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pink sky music: KORG Volca Keys & Monotribe Sequence

YouTuber Pink Sky Music dusted off his old Korg Monotribe for this jam! I haven't seen one of these in ages. Here the Monotribe is next to its much younger, hotter, sister Volca Keys. He's also using Hexaglyphics, but that app is no longer available on the AppStore.

Correction: I thought it looked like Hexaglyphics, but PinkSky commented here that it is Quantum VJ!

Video Description:

A six-minute sonic exploration with the KORG Volca Keys and Monotribe. The Monotribe is running through a Zoom B1on, which is a very cheap multi-effect pedal, for chorus & reverb.

Reader Comments 3

Thanks for the shoutout, Tim! Always a crazy feeling to be browsing one of my favorite blogs and see one of my videos. However, I should mention that the iPad is actually running the brilliant Quantum VJ app by Alexander Zolotov, which is still available. I probably should have included that in the video description - that's my bad. Although, now that you mention it, I do miss Hexaglyphics :(

Also, the Volca may be younger and hotter, but the Monotribe ages like a fine wine. Cheers!
January 16, 2018  | person_outline PinkSky
You're most welcome! I know that feeling. I still remember the first time one of my videos showed up on Synthtopia. I was so excited I actually took a screenshot to email my mom!

And thanks for the correction!
This reminds me that I miss Hexaglyphics a lot. I wish I had a design document so I could take a crack at recreating it.
January 17, 2018  | person_outline Jason Land
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