haQ attaQ: Is it Worth Building Music Gear? | ECHO BASE

Jakob Haq created a DIY dual-delay rack effect he dubbed, "dub dub."

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Is it really worth building your own music gear? Why am I going out of my way to DIY my own Hardware Delay in the first place when low priced apps can do the same job? Thats what I’m going to try to answer in this episode of haQ attaQ, while also showing you something that I’ve been making on and of for over two years now. I present dub dub, a rack box with two Echo Base delay pedals inside. Huge thanks to Schaeffer AG for sponsor this episode by machining the dub dub panel!

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Michael Hellqvist - Tape Track Textures

YouTuber Michael Hellqvist produced some beautiful textures with his OP-Z.

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#opz #musictochillto #tapetrack

Frank Simeoni - Dark Techno Session Live (Full Analog)

YouTuber Frank Simeoni got some epic sounding Techno out of his collection of Volcas with a Microbrute.

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Enjoy this trip!

Making with:
Korg Volca Kick
Korg Volca Bass
Korg Volca Keys
Arturia Microbrute
Akay LPK25
Kenton midi usb host mk2
Focusrite Scarlett 18i8
Yamaha HS7

Gary P Hayes - FEAR OF FIRE

Gary P Hayes is back with another stunningly scenic Volca jam! This time he brought a EWI 4000 with him up into the mountains.

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Continuous live dawless jam / improvisation
Composed & Performed © Gary P Hayes
at Hargraves LO Blue Mountains Australia
on Korg Volca Bass, Volca Modular, Volca Drum, Volca Keys
Solos on Akai EWI 4000s Reverb on Strymon BlueSky
Licensed orchestral loop (from Nano Muzik Loops) on Digitech JamMan Solo XT
directly recorded on #ZoomH6 plus ambient sound
no other processing. Aerial cinematography © Gary P Hayes

Behringer TD-3 Announced

Clone manufacturer BEHRINGER has announced the imminent release of TD-3, their analog TB-303 clone. The announcement video shows off some of the features, including CV/MIDI and a built-in distortion, before going into a bunch of sound demos. There's no release date or price yet, but it is rumored to cost around $150.

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Are you ready for it?

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