I recently started a new Youtube channel for sacred and classical music performed on keyboard and pedalboard synthesizers. Everything is performed live, without sequencers or drum machines. I hope you enjoy the music.
This sub forum seems to be nearly dead, except for an occasional post. I'm wondering if there are other online sites for those who perform, record, or compose classical type music for synthesizer? Perhaps on YouTube or Soundcloud? Does anybody know?
Hi, Richg! So you post here a bit? I've pretty much removed myself from the other synthesizer forums, since the discussions have nothing to do with our type of music, and they can get quite argumentative. I've been trying to find out if there are more of us. This sub thread - as nearly dead as it is - is almost the only scrap I've been able to find, but at least it's something. I've got a couple of threads going here. Maybe others will join us.
I've been experimenting with recording methods and have made some improvements, in a primitive sort of way. The last dozen or so recordings on my YouTube channel represent a bit of progress in audio quality, and I've got plans for more. I'm trying to reach "CD quality" without too much fuss or expense. The advantage I have is that all the music can be performed in one go; no need for multi-tracking. The big question is, Can I reach "CD quality" with a direct to CD recording?
Now how about you? Are you nearing a second CD? I think that last modular piece you recorded is your best yet. It actually inspired me to re-appreciate the many subtle timbres that are found in the pulse width range. You use them very effectively.