Video for "The Crack-Up".
Tuesday, April 7, 2015
All right, everything's in place now.
Strymon Timeline : very powerful delay unit, featuring all sorts of classic or more experimental delays.
EHX Small Clone : the classic chorus unit, this one being a second-hand pedal from the mid-eighties.
EXH Stereo Electric Mistress : flanger/chorus, which makes for a very liquid, moving sound.
Subdecay Quasar : a most interesting phaser pedal, with several waveforms to create a choppy, filter-like effect.
MXR M68 Uni-vibe : gorgeous vibrato, with a round, deep sound.
EHX Nano Big Muff : the miniature version of the classic Big Muff fuzz pedal. It's big, it's hot.
EHX Pog2 : complex octaver pedal.
Saturday, April 4, 2015
Synth enthusiasts unite! That's in Nantes, France this weekend.
I had the opportunity to play on a number of vintage synths (Prophet-5, Korg PS-3100, Moog Source) but also recreations of ARP 2600, and obviously the new Korg Odyssey.
Oh, and there was Yves Usson, who helped design the excellent Arturia Minibrute.
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Monday, March 23, 2015
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Friday, March 13, 2015
Thursday, March 5, 2015
"Passions Amplifiées" concert at Cité des Congrès, Nantes, France, during the Folle Journée classical festival.
Inspired by Erik Satie's "Gymnopédie n°1", "Gnossiennes" and Philip Glass's "Dead Things".
Words by Emily Dickinson.
Synth : Novation Bass Station II
Loops : DSI Tempest
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
More rehearsal work on the revamped set.
As usual, loops are provided by the DSI Tempest, and I'm using the Bass Station II for additional synth lines (sequenced on the Tempest).
Download the song : http//khoral.bandcamp.com/album/hungry-ghosts