A Drone Performance on the Legendary ARP 2500 #MusicMonday
The ARP 2500, released in 1970, it was a highly innovative alternative to the Moog modular systems.” It still produces its own unique sound, in and it looks like nothing else. Here is a drone performance by Ombient. Here’s more from EMEAPP:
Here again performing on our complete ARP 2500 modular synthesizer is our regular collaborator and good friend, electronic music artist Ombient. His previous performance featured on this channel was a 21 minute melodic ride of “ARPic” proportions featuring the 2500, 2600 and Pro-Soloist. For his second recorded effort on this system, Ombient wanted to present a performance done exclusively on the 2500 as a tribute to the compositional style of legendary French electronic music composer Éliane Radigue. Sit back and soak in this endlessly evolving, expertly guided journey on this wonderful instrument.
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