86 bpm jam involving a Roland TB-03, a Volca Kick and a MiniKaoss Pad.
YouTuber PROPHÆT ERROR is feeling fear, anxiety, loneliness, darkness, and perhaps even hope, as he sinks into the darkness of the sea. He takes this journey with his Novation Circuit, Korg Minilogue, and samples from the original Ghost In the Shell movie. The trip takes us through some phenomenal Dark Synthwave!
Hey guys, check out my first DARK SYNTH track in live version!
- Novation Circuit (drums, bass, rythmic synth)
- KORG minilogue (lead synth)
- Digitech Polara (reverb for minilogue)
- Ableton Live Lite (only a MIDI sequencer with program change automations)
- Apple iPad Pro (Samplr app)
Live jam with 4 Volcas and a bunch of effects.
Korg Volca Sample
Korg Volca Bass + Zoom MS-50G
Korg Volca FM + Zoom MS-70CDR
Korg Volca Keys + Strymon BigSky
Arturia Beatstep Pro
Retrokits RK-004 + RK-002
Behringer XENYX UFX1204
Video recorded with iPhone 7. Audio recorded with UFX1204 in "standalone" mode, recording directly to USB HDD.
If you have questions about how everything (Volcas, effects, controllers) is connected (power, audio, MIDI), check out this video: https://youtu.be/lGTxhh5q1W4
This jam contains some awesome Volca FM bass patches by Oscillator Sink: https://www.youtube.com/c/OscillatorSink
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Akai has released a new dedicated controller for FL Studio. The $200 Akai Fire is priced quite competitively compared to Ableton's $800 Push controller. The Fire is primarily laid out as a drum sequencer, but it does have a Note mode that allows it to be used as a MIDI keyboard. Note that this seems to only be intended for use with the desktop version of FL Studio. Perhaps we'll see FL Studio Mobile support down the line.
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RetroSound brings us a tutorial for 1982's PPG Wave 2.2. It is fascinating to see the workflow on this beast. Apps have always been a much cheaper alternative to hardware, but this video sure makes me appreciate how much better our workflow is too. Also, look at those 8" diskette drives!
(c) 2018 vintage synthesizer demo by RetroSound
How to video:
Sampling with the PPG Wave System from 1982.
The video shows the sample analysis and programming of new wave and wavetables for the PPG wave 2.2 Synthesizer.
The Waveterm is the heart of the legendary PPG system and based on an old german computer called Eltec Eurocom II with Motorola 6809 processor.
- creation of Waves and Wavetables
- fourier analysis / resonator
- additive synthesis
- 8 bit Sampling for the WAVE 2.2
- sequencer / event generator
- storage of sounds on 8" disc
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