bodytronix last dance 1-26-2012

Eric Archer on March 15, 2012 01:21

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    Featured performance at the LAST DANCE concert series. Analog cassette board tape. Recorded January 26th, 2012 at the 29th St Ballroom, Austin.

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    • vmuriel
    • misterPete
      misterPete at 5.46 on April 12, 2013 20:56

      yes i DO want to dance!

    • Pizza Hut
      Pizza Hut at 15.20 on January 16, 2013 11:46

      Man this section right here = pure bli$$

    • Eric Archer
      Eric Archer on March 16, 2012 18:52

      @subnaught: thanks for listening and I will try to be thorough and answer your request :-)... As the set begins, first you hear a modified TR606, TR808 hihat + TR808 rimshot (self-built). The lazer zaps are from GZAP (an original circuit). The staccato synth & filter sweeps is the 'Light Matrix Synthesizer' and 'DIY 9V Analog Filter' described on my website. At 4:45 we add some bass drops from the Drone Commander. At 8:40 the x0xb0x (unmodified) enters with a bassline.

      At 14:50 the mood changes, with droning minor chords from Alesis QS6.1 processed through an analog formant filter (original, Eurorack version release date TBA).

      The remainder of the set features a few more instruments. The scratches/samples are played with a manual analog tape system (top secret :-)). At 19:00 a sequenced monosynth plays abstract melody, this is from the ABoT and Fibonacci Generator algorithm.

      And at the end the 'African Soul Power' cover is played on Yamaha SY-1 with vocoder effect from Boss SE-70.

      Thanks for listening everybody!
      some of the circuits are described on my site ericarcher.net/devices

    • subnaught
      subnaught on March 16, 2012 15:18

      brilliant. can we get an equipment list?

    • theau
    • KitShunt
      KitShunt at 49.24 on March 15, 2012 07:53

      Nice set Eric :-) thanks for the d/l!

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