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    In 1996 I got my first keyboard, a Roland XP-80. I was blown away by the demotracks for the internal sequencer, especially for my own attempts never came remotely close to the musical quality of these little songs, though they often made the

    weak processor stumble because of MIDI overload.

    I tried to imitate what I still had in mind of one of the demos using Waldorf Largo and drums from NI Battery.

    Some sunday morning fun:


  • #2
    Nice. I always enjoy your works and demos. How are you getting along with Largo? How does it compare to your other synths?

    Also, my first keyboard was an XP-50 and I bought it in 1996 too.


    • #3
      Very clean sounding VA. Great programming as usual.

      I like this much better (more full sounding) than any Blofeld demos I've heard, including yours. But I'm sure that's not your fault I just never warmed up to the Blofeld sound even though I'm sure the algos are similar...


      • #4
        Sounds ****************ing great man, very cool, did you just use the Largo and Battery or did you use any plugs in a DAW? Keep on rockin'!!!!
        Originally Posted by co&cafan808

        chevybusa ****************in delivers the lulz!!!

        Using and abusing Reason 4.0 (with tons of ReFills) and Logic 9 (with tons of soft synths, VSTi's and plug-ins)
        a Yamaha S80 (with 2 FC7's, an FC5, an FC3, and a BC3a) and a Behringer BCR2000
        a 4GB 2.53GHz Intel Core Duo Mac Mini
        AKG K77 headphones or M-Audio BX5a Deluxe monitors.

        Originally Posted by OldGuitarPlayer

        Ahhh...John Cage. The ultimate troll.

        Originally Posted by Anderton

        Just remember...machines don't kill music, people do.


        • #5
          Cool demo!


          • #6

            Quote Originally Posted by plaid_emu
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            How are you getting along with Largo?

            I think the sound is good and - more important - I know it quite well, so I'm pretty fast using it

            did you use any plugs in a DAW

            I used a few EQs - mostly low cut - from Cubase, the Cubase compressor on the drumtrack, some adjusting of the stereo mix with PSP's NobleQ and the Cubase brickwall limiter.


            • #7
              And thanks for the nice feedback btw. I nearly broke my fingers with this first track in E flat minor