lostsystems1 - Conundrum Lounge: Part 1

YouTuber lostsystems1 is producing some grungy dark beats with his Elektrons and SECTOR!

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Rhythm Kitchen - Angry Birds Man and Crazy Disco Funk

Reader Gerçek Dorman made a MIDI controller out of Play-Doh and an Arduino, with a fun demo to show it off!

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Yeah my new music is coming up with BBox, playdough, synthmaster and ableton live 10 drumrack. I play finger drum with sampler which I made with Bbox and PlayDoughs =) If you like it please do not forget to share, like and subscribe.

Peter F. Spiess - Raw Jam

YouTuber Peter F. Spiess has got a whole bunch of gear jamming out here including a Roland Echo RE-301, which are relatively rare and can't even be found on eBay! Drums are provided by Elastic Drums.

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A really rough live jam with various gear.
Just music, no talking.
The Octratrack is syncing the Circuit, the OP-1 (via Kenton Midi USB Host), the iPad (via Korg plugKEY) and sequencing the JU-06.
The MBP is solely used for recording.

Sadly some of the instruments are not visible in the video (the Roland Boutique JU-06 is positioned on the Roland Echo and the OP-1 on the other effect units).

Equipment used:
Elektron Octatrack
Novation Circuit
Roland Boutique JU-06
Teenage Engineering OP-1
Elastic Drums (iPad with Korg plugKEY)

Mackie ONYX-1620
Roland RE-301 Tape Echo
Boss SE-50
Ensoniq DP/2
TC Electronics Nova Delay
Logidy EPSi

Recorded through Edirol UA-4FX into Audacity without further editing or mastering. It's as basic and rough as it can be...

MESSE 2018: Playtronica - Play Your Fruit Bowl as an Instrument!

Sonic State is at Musikmesse where they found Playtronica; a mad scientist MIDI instrument that uses electric signals. It can use anything conductive as an input source. For this demo they use a spread of fruit! Unlike a lot of things shown at these trade shows, you can actually buy these today for $81 each.

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Slenterende Beer - 4-Minute Improvised Volca Jam #2

The Duo Slenterende Beer released a short Improv Jam on their Volcas. They get a nice big sound out of these tiny boxes with the aid of the Zoom MS-50G and MS-70CDR multi-effects.

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Our second attempt at a short jam for the #VOLCAJAMII contest on the "Korg Volca Series" Facebook group. Some of the most interesting restrictions of the contest that applied to us were: not allowed to use MIDI controllers, a maximum duration of 4 minutes.

Korg Volca Sample + Waldorf 2-Pole Analog Filter
Korg Volca Bass + Zoom MS-50G
Korg Volca FM + Zoom MS-70CDR
Korg Volca Keys + GFI System Specular Reverb V2
Behringer XENYX QX1002USB

Recorded with iPhone 7 and Behringer UCA202.
The little black boxes connected to the Volcas are ground loop isolators, to reduce background noise.

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