Making a Berlin School Track with Modular

US The 5th Volt on AE Modular      05/04/24

Here we have a neat video from the 5th Volt using AE Modular to build a Berlin School Track. The video is expertly demonstrated at an easy pace, showing each element added and built upon to make an expansive electronic track with just a few elements. Find more information about the AE Modular system at https://tangiblewaves.com. Here's what they have to say: 

In this video I give a step by step tutorial on how to make a very simple track in the Berlin School style of electronic music. I'm using the Synthexplorer from tangible waves with only a few basic modules, so you should be able to follow along with pretty much any system (even Eurorack!)

00:05 Intro Track

01:08 Introduction

02:52 The Tutorial

22:42 Bonus:

The whole track All sounds from the AE Modular from tangible waves recorded using the Zoom H6 recorder and processed in Da Vinci Resolve.

 

If you haven't already, you can join their forum at http://forum.aemodular.com

More on their website at https://www.the5thvolt.com


About the author [midierror]: midierror makes nifty Max For Live devices, innovative music hardware, award winning sample packs and hosts a podcast speaking to people in the music world.



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