I’d started preparing this article to post around the anniversary of “Discovery”, however Daft Punk broke up before then, so I ended up pulling an all-nighter to get this out the day after they broke up. They’re fun remakes of original, inventive songs. I’d read that they relied on the Roland Juno-106 more than people usually credit them for, so I relied on TAL U-NO-LX for most of the synth parts and found it did a great job.
Note that the Aerodynamic project only recreates the ending synth section featured in the article, not the entire song. The other three remakes are all of the complete songs.
The included Ableton Live Projects contain the following tracks:
Panned Delay Effect
Main Synth 1
Main Synth 2
Guitar Loop 1
Guitar Loop 2
Guitar Loop 3
These Ableton Live Projects require Ableton Live 11 and use the following plugins:
Arturia Mini V
Arturia DX7 V
Arturia Prophet V
Spectrasonics Omnisphere 2 (Voyager only)
D16 Decimort 2
iZotope Ozone Imager (free)
Softube Fix Phaser
Soundtoys Microshift (Verdis Quo only)
TAL Chorus (free)
All tracks have been frozen so if you’re missing any of the above plugins, you’ll still be able to hear the tracks and play the project. If you own the plugins, you can unfreeze the tracks to edit the sounds.
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