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Automatic Gainsay Channel Trailer

6,679 views 7 months ago
YouTube has created a "channel trailer" option. This is the Automatic Gainsay channel trailer.
Thanks to everyone for watching Automatic Gainsay, thanks to the companies of yore that made such amazing synths, thanks to Sonic State for getting me started, and thanks to the modern companies that are making new amazing synths.

Special thanks to Korg, Arturia, and Dubreq for letting me demo their great new products.

The music is the theme I created for the Moog Voyager video. It is 100% Moog Voyager except for the drums. So, that's not really 100% Voyager. But it's hard to discern what percentage the drums would be in regard to the entirety of the mix. I'm not very good with mathematics, and I apologize for that. Show less
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