Volca Keys and Volca Bass Reverb added in GarageBand Recorded on a FCA202 Filmed on a trusty old iPhone 5
Welcome to my channel. Quickly set up this to do my first video. I thought I'd start a little easy. ;) I intend to add more layers as I progress, but you can get a long way with just two devices and a little reverb for a start. I thought about rigging up a messy multi-MIDI/Ableton-sequenced/12-channel input setup, but don't worry. We'll get there eventually. Subscribe if you don't wanna miss THAT!
Playing a Make Noise 0-Coast with a KMI QuNexus (via MIDI) alongside 3x Moog Mother-32 sequences, plus a Fender Rhodes. Reverb is from 5 separate instances of Ableton's reverb. Ableton's clock is stopped, and is only being used to process reverb.
Here's one I prepared earlier... Ingredients: 1 sound of your choice, recorded into iPulsaret (any onboard mic will suffice). Mix and fold into a rough dough using iPulsaret's many parameters. Set to one side to cool. Then introduce some noodlings of filter resonance from the Atlantis, followed by a simple sequence of notes, into which you blend various waveforms until it starts to get boring. Fortunately for me at least, such things don't seem to get old. Recorded into Cubasis on an iPad with Virsyn's Audio Reverb. This composition started life as an iPulsaret recording, but in this version the Atlantis part was actually recorded first, then the iPulsaret overdubbed afterwards (thus making timing easier). Just a few recent, contextual video clips this time. It never seems to stop raining. Thanks to everyone for your continued support, it means a lot.