Recorded live straight from mixer to iPhone.
Fx: Zoom CDR 70 (HD reverb)
My first camera recording ever. Hope you like it
Pioneer updated their WeDJ app today with support for their new Pioneer DJ DDJ-200 controller. This $150 controller will be arriving sometime in the next month for $150. The update also brings support for BeatPort's streaming service Beatport LINK, and SoundCloud Go+.
Digital DJ Tips got ahold of the new DDJ-200 for this First Look.
Pioneer DJ’s new DDJ-200 controller, which was announced today and which we’ve got an exclusive first-look video tour of for you, is a bold move into the beginner market from the company.
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YouTuber Dan Baker explores the way you'd make digital music in the 80's on an Atari ST computer. This includes a look at a classic version of Cubase! To record audio he brings in a Fostex D-160 multitrack recorder.
I had to look up Fostex. Something in the 90's called a "magazine" (sounds like it might be French for Blog?) did a review for one in 1998. Back then a D-160 would run $5,000. They still seem pricey at $500 on eBay.
The Atari ST was the first computer to feature MIDI in and out as standard, dating all the way back to 1985. Smart thinking indeed....
Here, I put the Atari through its paces with Cubase version 2 (from 1989) and a Roland SC-880 sound module (a mere child at 1997...). Later on in the session, I include a MIDI timecode driven Fostex D-160 (also a 1997 whippersnapper) to record some audio over the top of the MIDI sequenced work.
The Atari works, works, works and still works. Its job is simple but powerful in the creation of your music. I've had it for 20 odd years, and it was ragged daily before that. Goodness knows how many songs it has made. At a third of a century old, it shows no signs of giving up...
You could think of it as GarageBand version 0.0!
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Gaz Williams found even more goodies for Sonic State at Superbooth! The Sensi M are a series of mini MIDI controllers that can be linked together, and used with your devices over Bluetooth. This is still very early in the prototype phase, with plans for a crowdfunding campaign at the end of the year. The larger of the two models will retail for around €100, while the smaller is €50.
Sensi M - in two different flavours so far, the master 'Pressure Atom' and a slave 'Turn Atom', gives you stick-on MIDI control over Bluetooth. The community based software 'Mcore' allows you to create, edit and share your firmware to allow for many different functions. More at the Sensisystems website.
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112bpm Telekno (#WTF🤪)
7 Digitakt Patterns using iPad for FX and looping.
"Kapshen" - The App on the iPad displaying message is not yet released, i'm just BETA testing for now. Would like to integrate Ableton Link for tighter sync. Currently it just uses a set bpm for sync'ing changes.