Making a lo-fi indie rock song with the Korg MS-20 ESP

Making an indie rock song from scratch by running various instruments through the Korg MS-20 via the ESP. Featuring a Fender Jaguar guitar, Fender P-Bass and various percussion.

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Instruments used: Seagull Merlin (guitar), Taylor GS mini (guitar), Kala U-Bass, recorder, shaker, caxixi, bongos. Software: TAL Bassline 101, TAL U-NoX, GeForce M-Tron Pro, Native Instruments India Discovery Series (harmonium).

•• LYRICS ••
I don’t want to waste your time
I don’t want to waste your time
Time is an illusion
I will multiply

I don’t want to lose your space
I don’t want to lose your space
Space is an illusion
I will multiply

I can take you down to the other side
Pieces of your past life
Leave them on the nightstand

I can take you back to the finish line
Pieces of your past life
Leave them on the nightstand

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20 thoughts on “Making a lo-fi indie rock song with the Korg MS-20 ESP

  1. I wanted to multiply your money by buying this track because it is stucked in my head for month for some reason..what’s his name and where can I buy it ? It would be great thanks <3<3<3

  2. I think I like the ESP a little better than the chiptune effect you use sometimes on vocals but it still has that interesting fuzzy feel.

  3. holy shit this is sick!!! sounds like oliver tree is gonna jump out and start singing

  4. Hey I like this a lot man. Is there any way you can tell me how you made the signal. The guitar sounds pretty good and not like the synth… kinda” clean etc. I’d really appreciate it, I plan to finally pick this synth up.

  5. this is perfect, you can really create a beautiful music if you have the talent and the money to buy those expensive instruments… in my case, i don’t have both

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