This wonderful work of art, is full of magic. Congratulations for what you
two have achieved here. I am definitely looking forward for listening at, may there be, future musical collaborations between you, Robyn and dhr2!
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Hardware render from my Amiga A1200, video here: https://youtu.be/74WlXTOdX6k
Utilising a Casio GZ-50m, Yamaha TG100, Kawai PHM, Marcus Miller V7 bass and an Amiga A1200, two musical geniuses of England have declared a fashion statement towards the musical public to show everyone what they're about.
The penny has dropped, but like soap on a rope, we don't do coke (only Pepsi)
Robyn (aka tenryuu, robynmod, Robyn A1200):
This song started as a bunch of bass recordings I made, playing bass through a Zoom RFX1000 multi effects unit, an organ chord sequence and drums. GoldenDenis (aka dhr2) made an awesome melody and chorus. The song only got better from there! I hope everyone enjoys the song as much as I did working on it
dhr2 (aka GoldenDenis, dusthillresident):
When Robyn showed me the first version of the song, I was instantly amazed by the extremely funky slap bass. I suggested we collab on it and she accepted.
Then we got to work, and it was a huge amount of fun.
At first I wasn't totally confident because I'm fairly new to the protracker/.mod format, but I got used to it quickly with Robyn's help.
I actually sampled a couple of my own MIDI hardware synth modules in this song - Yamaha TG100, and Casio GZ-50M. That was fun to do, the samples turned out pretty nicely.
I also borrowed some samples from the classic .mod song "Gummisnoppis", which has a huge amount of nostalgic significance to me. I used to listen to it during car rides and stuff when I was 17, on my cheap little 64mb MP3 player.
But yeah overall this was great fun. I love collaborating with Robyn. I think we have some serious creative synergy going, Robyn inspires me a lot.