Alesis Andromeda

One of the most “alive” sounding synths I’ve ever played

Alesis Andromeda

Someone let me borrow an Alesis Andromeda once.  Giving it back was one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do. It sounded great by itself, and worked nicely with other synths.  I was able to do some interesting control voltage work with it as well.

I really liked the percussive background on this one. It was all Moog Little Phatty and Slim Phatty sequenced by the Koushion iPad app. The Moog Multi-Pedal CV step sequence was controlled by Koushion too.

The Andromeda inspired my to get a little crazy with sounds (and video editing). The patch on the opening Andromeda chords here was one of the most satisfying and powerful I’ve ever played. Turn this one up for full effect (but be careful if wearing headphones).

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