Peter Sandbach - Lies (Eurorack / Novation Circuit Jam)

YouTuber Peter Sandbach did a fun glitchy track with a Novation Circuit, small Eurorack, and Demora Module.

Video Description:

Bit of a front room disco with a trimmed down Eurorack setup and my Novation Circuit.

Rough patch notes:

Circuit midi clock, CV and Gate into Doepfer A190-4. CV to Brain Seed which samples and then CV out to 1v/Oct of Braids and Akemie's Taiko. Braids out to Disting delay.

Clocks messed with courtesy of Little Nerd to feed brain Seed, Akemie, Chronos and Doepfer ADSR. Lots of modulation multed with StackCables and fed to everything.

Circuit out to scooper in sampled and messed with using my custom 'crossfader patch'. The output 2 from scooper is a random cv from its lfo.

Recorded straight into iPad via an iRig guitar input cable.

Volca Double Jam

YouTuber DUNDERBAS is getting some amazing results out of his Volca Keys and Volca Bass on this one!

Video Description:

Volca Keys and Volca Bass
Reverb added in GarageBand
Recorded on a FCA202
Filmed on a trusty old iPhone 5

Welcome to my channel. Quickly set up this to do my first video. I thought I'd start a little easy. ;)
I intend to add more layers as I progress, but you can get a long way with just two devices and a little reverb for a start. I thought about rigging up a messy multi-MIDI/Ableton-sequenced/12-channel input setup, but don't worry. We'll get there eventually.
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Rheyne - Sequenced Jam #5

Rheyne's latest video has his trilogy of Moog Mother-32s self-sequenced, while he jams on a Fender Rhodes.

Video Description:

Playing a Make Noise 0-Coast with a KMI QuNexus (via MIDI) alongside 3x Moog Mother-32 sequences, plus a Fender Rhodes. Reverb is from 5 separate instances of Ableton's reverb. Ableton's clock is stopped, and is only being used to process reverb.


Live Jams on BandCamp:

DreamsOfWires - Intellijel Atlantis & iPulsaret

DreamsOfWires did a contemplative track on an Intellijel Atlantis with iPulsaret providing atmosphere!

Video Description:

Here's one I prepared earlier...
Ingredients: 1 sound of your choice, recorded into iPulsaret (any onboard mic will suffice). Mix and fold into a rough dough using iPulsaret's many parameters. Set to one side to cool. Then introduce some noodlings of filter resonance from the Atlantis, followed by a simple sequence of notes, into which you blend various waveforms until it starts to get boring.
Fortunately for me at least, such things don't seem to get old.
Recorded into Cubasis on an iPad with Virsyn's Audio Reverb. This composition started life as an iPulsaret recording, but in this version the Atlantis part was actually recorded first, then the iPulsaret overdubbed afterwards (thus making timing easier). Just a few recent, contextual video clips this time. It never seems to stop raining.
Thanks to everyone for your continued support, it means a lot.

Trilogy - A Keith Emerson Tribute by Saulo Gomes

YouTuber Saulo Gomes did a beautiful tribute to Keith Emerson on his Roland FA08 and Yamaha MOXF6, which he has connected to his iPad via iConnectAudio4+ running Arturia iSEM and Korg iM1.

Video Description:

Trilogy from 1972 Trilogy album by Emerson Lake and Palmer (ELP)

Arrangement and performance by Saulo Gomes based on Emerson Lake & Palmer. London: Manticore Music Limited music score, drums performance by Bellbrass and ELP recordings.

The use of any copyrighted material is under “fair use" intensions and is meant solely for instructional and entertainment purposes only.

Equipment and software list:
Roland FA08 – Synth workstation – piano, bass and synth sounds
Yamaha MOXF6 – Synth workstation – synth sounds
iConnectAudio4+ - MIDI and audio interface
Behringer FCB 1010 – MIDI foot controller
Dell Inspiron 15” notebook
iPad Air
AKG K250 MKII – headphone
Cubase Elements 7 – drums, bass and some organ parts tracks
EZDrummer - drums sound
Korg iM1 – organ sound
Arturia iSEM – bass sound

Workstations and virtual synths programming by Saulo Gomes.

My apologies for any mistake made in the execution of this song.

My intention was to perform a simple tribute to Keith Emerson, one of the greatest musicians that ever existed and his fabulous contribution to the world of music and rock.

A special consideration to Rachel Flowers, source of inspiration and all respect to this fabulous musician who helps to keep the memory of the Keith Emerson work.

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