Rezzonator - Luminous Acid

YouTuber Rezzonator posted an impressive demo of a track he's working on. He's got a bunch of gear on this including many of Roland's Aira line, Korg Electribe, and an iPad running Launchpad.

Video Description:

This is a live performance/jam of a new track I am working on called Luminous Acid. It will be released as part of a new album or EP some time during 2018. The tracks on this release will all be very acid based and quite minimal.

The iPad is running the Novation Launcpad app that is sending out midi clock and laucnching some loops. Drums are from the Electribe 2 and the TR-8 and the acid bass is from the Roland TB-03. Synth sounds from the Roland System1 with everything then routed through the MX1 that is also acting as my sound card for recording into Ableton Live.

This version is just a first idea for this track and will be arranged and developed further before any release

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Nintendo Labo X Korg Gadget for Nintendo Switch

Ian from Easy Allies combines the Nintendo Labo cardboard creation kit with the recently released Korg Gadget for a quite improbable looking music making setup. He built the "Toy-Con Piano" which can actually play into Gadget! If you just want to skip to the final performance you can jump to 5:30.

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Ian makes a song using Korg Gadget and Nintendo Labo's piano with the Organ voice in the Garage!
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Superbooth 2018: Teenage Engineering OP-Z - Latest News

Gaz Williams from Sonic State got an update on the development of Teenage Engineering's long-awaited OP-Z. This new take on the OP-1 instrument is designed with an app interface in mind. Here they show it off with an iPhone, and it looks pretty damn amazing.

There is still no release date for OP-Z yet, but they have said the retail price will be $600.

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Superbooth 2018: Coolest Booth? Build Sounds Like LEGO in VR

Sonic State got a demo of MuX, a virtual reality synthesis app for PC available now on Steam for $20... after you spend $500 on HTC VIVE gear, and a powerful enough PC. I've been waiting to see someone use VR in an interesting way beyond half-assed novelty games. MuX is definitely a much more serious approach. This goes even deeper than modular synthesis; down to the individual components of synthesis. There are even plans for MuX to interact with physical modular hardware in the future.

Video Description:

Edo really knows the VR space - he makes it look so easy when he builds really interesting sound machines from basic 'physics' building blocks in the virtual landscape. It's a powerful concept - you can make sound generating machines in VR which either comply with the normal rules of physics as we know them in the 'real' world... or totally ignore them!
Right now the sound generation is in the box, but soon it will communicate with external sound devices, so you can control your modular in VR - yes!
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Funk Tree - Interstellar Noises with Soundscaper

Funk Tree is getting some great soundscapes out of SoundScaper in this track with a Pocket Operator PO-32, and Roland's TB-3 and JX-03.

Video Description:

With 3 UNIQUE sample playing slots, 3xLFOs and delays and 2 dimensional sound movement. This app offers very unique way to craft the 3 samples. I also used TB-3 to get me some rhythmical bass and of course my favorite drum box PO-32 to get some pulse. Enjoy on headphones ..

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