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Let's Sample This - Xynthesizr with Electribe Sampler 2

YouTuber Let's Sample This is back with another fun track and Rubik's cube twiddling!

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In this performance I am using the Korg Electribe Sampler 2 as an effects processor to effect the sounds of Yuri Turov's Xynthesizr.
The Xynthesizr is, so far, the best piano roll sequencing app out right now. What makes it so good are all the live performance options. You can do more than just draw patterns. You can flip and move patterns in various ways. Also the randomizer is a great addition and you can custom set what part of the grid you want to automatically change, randomly, as you play. It's like your own personal "Brian Eno" in your iPad!

I will be doing more experiments with this app. But, for now I just wanted to show off how well the Electribe Sampler 2 is a great performance based effects processor for anything you plug into its input. Check the link below to get your copy for the Xynthesizr now!

If you are cuber or speed cuber I hope you enjoyed this new cubing stunt. I do plan on making more videos where I create ambient music while solving twisty puzzles and Rubiks cubes. The Windmill cube is one of my favorite puzzles and the YJ in particular I enjoy largely because of the high quality matte stickers. You can get your Windmill cube at the link below!

Let’s Sample This…is about experimental video creation along with experimental thought and new ideas. Don't just stick your little echo chamber; Sample Everything!


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