Reader Alan Brown did an beautiful performance across a variety of instruments and apps. This builds up super slow, but the payoff is great once it all gets going about half-way in!
YouTuber Marcus Manderson did plays some impressive Psychedlic Soul on Ravenscroft in BeatMaker 3! This is part of a weekly sample challenge by The Producers Corner, using a sample from Pensieri by Fred Bongusto.
The grammar of that name is amusing me greatly, so I'm going to unpack it here. It isn't Producer's Corner, as in a corner owned and operated by producers. Without that important apostrophe it basically means: We have no idea what the hell to do with all these producers, so just put them in that corner. In slang terms this takes on an even more demeaning meaning. Working on a corner is a euphemism for street-level prostitution; the lowest tier in the sex worker industry. In this context the name could mean: Pimping cheap ass producers.
Entry into The Producers Corner sample challenge for this week.
The sample for the week is “Pensieri” by Fred Bongusto.
All created using BeatMaker 3 on the iPad.
Let’s get it!
What's new in MIDI Mod v1.4.6:All LFO's and the arpeggiator now respond to incoming MIDI transport control messages (play, stop, continue). Now you can trigger/sync any number of LFO's with an external sequencer. You can also trigger the arpeggiator when it is in latch mode, effectively turning it into a sequencer that you can start, stop, and resume with another device that sends transport messages. Just press the "TP" button to enable transport control. Be sure to set the input device in the settings first.
What's new in OPL AUv3 FM Synth v1.8:AUv3 parameter exposure for host automation.
iOS Universal build with iPhone support.
Enhanced AUv3 GUI window display fit.
AUv3 GUI scrolling using left and right border sides.
litmus* - 'Electromarch'
I made a song only using Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.
I recorded samples from gaming consoles and assembled them into an original song. Since the headphone jack of my Switch is broken, I had to record samples on TV mode and shoot a video separately. That's why the aux cable is not connected to my switch.
I used Nintendo Labo, Korg Gadget, Animal Crossing New Horizons and Super Mario Maker 2 on Nintendo Switch, and The Last of Us Part II(Yeah, I just bought this game only for make this video *lol*) and Ghost of Tsushima on PlayStation 4. All recorded sounds are post-processed on DAW(FL Studio 20).
This project is inspired by 'Starmachine2000' by Wintergatan - https://youtu.be/rEeiRXOlWUE
Have fun! :)