Pocket Jam: Bastl Kastle & PO-12

YouTuber Kalkartronic is rocking out on a mini-modular Bastl Kastle synced to PO-12. This starts off pretty weird, but it gets quite good around 1 minute in.

Video Description:

Kastle by Bastl Instruments synced with PO-12 by Teenage Engineering: Kalkartronic Mini Jam.
First hands-on the Kastle which the postman delivered yesterday. Fun and hell of a noize! Great little beast. Small but angry. ;-)

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Rheyne - Live Jam #165

YouTuber Rheyne did another beautiful live looping performance on all of his luscious gear!

Video Description:

Live looping with Ableton Live. Recorded in one take with no pre-recorded loops or sequences.

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Nina's Last Minute Noodle

Nina Richards, one half of the ladies behind Transistor Sounds Labs and inventors of the Stepper Acid sequencer, did an awesome Modular Acid jam with Logic. She's controlling Logic with Logic Remote.

Video Description:

Recorded live using two Stepper Acids, two x0x hearts, plus a kick/noise patch and a pad patch, all on the modular synth. Additional polyphonic soft synth pad and drum loops via Logic Pro X. Recorded last minute before needing to de-patch the synth!

014london70 - Deep Tech House Session 5

014london70 did another awesome Deep Tech House jam on his mobile gear, with Sunrizer and Poison-202!

Video Description:

Circuit is sequencing Sunrizer and Poison 202. Sunrizer is running through AUFX Dub and both are being controlled from circuit's macro knobs. The Volcas are playing their own patterns. Recorded into AudioShare on iPhone via a Behringer Xenyx mixer and mastered in Final Touch.

James Skar - Cold Virus Eductional Video

YouTuber James Skar did an awesome jam on his collection of Korg gear. This one is genre bending; with obvious influences from Hip Hop and experimental Techno. All of this is punctuated with some amusing samples from a 1955 educational video on avoiding the common cold.

Video Description:

This is the first electronic music video of my Minilogue, Monologue and Electribe RMK2 timeclock midi synced. I'm running banks of sequenced beats, freehand playing and live sequence recording. For transitions, I'm utilizing controls like cutoff, delay time, LFO rate, master volume and samples from my Roland SP-404 taken from a 1955 public domain cold virus educational video. I fashioned a tool out of a credit card to hold my pitch shifter handsfree. This is all recorded, mixed down and mastered with my TASCAM DP-24SD Portastudio, video recording was done on a iPhone 7 Plus with a fisheye lens attachment. Edited with Microsoft Movie Maker on an old Toshiba laptop at my cabin in the woods of Bellingham, Washington.

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