The Security Project releases Slowburn

#1

Blatant self-promotion here - The Security Project (one of the bands with which I tour) just released a new live album taken from our last tour. All the keyboard parts were realtime using only Gig Performer.

In particular, the last piece, the Genesis Medley which I created and arranged, uses about 30 rackspaces and with the benefit of Gig Performer’s Patch Persist™ feature, I was able to cycle through all the sounds I needed as I was playing with absolutely no glitching.

You can listen to all the tracks here.

Enjoy,
David

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#2

Awesome job, David.
Quality band, quality music, and quality performances!

#3

Beautiful! and everything sounds so clean!

#4

Lovely! And really good recording quality! Good morning listen!

#5

Very nice, David.

I really enjoy your Genesis Medley best. Reminds me of the ole days!

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#6

Real Music … how refreshing. Great work.

#7

It sounds fantastic, David. I also went on TSP website and listened to some additional songs. I particularly like your version of “Games without Frontiers!”. How are you managing synchronization of the LFO/PAN filter sweep in sound? Do you have some type of tap-tempo going, or is the band playing to a click of some type at that point?

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#8

There are different filter sweeps all over that song. Which one are you thinking of? There are no clicks being used.

#9

At the beginning of the chorus, starting on the word ‘knockout’, going through “If looks could kill they probably will.”. At 2:32 on the version on the securityproject.com home page.

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#10

I was interested and searched:
I think David plays 8th notes and with some automation the filter opens up, right?

#11

Yes that is correct, I play two keys which are mapped to the same note. When I start playing, a ramp is triggered that slowly opens the filter.
When I stop playing those notes, that ramp resets, ready for the next time. There is no LFO.

#12

Found this, another user did similar (ACHTUNG DEUTSCH):

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