While some people struggle to hook up their iPads to modern computers for music making, Marco Digges hooked up his to a Commodore 64 to bring us this cover of Blue Monday.
The MIDI Clock/tempo is provided by the keyboard. The iPad is using Korg Gadget to play the drum beat, and the Commodore 64 is playing all the musical sequences using MSSIAH. It’s all synchronized via MIDI using the iRig MIDI 2 adapter.
Ace Waters brings us an 80's synthpop cover of Somewhere In my Memories from the original Home Alone.
G A T E D R E V E R B.
But yeah, Its Home Alone! I have been talking about covering music from this movie since the beginning of my channel. I finally got around to doing it! I hope you enjoy. Tried some new production techniques on this one. If you wanna hear more about them, think about supporting on Patreon where I do writeups about every cover I do!
Reader chisel316 recreates some classic 808 tracks on a new Roland TR-08 and other Roland gear. He's also got a bunch of apps helping out.
Growing up, I used to listen to a radio show called Uncle Jamm's Army on KDAY back when it was on AM radio. The reception wasn't too good where I lived, but it never stopped me from tuning in each weekend. One of my favorite songs from that show was Twilight 22 - Electric Kingdom. There's a ton of samples in this song so this is my own rendition using synths that I programmed from scratch. Of course, the Roland Boutique TR-08 is used for the beat. Hope you enjoy it!
Drums - Roland Boutique TR-08 Lead Synths - Roland Boutique JX-03/JP-08 Bass - Roland Boutique SE-02 Timpani - Bismark bs-16i soundfont (iOS) Vocoder - VirSyn VoxSyn (iOS) Mixer - AUM (iOS) Reverb - Audio Damage eos2 (iOS)