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Rezzonator - Luminous Acid

YouTuber Rezzonator posted an impressive demo of a track he's working on. He's got a bunch of gear on this including many of Roland's Aira line, Korg Electribe, and an iPad running Launchpad.

Video Description:

This is a live performance/jam of a new track I am working on called Luminous Acid. It will be released as part of a new album or EP some time during 2018. The tracks on this release will all be very acid based and quite minimal.

The iPad is running the Novation Launcpad app that is sending out midi clock and laucnching some loops. Drums are from the Electribe 2 and the TR-8 and the acid bass is from the Roland TB-03. Synth sounds from the Roland System1 with everything then routed through the MX1 that is also acting as my sound card for recording into Ableton Live.

This version is just a first idea for this track and will be arranged and developed further before any release

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