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.
This is an interesting E-musician TV interview.
As we can see the Cortini’s set up is based mainly on analog stuff and software based enviroments:
- Buchla Modular
- Eurorack Modular
- Jomox Sunsyn and X-base09
- Korg MS20
- Macbet M3x
- Native Instruments CORE
The Buchla is his main tool, the euro is the modular for “sperimental sounds” (he keeps the Havestman modules on their own…), while the Sunsyn is his polyphonic beast.
As he described , all the sound are “replicated” (as much as possible) on sw for live use.
The other intersting thing is that he somehow changed the way NIN approach to live music, becoming more synth based while before him it was completely sample-based.
Cortini left NIN , and prooduces his music as “Blindoldfreak”.