AX-Edge Editor by Roland Corporation

Roland has released a new keytar called the AX-Edge. This $1,000 keytar arrives with AX-Edge Editor for iOS!

Historically no one has been able to make a keytar look cool, and I'm not sure if Roland will succeed in changing that with this. It looks Retro Futuristic; like something designed in 1985 for 2015, released in 2018 at the tail end of 80's nostalgia.

AX-Edge Editor iTunes Description:

Customize the AX-Edge to your taste

AX-Edge Editor is a free app that lets you take full advantage of your AX-Edge by customizing it to your taste.
AX-Edge Editor provides editing functionality that lets you create original sounds and librarian functionality that lets you organize lists of sounds as needed for different performance situations. It also provides numerous other useful functions, such as system effect editing that lets you customize the output sound appropriately for each live performance venue, and the ability to download additional sound lists and sound data from Axial in a single operation. The AX-Edge features a distinctive external appearance, and now you can also customize its sound to give it even more of your own personality.

Main features:
- Program editing and tone editing let you create your own original sounds (programs and tones).
- System effect editing lets you adjust effects such as EQ and reverb as appropriate for your live performance venue.
- Librarian lets you create, save, and recall program lists and tone lists as needed for different performance situations.
- You can download additional sound lists and sound data in a single operation from Axial (*) and load them into your AX-Edge.
- The app connects to your AX-Edge wirelessly via Bluetooth.

* Axial is a sound library site that lets you download additional sounds for Roland synthesizers.

There are a lot of demos for the Axe-Edge on YouTube, but Sergio Selim has the most holes in his pants.
If anyone can make this thing cool, it is this guy!

Shangri-la - Halloween Dance

It isn't even Fall yet, but Shangri-la can't wait for Halloween! Here he jams out a fun Dancey groove on a bunch of gear, with Electribe Wave.

Video Description:

Hey Guys, I got the new Korg Electribe Wave groove box for iPad and made my 3rd tune “Halloween Dance” by arranging a sample beats “Rufunk”. Boss RC 505, Korg Kaossilator Pro+, KP3+, microkorg XL+, EWI4000s were also used in my performance. Electribe Wave has many sample beats which can be easily arranged. Let’s give it a try! This video and audio tracks were recorded in one take, as usual.

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In this video I used:
Korg Electribe Wave (iOS)
Boss RC-505 Loop Station
TC-electron M-ONE
Korg microKorg XL+
Korg Kaossilator Pro+
Korg KP3+
Mackie 1202 12-Channel Mixer

SIZL - Melancholy Sunrise

YouTuber SIZL greets the morning sunrise with a bit of melancholy and a lot of synths!

Video Description:

Gear used:
Akai MPC Live
Roland MX-1 Mix Performer
Roland TR-8 Rhythm Performer
Roland TB-3 Touch Bassline
Roland JD-XI Analog / Digital Crossover Synth
BOSS RC-202 Loop Station
Arturia MicroBrute Red Analog Synthesizer
Apple iPad 2 w/ Korg WaveStation
Alesis IO Dock
Livid Instruments Base II - MIDI Controller
Korg Kontrol49 - MIDI Controller
MIDI Solutions Quadra Thru

thesoundtestroom: Zoom ARQ AR-96 Sampling Tutorial

Doug Woods from thesoundtestroom did a tutorial on sampling apps into the Zoom ARQ AR-96.

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Knobcon 2018: The Missing Link with Ableton Link

Sonic State had a field reporter on hand at Knobcon to catch this introduction to The Missing Link. This small clock generator has Ableton Link, allowing you to easily sync hardware with iOS music apps. They are being produced by hand in small quantities, and retail for $200. If you'd like one you'll need to get on a waiting list.

I heard this morning on the Sonic Talk pre-show that the Knobcon videos were edited using LumaFusion!

Video Description:

The Circuit Happy Missing Link is a clock generator with Ableton Link integration. Devices can be used to synth multiple devices over Wifi, and outputs a number of different clock type and resolution.

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