Hyperdriver - Analog
The idea behind the recording of this album came about because of an online discussion about breakcore. I know it was an online discussion because at one point someone was called a nazi (modern newspeak for "I disagree with your opinion"). During this discussion someone said that breakcore, speedcore and all associated genres are all about computers, samples and drum machines. I disagreed (what a nazi) and said that I could record an album without either a computer, drum machine or samples. And here it is. Analog.
The equipment used is a Korg MS20 mini, a Moog Mother 32 and a Dreadbox Hades. Sequencing duties were performed by an Arturia Beatstep Pro and the Moog Mother's internal sequencer. Everything was recorded live into a Zoom R16 multitrack. The R16 also provided effects along with a TC Electronic Flashback mini delay pedal.
Despite a completely different way of working, the Hyperdriver aggression is definitely still there. DJ unfriendly as ever, you probably couldn't dance to it. I think it all turned out pretty good. I won't call you a nazi if you disagree though.
Peace and love
1. Mood DreadBox Korg
3. Interference Part 1
5. Dissonant Chaos
6. Rez Own Ant
7. Interference Part 2
Artwork by Mattia Travaglini Artworks