Dot Com Modular Synth Jam

From GForce Software's new baby      23/04/13

Our friends over at Gforce software have just enhanced their not inconsiderable synthesizer collection with delivery of a massive Synthesizers.com modular.

After taking delivery of a lovely Dotcom system, we decided to record the first thing that we patched. This set-up was specifically designed to test the various sequencer functions which then forms the basis of the track.

Our Yamaha CS30 takes care of the cross mod sound and the strings come from Spectrasonics Omnisphere.

 

 

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6 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
WorldInReplay    Said...

When are the first GForce Modules coming out?!

Analog is the new shit. Who would've thought. :p

23-Apr-13 05:02 PM


TomG    Said...

Classy Stuff. Loved it. Encore!

23-Apr-13 05:30 PM


TomG    Said...

Classy Stuff. Loved it. Encore!

23-Apr-13 05:31 PM


asiohead    Said...

Sounds amazing Dave ! You gonna take it apart now and model it ? ;)

23-Apr-13 06:23 PM


Ed A.    Said...

Very cool. It's good to hear someone do something musical with a modular. 95% of modular demos I hear sound like crap, not because of the instrument, but because the user has no clue.

23-Apr-13 10:55 PM


xyzzy    Said...

Good lord. Dave said he'd buy one of these if he had 10,000 pounds to spend on a SonicTalk years ago... Imposcar 2 sales are strong, I gather.

24-Apr-13 09:56 AM


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