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Richard Yot - Mononoke Jam in C Mixolydian

Richard Yot did an excellent demonstration of how musical Mononoke can be when restricted to a musical scale. Meanwhile, Bram Bos posted another video for people who want it to sound even more crazy!

Video Description:

Quick example of setting Mononoke to a musical scale for nice sounding results. Hosted in AUM with additional processing from Electrogene, Spectrum Granular, Kosmonaut and ToneBoosters Reverb.

Reader Comments 3

Nice demo - definitely more than droneo!
Definite buy
January 20, 2020  | person Trilobyte
Glad people are getting the point that this is a dronesynth. Not for everyone. Quite powerful for those of us who enjoy this kind of musicking. There’s breadth in there. Just not what people expect.
After hearing a few too many comments about what the app wasn’t, also did my little demo. Not as good as Richard’s. Only playing Mononoke.
https://vimeo.com/385691142
Even better!
January 21, 2020  | person Trilobyte
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