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Nemesis [Atari MegaSTE Mix]

Also transferred my song Nemesis to the Atari MegaSTE and mixed the bugger on my Mackie mixing desk. Made major changes to the beat.

Here you go:

posted on Tue, 31 Mar 2020 10:07:38 +0200 by Yod801

Hibernation [Atari MegaSTE Mix]

I was reworking and transfering my old song Hibernation to my Ataris. To do this I had to reprogram two Roland D-20 sounds using Steinberg Synthworks on the Atari. I used ZeroX to transfer samples to my Akai S3000XL, too.

In older versions there was a "hard-coded" swing feel to the hi hats, so I was re-quantising most tracks to have a proper swing feel to them.

Master sequencer still is my mighty Atari MegaSTE running Cubase Score. Slaves to the master are my two Microsoft PCs I call YODMACHINE and WINTERMUTE.
In addition the main parts of the song are mixed on my new Mackie mixing desk, which makes it really hardware-heavy.

Here you go:

posted on Wed, 12 Feb 2020 18:30:16 +0100 by Yod801

Beacon [Atari Mega STE Mix]

As promised I've done a track-by-track mix of Beacon including vocals with my Atari MegaSTE being the master sequencer. Here you go:

posted on Tue, 26 Nov 2019 17:37:58 +0100 by Yod801

Beacon [Atari Mega STE Version - Instrumental]

I reconnected this catchy tune of mine to the MIDI ports of my Atari MegaSTE running Cubase Score, which from now on serves as my master MIDI sequencer.

Basically I exchanged my Kontakt5 multi sample by an Akai S3000XL hardware counterfeit. The programmed MIDI of the chorus melody was replaced by me actually playing the keyboard. I had to reprogram that clonky Roland D-20 ring modulated sound in Synthworks and I did some minor changes to the hi hats, too.

Mind this is just an instrumental recording of the song as it comes from my cheap mixing desk without proper EQs and FX as they are provided by Cubase Artist on the PC. Will do a track by track recording and mix this fatty including vocals in Cubase Artist properly soon.

I might be a bit preoccupied but I've got the impression you can definetly hear and feel the superior timing of the Atari MegaSTE:

posted on Mon, 18 Nov 2019 04:33:48 +0100 by Yod801

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