Geoff from geoffmobile.com plays his synthesizer, the Korg MS-2000B, for around 35 minutes.
This is Geoff’s favorite jam of his yet! New sonic ground was covered, at least for Geoff’s musical ear. Some of the music in this video may be useful for a short film score, and Geoff intends for you to use this music in your films (for free!! – please see below).
This video and performance are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution. Feel free to use the music in your short film or corporate videos or any other sort of purpose, as long as you include my name, Geoff Peters, and website link geoffmobile.com in the credits.
To obtain uncompressed WAV versions of this music (such as to use in a short film or radio program), please email Geoff at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact him through:
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A Birds in the House production
Synthesizer: Korg MS-2000B
Recorded into a Motu 8-pre in 48khz 24 bit, stereo.
Geoff’s voice was recorded using a Sennheiser lapel microphone /wireless transmitter, also plugged into the Motu 8-pre.
This audio was not processed, normalized, compressed, or modified in any way. It’s the clean signal right from the synth.
Video recorded with a Sony Cybershot DSC-HX9V camera (manual white balance, EV+0, 60p 1080p), and edited with Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 on a Windows 7 Dell PC (Intel i7 and USB 3.0 for a faster workflow). Audio was synced with the video using Pluraleyes from Singular Software. Synth audio was monitored live during performance on Behringer B2031A studio monitors.
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