"Last Train for Mankind" - new feature in Entropia module - Ambient patch no#4

Hello Rackerz.

This time I present you a patch in which I used two external VST plugins both are great virtual instruments from Air (both are paid version). The first is Xpand! 2. “It is a multitimbral workstation offering four active sound slots, or parts, per patch.” The other is Vacuum Pro. “It is a polyphonic analog synthesizer with a vacuum tube circuit modeling that perfectly captures the crunchy, warm sound of the analog era.” The first one was used to generate female and male choirs. I also let the women’s choir pass through the Vult God Rescomb2 filter (3 stereo channel on the mixer) to add some variables to the whole. To make it interesting then I came up with an idea how to use the new properties of the Entropia module from Geodescis (for me the idea of ​​using this module as a kind of mixer for two separate audio channels (or sound sources) is a revelation.) For this project it gave an interesting effect. What else … hmmm? Oh. I forgot that VacuumPro the second of the VST plug-ins used by me was used to obtain the sound effect of the steam locomotive (via 2xVorg filter and Rescomb2). Female and male choirs and a steam locomotive were programmed with a (phrasal sequencer) Foundry from Impromptu Modular. Two Interzone from Valley modules served to give the dark character to the whole.

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It sounds crazy, man. Very cinematic.

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Very nice,impressive!