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Artist Info

Yasuyuki Uesugi

Yasuyuki Uesugi
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I'm a noise musician living in Hokkaido, Japan.

I met the analogue synthesizer of JMT SYNTH (Japanese handmade synthesizer maker) and was drawn into the appeal of noise music.
I had JMT SYNTH make custom-made synthesizer, and I am creating music with the instrument configuration centered around this.

I also became interested in analogue sounds by touching the analogue synthesizer.
Therefore, I thought about the instrument configuration to draw out to the maximum the analogue sounds.
As a result, the digital instrument such as DAW software is used as little as possible.
Only the multi track recorder is a digital device, but it does not perform any digital processing other than music file creation and volume normalization.
In addition, I record with one shot. This is to preserve the subtle changes in the sound of analog instruments.

A characteristic of my noise music is that I don't play.
I wanted to convey a pleasant sound as it was, so this style was adopted.
However, the sound has slightly changed due to the effects of analog instruments and spring reverb.
I believe that such natural changes will produce maximum comfort.
Also, This noise sound represents something in my spirit.

The instrument configuration and connections are as follows.
Analogue synthesizer: NDSQ (JMT SYNTH)
Spring reverb: LRV-1 (JMT SYNTH)
Mixer: LM-8ST (TASCAM)
Compressor: DL241 (DRAWMER)
Preamplifier / Compressor: 1960 (DRAWMER)
Parametric equalizer: 1961 (DRAWMER)
Multi track recorder: DP-24SD (TASCAM)
Headphone amplifier: MH-8 (TASCAM)
Monitor earphone: UM PRO 50 (WESTONE)
Cable: 8412 (BELDEN)
Power distributor: AV-P250 (TASCAM)
NDSQ→LRV-1→LM-8ST→DL241→1961→1960→DP-24SD→MH-8→UM PRO 50

Enjoy record of musics that can never be recreated
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