Trent Reznor last creation, the soundtrack for “Social Network” , is full of groundbreakin’ sounds.
Let’s hear what he says about his music and take a look at his studio in this interview.
A demo video from the “AutomaticGainsay” channel of the rare Korg PS-3100 (1977)
A short documentary of studio techniques composing the soundtrack for “Infamous”.
It’s amazing how the unconventional use of acoustic instruments or simple objects can produce such wonderful and previously unheard sounds.
The soundtrack is by Amon Tobin.
Toshimaru Nakamura presents his last work , “Egrets” , describing his way of making music thru feedbacks.
A kind of music that’s not rapresented by harmonies and melodies, but just “noises”, or “Sound itself” that can be music…
This is “onkyo”…
An Elektron Monomachine “alone” song!
The Monomachine can handle very well the melodic and rhytmic duties together even with ony 6 note polyphony and six track sequencer…
The TB303 Diode Ladder Filter by OAKLEY.
This is a great sounding filter!
A song made with Ableton Live and the Casiotone MT45 with realtime recording and looping.
TIPTOP AUDIO Z8000 – Resonating Percussion Poly-Rhythms – Part 3 from Richard Devine on Vimeo.
Jam by Richard Devine and Josh Kay on the TipTop Z8000, generating some resonating percussion poly-rhythms.
The old 4 tracks tape sound of an old Fostex X18.
Think I’ll get one of these to use in post-production to make some tracks sound like tape-recordings.
Fostex X-18 Multitrack Recorder from Petteri Karjalainen on Vimeo.
The drum processing for the live performance on the last Depeche Mode tour.
The main tool used is Ableton used like a rack instrument platform with various plug ins processing the drum elements.