Sunday Synth Jam: Reader Jon Barbieri, aka Rheyne, shared this video, capturing a synth patch using a Make Noise 0-Coast and 3x Moog Mother-32 synths.
You can download the full track via the embed below or via the Rheyne Soundcloud page. The entire track is close to 6 minutes. The portion used for the video starts at around 3 minutes:
Reverb from a TC Hall of Fame, and delay from a Roland Demora. No MIDI was used – all notes are from the Mother-32 sequencers, and all modulations are from the synths.
Audio is directly from the mixer and is in-sync with the vid.
9 thoughts on “Make Noise 0-Coast + Moog Mother-96 Synth Jam”
Ugh. So good.
While technically flawless, is it only me who finds Rheyne’s output dull? I’d really like him to wow me with some electro ‘punk, noise and rock n roll’!
Dull, Tom? No! I thought it was beautiful.
Yes Rheyne, let’s hear some vibrancy and life in your music. You have all the gear in the world that I probably will never have in my lifetime. Use it. Put some crunch into your slowish usual performance. Let there be the occasional fire.
I really enjoy his music and this demo is wonderfully warm. That said – I think he may take you up on that challenge as it is a good constructive critique. It doesn’t hurt to vary your style / sound now and then.
I dare say one could spend a whole lot more on building a modular out of individual units and not arrive at a system that good.
Nice vibes there too.
I don’t know how much and what gear Rheyne has, and I really don’t care very much. Haven’t heard the complete track on soundcloud yet.
Can only say that I like the audio result in this video very much. It is clean, deep and entertaining. It is not very hard to listen to while being non-trivial at the same time. Thanks for sharing.
to answer some other posters, i don’t find this at all dull, i hear some nice melodic variation (ymmv). also, i can hear this as the kind of sound bed that’s not just the under-layer for other instruments over the top (or to the sides), but a really nice modal counter-melody as well.
very minimal, in a very good way. i’m considering how to get hold of a 0-coast, and now i’m thinking a bit harder.
I am noticing the Mother 32 sound has a distinct and recognizable quality to it.
Enjoyed this patch and hope to hear more from this artist.