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Behold

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Published on Mar 16, 2011

This short video I made last Monday evening (or actually night). I wanted to capture the moment but afterward I noticed the video is somewhat dark.
It begins with an intro played on the Waldorf Q Keyboard with a harp-like sound. After that the three sequences are started. The distinct distorted sound comes from the Synthesizers.com Modular through the Doepfer A-189-1 Voltage Controlled Bit Modifier. This Modular performs two 8-step sequences I alternate manually. The self-built Modular does a 6-step sequence with randomized steps. The Ian Fritz Teezer Through-Zero VCO together with the Blacet Miniwave does an 8-step sequence. The Mellotron strings and choir sound is played on the Roland XP-80 and the bass on the Clavia Nord Lead 1. From 2:23 on a strings sound is played on the Waldorf Q Keyboard and I must admit I overdubbed that strings section with another strings sound of the Q Keyboard afterwards because it sounded very thin.

You can download/see/hear the video and music from my website.

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