums definitely have an 80s sound to me.
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Old 07-22-2014, 04:07 AM   #6
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Thanks heaps for taking the time to have a listen and comment Karbo. Glad you enjoyed it.
It is amazing how a simple gated reverb on the snare transforms the whole kit into something straight out of the 80s!

I've just finished another new track which I'll be adding probably tomorrow. This next one is actually under five minutes (rare for me!!) and is just two parts: Wurlitzer A200 piano and bass guitar.
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