Max Ravitz (aka Patricia) uses a Moog Subharmonicon, a Mother-32, and a DFAM to make beautiful music in his garden.
In this new semi-modular exploration, Asheville-based electronic music producer and Moog Product Specialist Max Ravitz (aka Patricia) brings Subharmonicon together with Mother-32 and DFAM for an intricate performance among the flora of his garden at home. Subharmonicon provides two layers of rhythmic chordal movement, touched with a bit of delay from the OTO Machines BIM 12-bit delay. Mother-32 plays a counter melody creating unique harmonies against the tuning of Subharmonicon's suboscillators. Lastly, DFAM glues the composition together with a deep analog kick drum, while the entire 3-tier system is processed by the OTO Machines BAM for some light reverb to give dimension to the mix.