QUICCO SOUND - OTOILET Let's get refreshed!

Bluetooth MIDI mi.1 manufacturer QUICCO SOUND has started a campaign to suggest businesses should convert their toilets to Karaoke booths. This is meant to offer a place for salarymen to find refuge and feel refreshed. They suggest you accomplish this with their OKARA oh.1 Bluetooth receiver that lets you stream audio from your phone to external audio equipment. Disco ball and throne are not included.

I love Japan. Please never be normal.

Video Description (Googlish and Tim Translation):

In commemoration of "KARAOKE Day", the special CM "OTOILET" by QUICCO SOUND Corporation. I want to make the stressful modern society more fun with the power of music! From such thought, I modified the office toilet to karaoke, and I created a concept movie that anyone can refresh by them self, back to themselves. Just by sending music from the handheld smartphone, karaoke starts suddenly in the toilet. Daily use can also flow all the stress to the water. "OTOILET" is a new proposal from QUICCO SOUND, a company that considers music and human relationships.

Hamamatsu based manufacturer produces sound and electronic musical instruments. We are shaping various ideas to make the world fun with music, such as a high quality Bluetooth receiver "oh.1", and device "mi.1" connecting the electronic piano and iPhone / iPad. Official website http://quicco.co.jp/en/

◆ What is "OKARA oh.1"?
A Bluetooth receiver that lets you easily enjoy the music of the smartphone with your own audio equipment, and with high sound quality. In a design that matches any equipment, using high quality solid wood. Pairing with smartphones extends from the latest audio equipment to nostalgic cassettes and CD / MD components, which makes music enjoyed more widely.

◆ "Campaign to enter OTOILET!" Campaign, here is the special site

State Azure - Distant Space

YouTuber State Azure creates a beautiful ambient soundscape with his modular rig and Elastic Drums!

Video Description:

Glitchy ambient soundscape with the 7U case + iPad for percussion running Elastic Drums.

Patch Notes:
Not much to say about this one, it's a very simple sample based piece. Using Rainmakers random trigger input from noise tools random out to generative constant randomisation in Rainmaker, which is being fed the output from iPad via the Line In 1u. Various modulation on the Rainmaker, pitch, comb size etc modulated by Modbox and 2hp Rnd. Extra glitch FX from Assimil8or into Pico DSP (granular delay) also modulated then through Cinnamon filter (HP) with cutoff modulated by Modbox.

Recorded direct to DAW. Some compression and limiting was added in post. No other FX.

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Chris Lody - Synthwave on Volca Keys synced to DS-10

YouTuber Chris Lody's latest Jamuary video features Korg Volca Keys synced to a Nintendo DS running Korg DS-10. The results can best be described as LoFi Vangelis! It's pretty damn awesome for its size.

Video Description:

Day 15 of Jamuary

Depressing news in Britain today, and with that in mind here's a bit of a 80's post apocalyptic movie soundtrack kind of thing, synthwave if you will, on a Korg Volca Keys synced up to Korg Ds-10 on the Nintendo Ds with my own little green tin box mixer. It's not a happy post apocalypse, by the sounds of it I think the robots are winning.

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KORG volca modular: Modular, Meet volca

Today KORG announced a couple of new additions to their Volca range! In addition to a new digital Volca Drum module, they have also unveiled the rumored Volca Modular. This is a semi-modular analog synth that should be arriving soon for $200! For that you get 50 patch points to play with!

I try to respect the styling of various brands. I know I'm being goofy with the lower d in discchord too. I just cannot keep up with KORG though. Now volca is supposed to be lower? Has it always been that way? Shit, I just checked my "volca bass" and it is indeed all lower. Meanwhile KORG is supposed to be all caps, which means whenever I read it back it sounds like shouting ironically. ALL SHALL KNEEL BEFORE KORG!

Meanwhile on YouTube, Korg is letting their branding slip with only a single capital letter in the name.

Video Description:

KORG volca modular is a semi-modular analog synthesizer in the KORG volca format that makes modular synthesis more accessible and understandable than ever before. Featuring 50 patch points for using the 20 included patch cables to connect the eight onboard modules in any way imaginable, volca modular was created with “West Coast Style” synthesis in mind, to offer a unique sound and design that deviates from traditional synthesis norms.

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Korg Volca Drum Mega Tutorial

Today Korg unveiled a new Volca Drum. Not to be confused with the previous Volca drum machine; the analog Volca Beats. The new Volca Drum is digital, for what they describe as an, "infinitely expanding world of sound-design." The Volca Drum is expected "early 2019" for $170.

YouTuber cuckoomusic has produced a Mega Tutorial for the new device!

Video Description:

Korg Volca Drum is a percussive synthesiser from Korg, in the Volca range. I find it quirky and fun, when departing from the drum territory.
Here's a long tutorial, with a lot of flavours of what it sounds like, and how you can work with it.

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