Mitch from The Audio Dabbler did a sound design tutorial for Poison-202; creating an evolving pad.
What's new in WOW Filterbox v2.5.0:••• Audio Unit v3 and iCloud Drive support •••
!!! Attention: Please be aware that existing IAA and Audiobus sessions won't work anymore !!!
When using your existing Audiobus 3 session that uses WOW IAA, you need to save within WOW the corresponding presets you’ve made BEFORE you start the update to version 2.5.0!
Likewise, when loading an existing Audiobus 3 session that uses WOW IAA, you just need to make sure you recall the corresponding preset manually via the internal preset browser of WOW when using the AUv3 version.
For more information visit: http://www.sugar-bytes.de/AU
Chris Lody failed to make a gentle ambient piece, and instead brings us a richly textured Industrial drone with his Volca Modular and Bass. I think he's got the same problem as me. I'm a happy guy. I'm not even a little depressed. But my muse is fucking dark. Every time I try to make a happy song, it goes straight to Hell.
Yet again a failed attempt to make some 'nice' ambient music, failed by quite a large margin this time and ended up following my mood into some industrial noise drone music.
Mostly since I got the Volca Modular i've been using it to make 'music', you know, with chords and melodies, things like that. So I thought I'd be nice to try something a bit more fixed. Well this is where I ended up. Using a different radio as a noise source for the Modular this time I patched something fairly randomly just trying to find something I like the sound of, which is a tactic that seems to work fine on the modular.
The Volca Bass is playing 3 octaves of the same note (I think, not 100% sure) through the Monotron delay which is being held on by a lump of blue tack and a D cell battery. Zoom 1201 reverb again. That's about it.
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Manufacturer KORG has released a firmware update for the nanoKEY Studio, nanoKONTROL Studio, and microKEY Air that enables them to be used as a Bluetooth MIDI controller in iOS. Which is surprising to me, because I assumed they could already do that. Perhaps iOS 13 broke this? Here's how you update the devices.
Here’s how to update your Korg Bluetooth MIDI controller, such as a nanoKEY Studio, nanoKONTROL Studio, or microKEY Air, to be compatible with the latest iOS update for Bluetooth.
To start your Korg controller in UPDATE MODE.
nanoKEY Studio: Set the mode switch to “USB”, press and hold the [Octave -] and [Sustain] buttons while connecting the controller to the computer’s USB port.
nanoKONTROL Studio: Set the mode switch to “USB”, press and hold the [Mute 8] and [Select 8] buttons while connecting the controller to the computer’s USB port.
microKEY Air 25/37/49/61: Set the mode switch to “USB”, press and hold the [Octave Down] button and keyboard’s leftmost key while connect the controller to the computer’s USB port.
System Updater Downloads
nanoKEY Studio - https://www.korg.com/us/support/downl...
nanoKONTROL Studio - https://www.korg.com/us/support/downl...
microKEY Air 25 System Updater - https://www.korg.com/us/support/downl...
microKEY Air 37/49/61 System Updater - https://www.korg.com/us/support/downl...
iOS13 Support for KORG Product (Corrected Issue with BLE-MIDI Connections for Controller Products ) News Bulletin
In this first of episode of my new series LA Stories, I meet with Tim Exile at the Griffith Observatory overlooking L.A. We have a deep discussion about the underlying philosophies of his groundbreaking collaborative app Endlesss. Visit Endlesss.FM to learn more about this incredible jamming software.
Apologies for some dodgy gimbal related footage with my massive head taking up far too much screen real estate!
Check out Endlesss here: https://endlesss.fm/
Read more about Tim here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tim_Exile
See our feature on Sonicstate about Endlesss here: https://youtu.be/WCiNKwTBKYs