sound of izrael presenting A live jam with 4 Monsters synths... Korg minilogue nordlead 2x Animoog (ipad air 2) Troublemaker(ipad air 2) drums played by Sinebeats and Patterning (ipad air 2) also included:audiobus 3
Rezzonator continues his tutorial series with a look at how he's sequencing hardware synths from modstep!
In this video I give a quick overview on what the app can do to control external hardware such as the Volca Bass, Minilogue, System 1, TB-03, TB3 etc. I also show how easy it is to map your own midi cc messages.
YouTuber Perplex On posted this beautiful jam, both in terms of the music and video! In addition to the featured PO-32, he's making use of Animoog for iPhone and a QuantumVJ!
This is a very minimalistic outdoor jam just using the Teenage Engineering PO-32 Tonic and an iPhone running Poly app sequencing Animoog. Visually supported by a QuantumVJ glitch visualizer. Everything recorded live on spot with a Zoom H2. Filmed at an old historical graveyard.
Reader Maria Calfa-DePaul has been having a lot of fun blending acoustic and electric elements with her newly aquired Rav Vast drum. Here she's jamming with the drum and a NA Flute, accompanied by Yamaha's Reface DX and Looperverse!
https://mariacalfa-depaul.bandcamp.com/ ** Rav Vast Drum made by Andrey Remyannikov in Perm Russia : http://ravdrum.com/ Encouraged by the great response my last video got using my Yamaha Reface Dx and my Rav Vast and Reverie Harp ; I decided to do a completely live improv by playing the Reface and looping it in the new app by Retronyms called "Looperverse" using my condenser mic. The app worked really well. By setting up an 8 measure loop it just kept adding extra tracks so that I could keep layering the Rav drum! This time I also wanted to try and use my HS NA flute which is in the enharmonic minor Bm (D major is the key of the Rav). Here is the result. I hope you like it. Again the birds were really a big part of this song. Thanks for listening. Stay tuned for the downloadable version of this song and the last on bandcamp!