Off Guard (Live Electronic Music Performance)

Sunday Synth Jam: This video captures a live performance of an original track, Off Guard, by Gil Assayas.

Technical details below:

  • Akai MPC 2500SE as the sequencer.
  • Vermona DRM1 MKIII through OTO Biscuit for drums.
  • Moog Slim Phatty through Frostwave Resonator for bass.
  • Oberheim SEM Pro through Strymon El Capistan for lead.
  • Nord Stage 2 for pads and piano.

6 thoughts on “Off Guard (Live Electronic Music Performance)

  1. maybe our Israely friend will one day sing about the way Israel occupied all the land and dropped phosphour bombs on non combatants. Israel is a disgusting joke.It won’t ever figure in the world of culture/music..
    Anyone wanting to see a Jewish critique of Israel should read Norman Finkelsteins book.
    And anyone who thinks criticism of Israel is anti jewish must have a low intelect.

  2. Love your speling of intelect! Context makes it all.
    Even though I somewhat agree (and boycott goods from occupied areas), this is not the forum.

    More to the point, the track is simplistic, and the vocals abrasive. Some people probably like it, good for them.
    Whatever does this have to do with Israel? Wait – please don’t tell. I’m done here.

  3. you’ve got to love the way that certain people try to turn everything into some heated political debate. It’s the reason the internet sucks now. its funny to watch these people on some talk radio overdose, who think that they know everything because of google and some conspiracy theory mumbo jumbo they read somewhere. Lol

    I like this guys approach and the simplicity. Nice tune keep up the good work

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