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Love these lyrics, Andrew....you've dressed them up nicely in this electronic mix, there's some serious "bounce" going on here! Pleasant, and thought-provoking...rated!
nice groove and beat for the electrodes to play with.... and nice marketing of your band name...
A jolly song Andrew, loving those Synths and Arps!
Hi Ray, I used only soft synths here, mainly the Arturia synths, the Arp 2600 3, Moog V3, Moog Modular 3 and also Spark (Drum machine) Plus a drum machine emulation called Geist, buy FXpansion! They are very fun to use, but as good as th ereal thing, I'm not sure, I do own an original Roland Juno 106, but I have never owned the Korg MS-10, but I do have the Microkorg, which is very fun!
Interesting lyrics, Andrew. I have to say I am not over keen on electronic music but I imagine you enjoyed putting this together! Anyhow, you have constructed it well with all those synths coming in and out. What synths do you use? One of them at least sounds like a vintage Roland Juno 106? Maybe a Korg MS-10 also?
I have been recording since the late 1980's, really starting for me when I bought a Tascam "Porta-One" 4-track deck in 1988. Sinse then I recorded onto 4-track reel to reel, and often used an old Atari ST computer, running Cabase (0.1) to make backing tracks for various songs and ideas.
It wasn't until about 1998, when my father bought a "Bondi-Blue" iMac, that I first began to record, directly to hard disc, and in some ways I do prefer the sound of an all analog set up, but things move on, and I feel overall that this is a better way for editing and also creatively!
Musically I am basically experimental in my approach, I start each new thing as fresh, and many times I don't finish what I started, so I've got many tracks unfinished, I see this as part of the process, because I often come back to these "fragments" later!
At the moment I am using an iMac (27 Inch) and its has been really great, but I have been recording using the Tracktion 7 DAW, which has been ok, still some bugs with it though, overall it has been a slow learning curve, and I am learning with each new recording!