Minimal House Track performed on the Elektron Digitakt


For my latest Saturday Night Dawless Digitakt performance - right before my new Album "When Left Alone" releases - I wanted to try something visually new! Since a few days I have a lot more space in my room as before and can now quickly set up my green screen to perform. Do you think this is good or was the old top view recording better for understanding what I do? Let me know :)


Speaking of the track which I titled "Second Take", I wanted to go a little back to last years "Blackbox Session" style that I like a lot. The pattern uses of a lot of crackle, hiss and other weird noise to model the snares, hats and grooves instead of using realistic samples.


Furthermore, you'll hear a melodic synth arp that plays in a different time signature than the rest of the track. This results in interesting polyrythms. Per Digitakt "Fill" function I programmed a break that I throw in every now and then.

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59 Perlen was born in Gemany and lives nowadays in Zurich, Switzerland. Producing electronic music is his passion since 20 years. He performs Digitakt dawless tracks, scores ambient music for contemporary art projects, teaches music performances and co-hosts the monthly podcast "The Life Of Music".

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