Sunday Synth Jam: This video captures a ‘no-DAW’ synth jam by Chris Randall of Audio Damage, Resonance.
Here’s what Randall has to say about it:
The Analog Four is sequencing the Oberheim SEM via its first CV outputs, and is sending a clock track and a trigger sequence to the Eurorack via its second set of CV outputs. In this way, I can control three separate sounds in addition to the four available in the A4 itself. The SEM and Eurorack audio outputs are going back in to the A4 via its audio inputs, and then the A4’s stereo outputs are recorded in the camera.
No DAW, no MIDI, no plug-ins, no computer at all.
6 thoughts on “Chris Randall No DAW Synth Jam – ‘Resonance’”
I would pay good money for an album full of this stuff.
The Analogue Four is the computer. =)
Keep your eye here: http://chrisrandall.bandcamp.com/
Usually when CR gets to five tracks or so that he’s happy with, he’ll put out a release.
Chris Randall is great. Been following his work since the 90s with his industrial band Sister Machine Gun. Amazingly prolific between the music and the software.
I agree. I love this guy since the 90`s – his band was great I always check hid articles in the magazine cuz u respect husd opinions and his okug ins are really desirable to e cuz the GUI design is great =sorry having trouble with my new tablkrt keyboard(dam you Samsung!!! Arrrggggg)