Some time ago I presented the unofficial app for the Novation Circuit on my channel and the feedback was enormous. Many thanks at this point also on behalf of Yurii (programmer of the app) because that is clearly positive feedback on his work, which he does completely free of charge.
I had already promised to record an entire jam (1 hour) with the app because I just wanted to see how well it worked. And I can tell you: it works great.
Today's jam was created in one piece and completely improvised. Of course, there are always mistakes, but as I always say so beautifully: Without mistakes it is not real!
Here is the playlist:
0:00 Start 1:00 Adding a Bassline 7:00 Mellodramatic 10:30 Ping Ping Pong 13:40 Dark Matters 20:40 Analog Phone 23:15 Vintage Melody 28:01 Silent Suffering 32:50 Morse 37:20 Flowing Wave 42:00 Past-Future 50:00 Wavetablets 55:20 I saw you
So please don't be too critical, there were some really nice melodies and I'm glad that you can achieve such a good result with the app.
Using Zenology pro with the MC-101 - Buy or rent & how to use it. Roland Cloud is now offering Zenology Pro. It is running Roland Zen-Core synthesis. The same Zen-Core that runs in the MC-101, MC-707 and more. So how does one goes about making their sounds in Zenology Pro them using them in the MC-101? This is what I tackle today!
Electro/Industrial/EBM style jam with a hybrid setup containing various hardware and iOS synthesizers.
I've been slowly playing with this track as "synthesizer jams" in a few previous videos and this is my attempt to create a "final track". I'll be adding this track to my latest album, A Distant Love for Life. You can find A Distant Love for Life and all my previous music for 100% free (pay what you want) on Bandcamp.
: Gear Used : Behringer Model D Behringer Neutron Behringer TD-3 Behringer Crave MicroKorg M-Audio Code 49 Yamaha MG10XU Scarlett 18i8 (2nd Generation) iPad Pro x2
: iOS Software : Korg Gadget Auria Pro Fab Filter Timeless 2
Perplex On is among an elite group of sound designers tasked with producing the factory presets for Novation's new AFX Station. This limited edition version of the Novation Bass Station II ships with the Aphex Twin mode firmware. This mode allows for pure madness with per note patch variations. The firmware has been available for Bass Station II for years, so you now have a choice between picking up a used one for around $300 or this new model for $440. Here's a demo from Perplex On himself!
I had the immense honor of creating some official presets for the new Novation AFX STATION that come with the device! Here is an overview of them while skipping through and tinkering with them a bit. All sounds are coming directly from the AFX STATION and its internal sequencer, only a touch of reverb was added where i found it suitable. Enjoy!