003 (mynude)

I love it when I get new toys! I think I had enough fun with the Microbrute, but I think I hit its creative limitations. It was time to upgrade to something a little more modular than the mini beast and what better choice could there be than the moog mother-32.

I recorded a short session few days after I picked up this bad boy. The sound is so warm, accurate and powerful. Absolutely love this little thing and I am now hugely excited to grab a DFAM once I get to grips with this. Enjoy!

002 (mynude)

It's always nice when you receive your fresh label material in non-digital format and get to experiment with it. I just received the test presses the other day for the next release on Several Reasons. Since it was on the record player I thought I'd give it a go and see what I come up with.

I used some tape to loop the record at a point where a nice synth was playing. Before recording the video live i spent also some time to sample a few sounds and put them in the Rytm. I used the Microbrute to create a classic dirty acid bassline which shines throught - I love the brute, simple and elegant. I think next time I will try to work more on the atmosphere and give a bit more color.

001 (mynude)

I've hooked up my Arturia Microbrute, Electron Analog Rytm and a deck loaded with Ryoji Ikeda's "supersymmetry" and recorded a short quarter of an hour session.

I was experimenting with Ryoji's material by sampling it live on the Rytm byy first recording in Ableton in real-time and then loading the sample on the Rytm. I managed to get a deep smooth bass and nice sine harmonics.

I used the Animoog app on my iphone by running it through the Microbrute to add another input signal to the brute which fattened the sound and added some top-end detail.