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Analisis Musical de Oxygeno 2
« en: 14 de Abril de 2011, 04:35:40 pm »
Esto acaba de aparecer en el conocido blog de musica Synthopia:

Un tal Thierry Lebon (tinet37) nos enseña una verdadera clase maestra de como hacer este emblematico tema de Jarre con minimos recursos y maximo resultado. (minimos segun él, porque a mi no me parece tan minimo tener un Roland SH-101)

A musical analysis of Oxygene 2 - Jean Michel Jarre - Part 0/4 : Rythmics, by Thierry Lebon

Thierry Lebon put together this detailed, multi-part analysis of Jean Michel Jarre’s classic Oxygene 2, recreating it with inexpensive software and minimal gear:

    Here I will show you that you can break that song down into its instrument tracks , and perform an acoustic analysis of each and every sound.

    I will show you that it is possible to reproduce that with a cheap minimal equipment, just by ear and instinct, with no scores, no MIDI file, no computer. All is hand played except for rythmics part … this is real music recorded with my “old school” method !

    In this first part, I try to reproduce the rythm played in the original JMJ’s Oxygene, with the Korg MiniPops 7 ; here, I used a standalone free application called Rythmus by ElektroStudio. In that software, you can adjust the volume of each sounds, the pan, the tune, the volume and the global tempo ; 2 presets are used simultaneously : Beguin and Slow Rock for Oxygene 2.

A musical analysis of Oxygene 2 - JMJ - Part 1/4 : check-up equipment, by Thierry Lebon

In the second section, Lebon does a basic test:

this is a basic test : I will show you that it’s possible to play Oxygene 2 with minimal equipment : 2 synths, 2 effects, one VSTi … here 4 tracks are tested : phased wind (sh-101 + small stone) ; sequence 1 : internal sequencer of the sh-101 + memory boy ; rythmus by elektrostudio ; mellotron tape choir and bass (Alesis Fusion 8hd)

A musical analysis of Oxygene 2 - JMJ - Part 2/4 : "light cover" by Thierry Lebon

Next up:

How to make a soft version of Oxygene 2 with minimal equipment : only 2 synths !

All is hand and by ear played .This is a very “light” cover ! I recorded 10 audio tracks with Presonus Studio One, but without automation and I have to add 2 tracks for noises with the Roland SH-101.

I only use Rythmus (by ElektroStudio), Alesis Fusion 8 HD, Roland SH-101, Electro-Harmonix Small Stone (Phaser) and Memory Boy (Tape Delay).

A musical analysis of Oxygene 2 - JMJ - Part 3/4 : Final Cover by Thierry Lebon

In Part 3/4, the final cover:

One Alesis Fusion 8 HD + one Roland SH-101 + one Electro-Harmonix Small Stone + one Electro-Harmonix Memory Boy + software Rythmus by ElektroStudio, one USB AudioBox Presonus + Studio One + very much time to analyze = one cover of Oxygene 2 – Jean Michel Jarre, by a non musician, newbie in music, but working by ear and all hand played with errors on tempo and fingers position, … so SORRY for mistakes !

A musical analysis of Oxygene 2 - JMJ - Part 4/4 : sounds from Roland SH-101 by Thierry Lebon

In part 4/4, Lebon looks at processing effects with analog pedals:

Noises, electronic sounds, effects used in my Cover of Oxygene 2 – Jean Michel Jarre, all sounds go thru analog pedals (E-H Small Stone Phaser and Memory Boy)

Finally, Lebon demonstrates the main Alesis Fusion 8 HD sounds:

Main Samples, sounds, keys and chords used with the Alesis Fusion 8 HD to make my Final Cover of Oxygene 2 – Jean Michel Jarre

Fuente: http://www.synthtopia.com/content/2011/04/12/a-musical-analysis-of-oxygene-2-jean-michel-jarre-part-0-rythmics-by-thierry-lebon/



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Re:Analisis Musical de Oxygeno 2
« Respuesta #1 en: 15 de Abril de 2011, 12:55:28 am »
Que fácil parece viendo esos videos  :-D :roll:

Aparte del Roland SH-101 cuanto hay que gastar para tener ese mínimo de equipos  :?


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Re:Analisis Musical de Oxygeno 2
« Respuesta #2 en: 15 de Abril de 2011, 09:38:36 am »
Juasssss!!! Siempre sospeché que la base rítmica de Oxygene 2 era una rumba :-D Y las de Oxygene 4 y 6 capaz de venir también de la rumba.
« Última modificación: 15 de Abril de 2011, 09:41:58 am por David »