Waterfalls, a synthesizer, and a walk through a forest. Here’s some mesmerizing work from Gary P Hayes on Synthopia’s Sunday Synth Jam. More from the artist:
Eager to try out my two NTS-1s – so took them with me on a little walk down through the wonderful Valley of the Waters – several waterfalls 200m below the Wentworth Falls escarpment… there was no real prep for this beyond spending a few minutes sync’ing them the night before and trying some dual arpeggios … so excuse the rather ‘vague’ feel to this one, it has it’s moments but consider it a trial …
Continuous Out-Dawless Jam / Impro on Two Korg Nu:Tekt #NTS-1 (a ‘trial’ session)
recorded direct to Zoom H6 no post processing.
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