ambient_02 delay_repeat: rhodes, meeblip, nanoloop, count to five, H9

Published on Sep 23, 2018 Chris Randall

“Some Sunday afternoon vibes. The Rhodes is running through the Montreal Assembly Count To Five pedal, where I grab that initial chord that provides the bed of the song. From there, to an Eventide H9 Max for some reverse delay action, and then in to the iPad.

The Gameboy (running the nanoloop mono cartridge) goes in to the Field Kit, and the Field Kit’s

duality micro – f. r. i. d. a. y. Live jam

Published on Mar 23, 2018 evadum

“In this little live jam you can see & hear the tr09, tb03, sh01a and a gba sp with nanoloop 2. All synced via midi. As midi master runs the gba sp with one of my sync cables.



Please enjoy!”

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chris randall – exploration.05

Published on Dec 24, 2017 Chris Randall

“I was just horsing about trying to figure out routing, and recorded some simple noodles on the Linnstrument, with Madrona Labs Kaivo providing the synth sounds. Enticing rhythms via Nanoloop Mono via Eventide H9, drones and noises on the four-track (from a tape I had made for another track, natch.)

The Linnstrument and Kaivo/Aalto is a powerful

Spirited Away (千と千尋の神隠し) // Sootballs (ボイラー虫) [Geektronica Synth-Rock Cover]

Published on Jan 25, 2017 Ace Waters

“Whenever I arrange a Ghibli track, it always ends up taking a very long time. Joe Hisaishi, even in his simpler tracks, has so much depth that it takes me time to just wrap my head around the song I am covering. I have a few Ghibli tracks I want to cover this year, and this one was the one that Twitter picked. In a weird turn from the norm, I actually