‘Incredible’ Synth Music Jam

Sunday Synth Jam: Here’s another one of synthesist Martin Peters‘ Berlin School style synth jams, Incredible.

“The title refers to my friend Anne,” notes Peters,  “She is a truly incredible woman.”

Technical details below.

via attorks:

The song starts with an 8-step sequence on the Doepfer MAQ16/3 driving the the Ian Fritz Teezer Through-Zero VCO/Blacet MiniWave voice and a bass tone from the Synthesizers.com which is driven by the Q960. The Q963 is used to turn on and off individual stages for the bass tones.

After that arpeggiated tones from the Waldorf Q Keyboard are introduced. Then the volume of the 8-step sequence from the MAQ16/3 for the self-built Modular is turned up. Strings are played on the Roland XP-80 and the solo on the Clavia Nord Lead 1.

The whole video is just over 20 minutes long and will be available soon from my website.

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