Terminator Theme But Really Really Slow #MusicMonday
There have been so many Terminator sequels it’s as if something in the future is sending them back in time to remove the existence of the first movie. That something is trying to undo the first movie not because it’s evil, but because it is good. The first Terminator movie is, in fact, tech-noir perfection. It’s a proto-cyberpunk piece of pop-art that transforms Los Angeles as much as Seven or Blade Runner — with a gloriously dark synth soundtrack. Here’s Espen Kraft with a slow-play of Terminator’s classic theme:
I’ve always wanted to make an arrangement of the classic Terminator theme in a more romantic or nostalgic way…. With the help of some truly amazing pad/string sounds from Analogcity I finally did it. The Korg DSS-1 is the Terminator among samplers in terms filter power. I mean seriously, not much comes close to what this machine can do. Highly underrated. It eats the almost all other synthesizers for breakfast when it comes to sheer power.
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