Watch This Cool Tutorial on How to Make Pink Floyd “On The Run” with Ableton Max for Live OSCiLOTT Modular

I’ve had Max for Cats OSCiLOTT Max for Live Modular for some time but only recently had time to start digging into it. I’ve been poking around on YouTube watching tutorial videos on the instrument and bumped into this fantastic demo of how to make Pink Floyd’s “On the Run” in 10 Minutes. The demo also shows off how great OSCiLLOT sounds.

The video is by Gattobus (check out his YouTube channel here).

[update 1/30/20190] Gattobus continues share pics and vids of his work with synths and is also on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

This is a tutorial I prepared for my students during the synth course in RockFactory music school in Siena (Italy) I used Ableton Live 9 with M4L plugin OSCiLLOT by Max for Cats. “On the run” is a classic piece of electronic music that I like very much to cover every now and then… so: here it is, again! 😛

You can use this tutorial to get an idea on how this piece is done and try to apply the basics to every kind of synthesizer you might have.

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