Rheyne released his second jam this week. Here he's featuring a supremely down-tempo approach.
Live looping with Ableton Live, with lighting controlled entirely by the instruments. The audio from each instrument triggers a specific set of lights and colors via a DMXIS and Max for Live. The monitors are displaying Nullsoft's Winamp (Milkdrop) reacting to audio input in realtime. Nothing was pre-recorded for the jam.
Download or stream the audio at SoundCloud: http://snd.sc/1bt4G5U
- DSI MoPho keyboard
- Akai APC20
- Novation Launchpad
- DJ TechTools MIDI Fighter 3D
- iPad running Lemur w/ iConnectMIDI
- iPad running Animoog
- KMI QuNeo - NI's Battery (drums)
- KMI QuNexus NI's Kontakt (piano)
- Oxygen25 - NI's Massive
- Enttec DMXIS
- PreSonus 1818VSL
- Macbook Pro running Ableton Live and Max
There is a lot of excitement about the Volca's coming to the West, but I've been seeing a lot of misinformation in forums about the Volca Bass. So I put together a video to demonstrate the Acid capabilities of Korg's $150 analog monosynth, while comparing it to a TT-303, as well as providing some tips! I even run it through a Sunsine Audio Vanishing Point.
Reader Baddcr has been working hard for many months on a community site dedicated to sharing patches/presets for iOS apps:
The idea for SynthPatcher came from discussions here on discchord, so I'm very proud to announce the launch here! In addition to patch sharing there are forums, free presets, and plans for users to be able to sell their patches and earn commissions!
The site is supported by membership subscriptions of £1.00 per month, which works out to about $1.60 or €1.20. Membership is required for access to the forum. This keeps the site ad free and spammers out of the forum.