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SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

Finally took some time to record a new track with the modular to join the new thread!

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/modular-mayhem

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SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

MrSargent posted:

This is cool as hell dude, awesome work. I'm curious how long it takes to patch something like that on a modular system.

Thank you! Hopefully this track was made with my techno case where 80% of the connections can remain patched (sequencer to voice, voice to mixer). So it's mostly a matter of building and launching sequences + turning knobs live


When I feel more experimental then I plug this one and then yeah making a nice patch can take a few hours of experimenting.

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

New track with the modular

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/descent

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

More goon music/new patch

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/dusk

SpaceGoatFarts fucked around with this message at 23:20 on Mar 13, 2019

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

I went to see Vitalic yesterday and a friend asked me to be the godfather of his daughter so all this inspired me to make this track

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/godfather

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

I eventually got a nice filter for the rack (mannequins three sisters). It changes the way I compose completely and I like it a lot

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/sisters

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

New track with the modular

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/ps3zongmworg

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

Picked up the old Korg SQ-1 for this one and tried to play live with it

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/steps

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

Felt inspired by the heatwave afflicting us this week in Europe (that and also my room is too hot to go to sleep)

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/canicule

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

And another one

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/jeanne

I just realized by listening to my previous tracks through headphones that there was a ton of noise that I did not heard through the monitor speakers. Turns out it was the speakers themselves adding the noise by being plugged to the same power source as the instruments.

I feel really dumb for only realizing this after such a long time now I'm definitely recording with headphones on. Baby steps.

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

Still doing techno but now also exploring more ambient soundscape

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/orion

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

They sound like the soundtrack of a early 90's game.

I like them

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

Ramseyk posted:

https://soundcloud.com/marskye
https://marskye.bandcamp.com

Hi Goons, its been a minute since I've posted my music but here we go. My artist name is Marskye and I compose for a variety of genres but it could mostly be summed up as experimental video game OST's. My Bandcamp has some of the games I've worked on. My music mostly appeals to video game indie nerds . I'm really hoping to branch out and push a couple of solo releases later this year, so I've been quietly working on my solo EP.

I also have a Soundcloud that I can proudly say finally hit a 100k plays. That has the current ost I'm working on, called Boyfriend Dungeon. A dating sim where you date your weapons... anyways---this is about the music. SO I have plenty of that up on those two sites. Go check it out! thanks.

EDIT:
vvv thank you <3 following u back vvvv

Thank you for sharing your music. That's some really professional stuff I feel inadequate with my hobby robot farts. I hope you are proud.

Joking I love what you are doing. I aspire to reach the same quality but I don't have the patience to do anything besides live music :/ but I do have fun

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

Got back to the patching board

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/signal

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

New patch with the Mimeophon. Such a great module!

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/ballade

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

It's hard when you have no musical background but I tried something with the keyboard for a change and not always sequencers. I think it turned out not so bad.

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/triad

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

AccountSupervisor posted:

"Finished" my first trance/prog track and would love to share it for some thoughts and feedback! Planning on sending it off to some labels this week.


Cellophane(Extended Mix)
https://soundcloud.com/endochrome-1...hane-v5/s-PaWFP

No real feedback besides that I like what you are doing a lot and subscribed to your channel! Very polished tracks

e: link doesn't work anymore

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

Today I discovered the mimeophon is particularly suited for dub

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/i-and-i

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

A bit of noodling
https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/bells

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

Yesterday Laurent Garnier came to Brussels to play a fantastic set, so tonight is mandatory techno track night on the patchboard

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/night-noise

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

Having fun with the mini euclidean sequencer from 2hp

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/night-noise-pt2

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

Thanks! I like the second one; Rain Interlude. Lots of nice sounds and catchy beat

I did another thing https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/passage

SpaceGoatFarts fucked around with this message at 21:26 on Oct 29, 2019

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

So Math posted:

Nice! I followed you.

I needed a palette cleanser from polishing the same 40 seconds for three days, so I whipped this up. https://soundcloud.com/jocko-homomo...a-is-the-future

Nice! Is it just the PO arcade or is there another one playing too?

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

New module, new jam:

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/fracture

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

I'm having a lot of fun with my new WMD percussion synthesis modules

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/baba

SpaceGoatFarts fucked around with this message at 21:36 on Dec 11, 2019

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

JacquelineDempsey posted:

I circuit-bend, make field recordings, and creepy beats. Then I mix 'em all up to make what Warren Ellis once described as "It's midnight, something's not right, and strange things are coming out of your mp3 player."

I've currently got (counts).... holy moly, fourteen albums/EPs on Bandcamp, so hopefully you'll find something you'll like! If you're not sure where the hell to start, I'd say try Ononharoia. Or, the newest pair just came out two days ago, Lazarus taxa 1 & 2.

http://khate.bandcamp.com

Not the kind of music I listen to on a regular basis but I have to admit that it's extremely cool and the sounds you are crafting are really nice. I like it a lot.

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

JacquelineDempsey posted:

Hey, thanks! I'm listening to your modular stuff right now and really dig it. Kinda reminds me of late 90's Haujobb, which is a big ol' complement coming from me.

You might try Circadian, or, if you like stompy industrial 90's techno mixed with some house (and some embarassing samples), my oldest albums on there, Doxology and Fig 3. I was much into making EDM-based stuff back in those days.

Fun fact: Doxology and Fig 3 were made on a Playstation, of all things. And mixed down on CoolEditPro 2000... which I still use. My bf's always trying to get me to learn Energy XT, but I'm an old bitch who likes her old software.

You were right! Those suggestions really work with me, especially Circadian. I'll spend some time tomorrow listening more to them. Also thank you for your compliments, I just started all this 2 years ago (as a hobby) and while I'm having a lot of fun, it is really uplifting when talented people tell you to continue down that road.

e: I listened to Haujobb and it reminded me of Front 242 a lot, so the inspiration would make a lot of sense since I grew up as a teen in Belgium in the 90's, hence why I love electronic music so much

SpaceGoatFarts fucked around with this message at 22:39 on Dec 30, 2019

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

JacquelineDempsey posted:

Fantastic! Yeah, I do a whole range of beaty stuff, that was my bread and butter back in the day (2000 - 2003). And I also started as a hobby, making what I considered "goofy" tracks made on a Playstation of all things. Then I gave out a CD to a local DJ back when I wasn't old and feeble. He played it on my birthday as a favor, club went wild, and I got my first live gig out of it. Next thing ya know, I'm getting invited to play live in all the little cities here in Virginia.

My secret passion is remixing 80's - current hiphop, incorporating stuff that was influential to me over the years. This is gonna be the best example, plus, y'all can see all the pics of circuit-bent instruments/live performances I've made over the years:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hn1kx0ha0Q4

Ahah I love all those circuit-bent instruments you made. Also that track strongly reminded me of a local DJ team, 2 Many DJ's, who love to mix their favorite hip hop tracks (and rock/pop) with more electronic tracks. They also do some production under the name Soulwax.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ud2AD8JUJk4

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

baby puzzle posted:

Here's a full export after a bit more work. https://soundcloud.com/lermdeml/test2export/s-8aylf

Yay I'm a producer!

why does fl studio cut out a tiny bit at the start of the track? Or maybe soundcloud is doing that.

I like it!

Here is a jam I made around a nice drone with the DPO, Mangrove and Erbe-verb

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/loremipsum

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

JacquelineDempsey posted:

Thanks, y'all, for reminding me that this is supposed to be fun.

Your last release definitely sounds like you had a lot of fun! It's amazing how much our mood will transpire in our works and these are very fun to listen to. Thank you for sharing them!


Me I had an awesome jam session this saturday with the guy who introduced me to modular synths. He's also a huge inspiration for me (he's really a sound designer and musician while I'm more a hobbyist) and I'm always amazed by all the super weird and deep modules he adds to his rack. This time he showed me the Folktek Matter II and it's also the kind of stuff reminding you that making music is about having and sharing fun; that piece of gear is completely esoteric, you just move pins around, having no idea what it'll do, and you let yourself be surprised by whatever sounds come out of it.

Anyway we ended the evening listening to this set (you can also see how much fun Amélie is having there too)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJkuTx1DQzg

Which in turn inspired me to make this little headbangin jam

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/dilemma

SpaceGoatFarts fucked around with this message at 08:22 on Feb 17, 2020

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

JacquelineDempsey posted:

A lot's changed over the last 25 years, but it still warms my cockles to see this woman just killing it with a huge crowd, and it's not because she's skimpily clad or just a novelty thing.

She is producing too. Amélie Lens and Charlotte de Witte are big national pride. Two extremely talented women taking it to the international level, kind of like Justine Hénin and Kim Clijsters in tennis some time ago

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg...7ZdKzehy8TWMUmw
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-...zBSo1JwLXq46Suwest

Belgium has always been into electronic music and clubbing and IMHO Amélie and Charlotte are the most talented techno producers and DJ we currently have.

I wish I was at that concert so bad. It's one of the best set I have ever listened to.

SpaceGoatFarts fucked around with this message at 09:32 on Feb 20, 2020

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

Mistayke posted:

POST YOUR TOP THREE PERSONAL FAVORITE SONGS THAT YOU WROTE/PERFORMED (IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER).

I'll play too! It's been 1 year I started posting my modular jams online but there are already a few I'm still proud of despite getting always better with the gear over time. Also I just bought an end of chain compressor and I can already say this changes the quality drastically, more new tunes incoming

Bells: first time I made a tune around a looped sample. Should do it more often https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/bells

Ballade: because it's a more light-hearted tune than the rest and I should also go for that more often https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/ballade

Dilemma: because it's my first techno track I feel is getting close to something really polished and that could be played in a set https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/dilemma

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

New track with some new (awesome) Verbos modules after a short hiatus

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/giant-angry-head

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

Incrediblastic posted:

Recently finished running through DOOM I and II and this is really cool.

As for me , just uploaded my first electronic track made with LMMS - Already working on another track but I'll probably be maining untzy electronic music,both dark and happy,maybe some metal if i can figure anything out besides basic beatmaking.Doing this because I need new hobbies - weirdly got hooked on by loving around in soundstage vr ,which is basically a simple VR production studio/DAW.

Love this, thanks for sharing.

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

Little jam with the latest patch

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/waves

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

So Math posted:

What are you using to trigger those plucks? I dig the rhythm.

I'm not gonna lie, I'm not sure

It's part of an experiment that glitched a bit. I sent 2 gate clocks from tempi (an intermittent 1/16th and a 1/2) to a CV crossfader to drive the enveloppes from Maths via the trigger input.

The idea was to modulate the crossfader to make interesting stuff happening.

But what is REALLY interesting is that Maths started generating 1/32nd bursts now and then. It doesn't do that if I send the gates straight from Tempi to Maths, only when processed in the Verbos CV processor first.


My guess is the attenuation and offsetting of the gates from the CV processor is randomly making Maths considering the rising AND falling of the gates as triggers, instead of just the rising.

That's all I could think of, the Maths manual doesn't help, it's not listed as normal behavior.



So basically, an accident that turned out really nicely, and since it's happening randomly, it gives it a very organic feeling which I love.

SpaceGoatFarts fucked around with this message at 08:56 on May 18, 2020

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

New live modular track. There's a lot going on here, be sure to use headphone or good speakers.

Also yeah I finally identified the sources of noise thanks to good monitoring headphones (e: but this times I got crackles from the erbe-verb ) All my future tracks are going to be so much cleaner

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/solar-wind

SpaceGoatFarts fucked around with this message at 10:36 on Jul 2, 2020

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

Brawnfire posted:

I really like the images you choose for your Soundcloud tracks

Thank you! They are almost all pictures I took myself when I was exploring another hobby than synths

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

im_sorry posted:

I just finished this: https://soundcloud.com/the_door_is_...-current-events

Inspired by spending too much time in C-SPAM.

I never expected someone post a new beat track here. This is great, I love it

Reminds me of my youth

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDz53CAyF7Q

e2: the original music video is hilarious

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppBR5jgK0os

SpaceGoatFarts fucked around with this message at 08:09 on Sep 7, 2020

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SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

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Nap Ghost

baby puzzle posted:

this was autoplayed for me.. this is a goon right? i'm vibing... vibin g

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/bells


edit but after that soundcloud did it's thing and played something that sucks and totally took me out of the moment lol

Yes it's me! Glad you like it Maybe you'll enjoy this one too in a similar mood. It was a submission for a goon jam

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/pluck-1


I should do slower tracks like this more often. I was on a production hiatus since I got my shoulder surgery, and because it's funnier to stay outside in summer, but with winter coming and our second baby, I'll be stuck home a lot in the coming weeks so it's time to get back to the patchboard. Thank you for the feedback!

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