Using loopers, ipad, bloc wave
Melodicka Bros does a lot of goofy videos, but this "way too happy" cover of Teen Spirit is the goofiest!
Hello there guys! This is how smells like teen spirit would probably sound if it was released in the 50s. And there's also a kazoo solo.
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While experimenting with syncing his Behringer MS1 and Volca Beats, Alex Fain got some great sounds out of the MS1 with the aid of some iOS effect apps!
Little test using MS1 in sync via CV out to CV in to Volca Beats, the MS1 pass thru the Behringer UCA 222 usb audio connected to IPhone XR where run AUM for give effects ( zero verb app and BLEASS delay and Wider Touch App for stereo effect).
The Volca and the MS1 pass thru JUST MIXER 5 and go out to Steinberg UR 22 for record with iPad with AudioShare .
Final master with Final touch app.
This is a test, I’m happy about It, the sequencer of MS1 is so complicated to understand but possible to approach.
The only bad thing is the mini mixer Just mixer 5 because have lot of noise.
Next time I’ll do better
Thanks for watching.
YouTuber enthusiasticElectrons made use of his iPad on this Frankenstein inspired jam with the Behringer Model D. His music app of choice is the Kindle eBook app! Here he has an electromagnetic (EM) pickup listening to the EM of the iPad as he flips through pages of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley's classic.
This is a musical book report on Frankenstein, written for the Bushwick Book Club, LA chapter.
It uses an electromagnetic pickup (like on a guitar) to listen to the electronic heart of an iPad flipping through the e-book of Frankenstein. The signal is run through a classic analog synthesizer for filtering, and the synth’s 3 oscillators add more electricity to the mix.
A shorter version was performed live at Molly Mallone’s on October 27, 2019. This is the extended, full version.
Instrumentation notes: iPad Kindle App, Electromagnetic pickup, through MXR 10-band EQ, into Behringer Model D Aux-in. Korg SQ-1 sequencer controls pitch and filter cutoff. Model D out through MXR Carbon Copy analog delay, recorded in Ableton with just a touch of Valhalla Vintage Verb reverb.