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So I recently overhauled my main rig. I've been working through headphones since I started which made for a crap shoot on mixing. Main rig used to be a Roland MC-707, SH-01A, JP-08, TB-03, occasional Model D / Volca Bass. My new Rig is just an Analog RYTM / Four MKII + monitors and a Tascam Model 24. Still learning the Elektron ropes, bit of a learning curve. But coming along and couldn't be happier with the tones these things produce.

 

New Track / New Gear:

 

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Rytm & A4 is a good combo, can sure hear it in there and i’ll be curious to hear you getting deeper/more wild with them both as you learn them 🙂

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17 minutes ago, glomewav said:

Another new one with the Rytm and Analog Four. 

 

Cool chords. And I love the key change at around 1:17. It'll be interesting to hear where you take this, plus some mixing.

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18 hours ago, ArtificialDisco said:

Cool chords. And I love the key change at around 1:17. It'll be interesting to hear where you take this, plus some mixing.

Thanks. Honestly a proper mix with these analog elektrons has been the biggest challenge for me. With the Roland MC-707 as my hub outside of a little simple gain staging it was automagic. Some of these analog tones are unruly as hell! Getting there though!

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Waistoid - Nice gradual build up on the intro with the arpeggios. I love that BOCish melancholy that the chords have.

Sinope Beacon - I like how the sample says “come on, steady” while the groove takes a strangely funky walk. 

Disorial - A great melody line on this one the way, especially the way it runs upwards with the sparkling delays.

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On 9/28/2021 at 6:51 AM, webby said:

Waistoid - Nice gradual build up on the intro with the arpeggios. I love that BOCish melancholy that the chords have.

Sinope Beacon - I like how the sample says “come on, steady” while the groove takes a strangely funky walk. 

Disorial - A great melody line on this one the way, especially the way it runs upwards with the sparkling delays.

Appreciate the feedback and thanks for the listens!

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Here's one with Poly2 (ios app) sending midi to Elektron Analog RYTM and Analog Four. A little more focused than the last because I haven't had a lot of time for music unfortunately.

 

 

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