[Csnd] New track - One Hundred Trillion Miles

As always, thanks for listening and comments welcome.

https://soundcloud.com/filtercreed/one-hundred-trillion-miles

  • Behringer Neutron Analog mono-semi-modular
  • Custom MIDI algorithmic software written in dclang: https://github.com/akjmicro/dclang
  • Of course, csound does the stereo width (via some tricks with “Hilbert”), delay and reverb.

Enjoy!

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May 1 2021, Aaron Krister Johnson has written:
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One Hundred Trillion Miles by filtercreed | Filter Creed | Free Listening on SoundCloud

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Beautiful piece. It's lovely to hear the Neutron in this context. It
sits well with the Csound reverb. Thanks for shariing!

Best wishes,

Jeanette

Thank you, Jeanette!

nice as always.
How do you find your neutron?
In recent years, I ended up getting four of their analogue synths: VC340, Odyssey, Poly D, and this year the Mono/Poly. I really enjoy them.

Prof. Victor Lazzarini
Maynooth University
Ireland

Hi Victor,

I got mine from Sweetwater, the big MidWest music store in Indiana, as I was passing through…it has been an enjoyable synth, although I know there are some troubling things about Behringer the company, I have heard, and their approach. But it is arguably the best analog synth available at the price-point of folks who don’t want to commit incredibly deeply to analog modular gear.

As far as I’m concerned no more troubling than Yamaha et al price fixing. Their approach seems simple enough: here’s how much it costs to make, we’ll charge that plus a little extra to keep the company going.

Sounds alright to me. Their 2600 is a big success.

Prof. Victor Lazzarini
Maynooth University
Ireland

You have a point!

Also, thanks for the listen and comment, appreciated.

It’s a great track.

Prof. Victor Lazzarini
Maynooth University
Ireland