this is all totally esoteric to me though, could you give a short explanation of what you are doing here please?
ill try to keep it short.
-what you see is Reaper & extension (Lua)... called LBX-Stripper...
-you can create kind a control surface with it..via collecting/ inserting the parameters from the vsts & vstis into Stripper...and tweak dozens of them take snapshot and recall anytime you need by one click..
this is the main-core part of this setup.
second important part is NewSonicArts Freestyle ..
shortly: freestyle gives a workaround to pass 16 program limit of uTonic.
Freestyle Snapshot system
(just in case this is not the LBX-Stripper's Snapshot system)
saves and recalls whole uTonic preset instantly...
all 23 Freestyle has one uTonic and 128(max) snapshots (uTonic presets actually) inside..
so 23 x 128 presets ready to use all the time!
that 23 green buttons at left are Bypass parameters of the Freestyles ..
in order left to right:
green buttons = bypass / active
grey knob = Midi Program Change, switches Freestyle snapshots so the uTonic presets
green monitor buttons 1 to 8 mute/on/solo (Status) for the 8 audio outputs of per instance
and pans, gains so on...
what the setup does?
its allows me to make a new combinations by mixing uTonic presets & channels via using Stripper's Randomize function.
plus there is a simple 8 channels FX send matrix to send channels to Fxes randomly or manually..
sounds a bit complicated i know..
but i hope make sense.
this is one of the early tests of same setup ..
has less parameters and might give you better idea
I rarely find the time to finish songs any more but here is one that I finished recently.
The lead is something of a Mike Oldfield pastiche. Lots of notes with some over-the-top bombastic synths and effects to go with that. I don't know what it is exactly. It's not techno anyhow.
- timbralzoom wrote:
all sounds comes from MT3 nothing extra (except reverb & delay comp. etc. fxes.)
trying to create kind a random groove generator
via mixing randomly MT3 presets and channels in hand made matrix ..
not bad i guess :)
i am still wishing an extensive preset manager with
Midi Bank MSB LSB & Program Change support
something like UHE MFM2 has.. which is great imho.
hope you like it.
Big fan of Sonic Charge and Reaper here. This MT / LBX Stripper combo blew my mind! Amazing work!!!
Thank you Hristo :)
Hi all - been using a lot of MT & permut8 on my new EP.
This track (UnN) is a live audiomulch jam with MIDI generative sequencers sending out a note sequence to an instance of u-he ACE for the synth line but then converting those notes to program changes for both MT plus 2 instances of permut8 (one for MT, one for ACE). I messed with the MT script functions live as I went and did a bit of permut8 random button mashing. Did two takes and then edited them together and shortened it all. Great fun!
Got myself a PO-32 now so I'm going to start experimenting with that now too...
Release blurb: The latest in the now annual ghost cell series. Improvised laptop jams from 2016-2017, all based on various generative techniques, all one take performances. Minimal editing (normally only for length).
Hope you enjoy!
This is great! I hear elements of Lorn in there. :)
Thanks. I am a big Lorn fan so that wouldn't be entirely unexpected.
These whole tracks are not my genre, but still I kept on listening to some. Especially the last one: quite nice, haha. I like it when a total different genre, in which I have absolutely no listening experience, still gets me listening. Well done! (=
_- Manuel Senfft
thanks a lot for letting me know ;) microtonic is great for this type of sound
Not the genre which is posted here mainly, but maybe you will still enjoy!? (=
It's some kind of "hybrid score" sound where I mixed many synth elements with strings and brass. The percussive elements are all Microtonic. It is so much fun working with Microtonic in such a context!
Have fun! (=
Nice sounds. Do you make TV or film scores? 🙂
I scored some indie movie productions years ago. At the moment I mainly produce production music or music and sounds for some other indie projects (radio play, computer game).
Glad you liked it! (=
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