Sunday Synth Jam: Dutch synthesist Martin Peters shared this Berlin School style synth improvisation, centered around the Sequentix Cirklon step sequencer and a Conductive Labs NDLR multi-channel generative arpeggiator.
Here’s what Peters has to say about the technical details of his performance:
“I got the NDLR at the end of last December and it is a great source of inspiration.
The Cirklon clocks the NDLR and sequences the NDLR’s chord progressions by sending CC messages. The NDLR drives the Mopho and the Korg ARP Odyssey, as the 2 motif’s, and the Roland JD-800, as the pad.
The Cirklon drives the Synthesizers.com for the bass, the SEM, the Plaits and the Braids for the snare sound.
Some soloing on the Moog Voyager Old School, the Moog Prodigy and the Moog Polymoog Synthesizer.
This all is recorded in 1 take. Sorry for my bad camera work and the fact that the camera stopped after 15 minutes. Hope you enjoy it nevertheless.”