YouTuber Tiny RobotZ brings us some very squelchy Acid Trance from his TT-303 and TD-3. Seriously don't even bother with this if you don't like hearing 303's squeal. If you do though, you're in for a treat. The expanded articulation on the TT-303's filter envelope is demonstrated perfectly here.
Behringer TD-3-BK Cyclone Analogic TT-303 MKII Roland Boutique TR-09
Korg Volca Bass Mini KP2S Boss Blues Driver
Behringer EM600 Flashback Delay Mooer EchoVerb Xenyx1002 USB
Teenage Engineering have released a new version of the PO-33 with Street Fighter branding at the same price as the PO-33, but the real star of this video is that Honda roadster. The S660 looks like the perfect evolution of Honda's sports cars; with features from the Del Sol and S2000 combined. They've even added a little Batmobile for flavor in the 2020 model. With an MSRP between $18,000-28,000 it is surprisingly affordable for such a sporty car. The S660 is designed to fit in the Japanese kei class of race cars, with a 660CC three-cylinder engine that tops out at only 63 horsepower. I'm not sure how far you could push that with aftermarket mods. Although it would be a huge step down from the 180 horsepower in my MINI Cooper S, I'd be very curious to give this a test drive and see what Honda's managed to pull off with this mid-engine design. Unfortunately I'm not going to get that chance because the S660 is only available in Japan. Why do you play with my emotions?
PO-133 Street Fighter: micro sampler with 40 second sample memory and built-in recording microphone. comes with samples and animations based on the Street Fighter game series.
Until Scotland gains its independence, Patrick from TheGarageBandGuide is beholden to some pretty slippery slander laws in the UK. He does a fine job of dancing around them in this video! I'm not even going to bother putting in my own Amazon link for this. The noise floor on it is simultaneously laughable and unusable.
Behringer Uphoria UM2 Review
For absolute beginners I can see the price point of the Behringer Uphoria UM2 being incredibly attractive. You simply will not find a cheaper 2 input Audio interface on the market today.
So my main questions going into this are can something THIS cheap give you great sounding and usable audio? And what trade offs have Behringer had to have made in terms of features to keep the price so low?