It’s an improv inspired by one of my favorite bands, M83. Nothing very fancy synth-wise, everything (apart from the voice..) comes from the two synths, which are partly sequenced externally. The sounds are pretty basic custom patches. Thanks for watching.
” Selection of pads made on the Alesis A6 Andromeda analog synthesizer. All patches played use all the 16-voices A6 can offer simultaneously.. No processing, just straight output from the A6. YouTube conversion kills the high-resolving analog sound quality and fatness, but hopefully this gives you a glimpse into the A6 inner life… All played are Alesis factory patches. I’ve only had the synth for a couple of days now so just barely scratching the surface of it – here’s a proof that even with the much-chriticized factory banks you can make some good sounds. Use the “HD” quality mode button below to get the most out of it.
If anyone wonders, some pictures on the background are from our own Milkyway’s massive cosmic neighbour Messier’s catalog M31 Andromeda galaxy, one of the few galaxies that has blue-shift instead of red-shift like all other galaxies we see, meaning it comes towards us and with the “locked” gravitational pull our Milkyway Galaxy will collide and merge with the bigger brother Andromeda in a very distant future, forming a new galaxy. Hopefully the Solar system will not be thrown out into the vast emptyness of space or sucked into a black-hole due to the viscous gravitational play during the merging. The name for the synth is inspired from Andromeda – and I would say it’s a very fitting name for it 🙂 ”
There needed to be an update. So this is a quick run through my sound set for the Yamaha AN1x. It’s only partly compatible to the AN200 / PLG150-AN. It’s designed to suit current trance and progressive sound as well as other electronic and non-electronic genres.
All sounds and songs are displayed in the video. If there’s no song you can do what you want with the melody, just credit me please. 🙂 I won’t provide MIDIs. Do not ask.