Now it’s off to the early 2010s with a pumping trance techno track. Another sequenced jam with the DSI Rev2 and Renoise. (Drums from various sources.) Awesome “open source” visuals by Beeple: https://vimeo.com/beeple
Featuring Prophet Rev2 patches:
– F2 P116: Swelling Pad
– F2 P42: Bip Bass
– F1 P17: Pizz C Ato
– F2 P43: Ensembull
– F2 P108: Toy Mallet
– F1 P55: Dull Vox Stereo (… badass btw)
– F2 P55: Trancetta
– F3 P50: Flooty
– F1 P114: Muted Pluck
– F1 P46: Sync Bass
– F4 P82: Chorus Copter
– F2 P125: Tinny 80’s
Download the original Renoise project at:
A look at the Renoise project that sequenced this track.
OK, this isn’t using an iPad or live looping. But it is mostly improv. Recorded off the DSI Rev 2 and sequenced in Renoise.
First test of the new keyboard. I’ve never had an analog hardware synth, so creating new patches (like the drums) are definitely a challenge. EQ was applied only to the percussion tracks, the rest of the sounds are raw.
Yes! Another performance done and a room full of very happy people after jumping around for a little over half an hour. See the performance (lightly edited) and if you like to support the music check out my Bandcamp page. This is the first time I’ve covered any songs (though it was still done improv style!): Capital Cities’ “Safe and Sound” and Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky”.
And on bandcamp:
You can also get the audio album at: https://animusicsf.bandcamp.com/album/ani-felix-kulpa-gallery-2017
And if you’re local, check out me and the other Y2K artists at the Y2K17 International Live Looping Festival in Santa Cruz! I’ll be on Sun Oct 22, but you don’t want to miss the other amazing acts!
I’m back at the Tannery in Santa Cruz for the Y2K International Live Looping Festival!