Then I dropped a couple of audio tracks to receive the many variations made by the mouse with both instruments, above all on the Minimonsta, and I admit that moving all those knobs and switches activating filters and oscillators was a lot of fun
The Bass came from the Minimonsta audio, and the same for the drums, but I stuffed the latter using more exotic riffs than usual
A note about manual variations:
having Scaler feeding the chords, I used the mouse to change both the sound of the Minimonsta, AND the riff of the guitar, trying to select louder or softer riffs according to the softer or louder tones of the Moog, respectively
In practice, I used e.g. “scratches” (soft riff) for the louder Moog tones and vice versa
Do you think it was reasonable?
That using e.g. louder tones for both the Moog and the guitar could be better?