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Wow man. That just blew my frickin' mind. I've only had my OP-1 for a short while and it's my first foray into synths so I thought I would get it because it did a lot of things in a very portable package. I generally play guitar and use a multitrack recorder for writing but really wanted to use the OP-1 when I'm out and about. I grew up recording on a four track I garbage picked and repaired when I was 12. I thought the OP-1 would be right up my alley with it having four tracks. I've been racking my brain to try to figure out how exactly to record longer passages on it than the sample length let's you. You've seemed to hit the nail on the head. Don't know why it hasn't occurred to me before but just listening to your music seems to have inspired me. Your music is absolutely beautiful. It reminds me a bit of Ween and early Beck when he was recording on a four track. Just amazing. Is there anywhere I could find an album?
Sounds great man
Great sounding and great lyrics also, Gabriel! Very well done. Gostei muito da sua música, obrigado por compartilhar!
...also want to say how much I love your recording.Keep it up!
Hi Gabriel. Great sound. So, how did you record the vocals exactly? "Line out from the amp": so what mic were you using into the amp? And did you use any OP-1 effects on the vocal? I'm guessing too that for the recording you just plug the Cube Street output into the OP-1 line in and then play for the duration of the whole track. So you record the drums for the whole track length and then play the guitar and sing for that whole track length? Thanks. I'm one of the OP-1 nerds (! like ludicrouSpeed said) and people's process with the instrument always interests me! You've ended up with a recording that sounds really good. Man, I love the OP-1!