MyOneManBand - Glitch Harp on RC-505 & ThumbJam

YouTuber MyOneManBand is exploring some interesting textures with the aid of his Boss RC-505 and ThumbJam. This one is a looping performance, so it takes a while to build up.

Video Description:

Todays jam is a move towards creating textures and glitches using the RC505 Scatter effect live whilst looping the ThumbJam app then adding extra beats through the MPC500 and synths from the MicroKorg XL

TTNM: Sci-fi Jam - AE Modular + Linnstrument

The Tuesday Night Machines is exploring a new modular synthesis form called Abused Electronics (AE) from Tangible Waves. Unlike Eurorack where modules tend to cost around $300 a pop, AE modules are about 1/10th of that. For €328.00 you can pick up a whole system! Here he demos the modular with Volt and iFretless Sax. If you'd like to see more of the AE modular system, TTNM has produced a short playlist to introduce it.

Video Description:

After filming the AE Modular Synth demo video, it's now time to make some actual music with the system. The Linnstrument is invited too of course and plays two iOS synths on the iPad. MORE INFO BELOW :)



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Roikat: 2 Free Banks for PO-32 Pocket Operator Tonic

YouTuber Roikat shared a couple of free banks for the Teenage Engineering PO-32, which you can "download" by hooking up your PO-32 to your headset jack while the video plays at 3:30 and 4:18.

Video Description:

This video features 2 banks of free sounds for the Teenage Engineering Pocket Operator PO-32 Tonic drum synthesizer. CAUTION: there are 2 loud and unpleasant PO-32 modem tones around 3:30 and 4:18. Each of these comprise sound and pattern data for the Pocket Operator PO-32. Please backup your own PO-32 sounds and data by recording a data tone before proceeding with sound transfer.

The PO-35 Speak can also allegedly load and play these sounds (with reduced polyphony.) I don't have a PO-35, so if anyone has a PO-35 and wants to try it, let me know in the comments if you can successfully load the sounds.

Sounds and Patterns demo 1:20
Bank One data transfer 3:30
Bank Two data transfer 4:18

If you wondered why this video is mentioned as second in a series, but you don't currently see the first video in the series: the first video is longer, with more background information on the PO-32, and my ancient video software is failing to render it. I'll post the first video as soon as it manages to render. Meanwhile, I wanted to test whether the PO-32 data survives YouTube's audio compression. I'll post a number of additional PO-32 sound and pattern banks in the future.

All sounds programmed in Sonic Charge MicroTonic by Roikat.

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d e a r a l a n - capital

YouTuber d e a r a l a n produced some excellent ambient with his Eurorack and an iPad running Borderlands!

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All sounds from the eurorack, except the bass and the glitchy percussion

recorded live

voice 1: mutable rings - 4MS tapographic delay

voice 2: mutable rings - intellijel uvcf - chase bliss warped vinyl - qu-bit nebulae v2

voice 3: intellijel plonk - alm MUM M8

pads: sounds from the modular, into iOS borderlands and soundfruuze, as well as a drone from nebulae v2 samples from rings

kick: 2HP kick

perc/drums: ableton drum rack into various effects

field recording: dictaphone (into cockpit)

bass: ableton operator

all sequenced by ableton/monome grid via shuttle control


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Sweetwater: IK Multimedia iRig Stomp I/O Review

Mitch Gallagher from Sweetwater shows off the IK iRig Stomp I/O pedal board! I miss his iOS Update show.

Video Description:

Get the IK Multimedia iRig Stomp I/O here:

iRig Stomp I/O comes with AmpliTube 4 Deluxe, featuring over 140 models including 25 amps and 33 stompbox effects.

The IK Multimedia iRig Stomp I/O's all-in-one design makes it useful in a variety of situations. You can use it as a USB pedalboard controller or an audio interface for your Mac, PC, or iOS device. It can also work as a standalone MIDI foot controller. The iRig Stomp I/O delivers 24-bit/96kHz audio, features a great-sounding mic preamp with phantom power, and comes with a host of practical I/O. An integrated device bay makes positioning your iPhone, iPad, or Microsoft Surface easy. The iRig Stomp I/O can be powered via USB or the included adapter and comes with an array of useful software and apps.

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