Improvised piece for Rhodes, Arp2600 and Moog Voyager

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    Here's a link to a piece I recently posted on You Tube and Bandcamp. It's a free improv on Rhodes with one-take synthesizer dubs added later. This was just an opportunity to try and blend conventional harmony with some of the cool "non musical" sounds the Arp and Moog can generate.

     
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    Nice and ethereal but it could have used a bit of sequencer or LFO fun to give it a touch of a beat at some point.

    REALLY nice gear by the way... ;)

    Gary ;)
     
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    happyrat1 Destroyer of Eardrums!!!

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    I just listened to your other piece linked to the video. "Un Hip Pocket."

    Much more fun :)

    Gary ;)
     
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    Thanks for watching. Good point about the sequencer. I have a real sequencer and am planning to get it fired up soon for the next one.
     
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    Looking forward to hearing it. :)

    BTW, I checked out a couple more of your vids and subscribed to your channel. You really have a treasure trove of high end vintage gear there.

    Independently wealthy or just a good horse trader? :)

    Gary ;)
     
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    Thanks. Yes, I have some nice stuff. And I'm not blase about it. I'm really grateful to have it. I'm neither independently wealthy nor a good horse trader. (If I was independently wealthy, I'd have lots more time to make music and videos. And there'd be lots more up than I currently have.) I have a good paying corporate job, and I don't have kids to feed, clothe and educate. So that money goes into the studio. But it's a small house with a small studio, so I'm out of room. I have one more addition coming and then that's it. But I've got what I need to make the sounds I want. Can't ask for more than that.

    Rick
     
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