Wavegrower Themes

Published on Oct 18, 2017 2 by bukowski official

"Wavegrower Themes is a collection of five short music pieces made by 2 by bukowski (http://2bybukowski.com), inspired by and made as a tribute to Wavegrower's (http://wavegrower.tumblr.com) art.

Into the Wave
Moog Mother 32: 3 overdubbed tracks through MXR Carbon Copy and TC Electronic Hall of Fame 2 for the pad like sounds

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  • Published on Jan 26, 2018 2 by bukowski official

    "London track: Arturia DrumBrute for the beat, DIN synched to Moog Mother 32 (sequencer lines), Arturia MicroBrute (drone), all going through a Behringer MX400 MicroMix into Fulltone OCD, MXR Carbon Copy, TC Electronic Hall of Fame 2.

    Athens track: Roland JX-03 for the pad

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  • Published on Mar 20, 2016 Rheyne

    "Making some noises with 3x Moog Mother 32 analog semi-modular synths. Reverb is from a TC Electronic Hall of Fame pedal. Delay is from a Roland AIRA Demora. Sequences were pre-programmed before recording.

    Sounds: 3x Moog Mother 32
    Reverb: TC Electronic Hall of Fame
    Delay: Roland AIRA Demora
    Mixer: Yamaha MG12XU
    Recording: Tascam DR44WL
    Video: Canon Vixia HFR40"

  • Fans of the classic synth music of Jean Michel Jarre may want to get familiar with Norway’s Glenn Henriksen, aka Glenn.
    He sent us a copy of his 2008 album Electronic Secret, a 10-part suite of electronic instrumentals that he describes as “Nice chill Electronic music with a touch of Jean Michel Jarre, Kitaro, Vangelis ….”
    In other words – his music is inspired by the late 70’s-early 80’s golden age of synth music.
    Of the influences that Henriksen notes, the most obvious is Jarre. Henriksen’s obvious affection for Jarre’s music may excite some and turn off others, but, for fans of classic synth music, Electronic Secret deserves attention on its own merits.
    The album is made up of 10 songs in a continuous mix. The songs are melodically focused, with simple themes that are repeated with various instrumental combinations. Henriksen creates interest through tasteful arrangements and his choice of sounds, rather than from fiery solos.
    Here’s a video of Glenn and his daughter Iselin performing Part 10 of Electronic Secret, in concert in 2008:
    Click here to view the embedded video.
    Electronic Secret has limited distribution as a CD – but you can get Henriksen’s album at Amazon, via the link above, as MP3s.

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