Part 5 features some more pictures taken during the Someday World jam session, which took place in April 2014

 

These pictures mainly show the setup on the right hand side of the room, where Brian Eno and Fred Gibson had their setups. For views of the left-hand side, and of the setups of Karl Hyde and Leo Abrahams, take a look at Part 4.

 

Leo Abrahams and Karl Hyde in action at Brian Eno's London studio

Leo Abrahams and Karl Hyde in action at Brian Eno’s London studio. Brian is on the right

 

 

Here we can see the session as it is recorded in Pro Tools

Here we can see the session as it is recorded in Logic Audio

 

 

Brian’s work space includes a Korg KAOS Pad, Alesis Air FX and a mixer for fading between audio signals. A pair of Samson monitors are being used as a make-shift table!

 

 

The view from behind shows how much routing is going on

The view from behind shows how much routing is going on

 

 

A breeze block acts as a conduit for the routing wires and props up a monitor too

A breeze block acts as a conduit for a patchbay’s routing wires and props up a monitor too!

 

 

Brian's CD-player

Brian’s Numark CD-player

 

 

Brian's work area

Brian’s work area. In the background you can see an easel holding the white board which Brian uses for jotting down thoughts and ideas relevant to the session

 

 

Fred Gibson using his Novation controller

Fred Gibson using his Native Instruments Maschine controller. His graphic EQ is underneath, and a laptop running the Maschine software is on his left

 

 

Part 1 of Brian Eno and Karl Hyde: Recording Someday World, can be found here: Part 1

 

Part 2 of Brian Eno and Karl Hyde: Recording Someday World, can be found here: Part 2

 

Part 3 of Brian Eno and Karl Hyde: Recording Someday World, can be found here: Part 3

 

Part 4 of Brian Eno and Karl Hyde: Recording Someday World, can be found here: Part 4

 

Polymath has interviewed Brian before. If you’d like to read our interview click here:  Brian Eno: The Philosophy of Surrender