XTONE PRO 192K Professional Mobile Audio Interface

David Wallimann confirms my decision to remove my earrings 20 years ago. He also talks about guitar things, including an impressive interface that costs less than you might expect. There's an even cheaper model too.

Video Description:

►►Find out more about the XTONE Pro at http://www.xsonic.cc/

Specifically designed for software effects
192KHz Ultra-HD audio and 114db high dynamic range
XSPEED technology brings ultra-low latency
6 definable midi foot switches, expression pedal input
Guitar-specific input interface ensures a pure and clear sound
Support iOS, PC, Mac, and can be powered directly by them
Can be used for professional recording and music production
Studio-grade 50dB high-quality microphone preamp
48V phantom power
Zero-latency hardware monitor
MIDI IN/OUT interface
For guitar, bass, vocals, synthesizers
For rehearsal, bar, stage, recording
Include the redeem code of unlocking BIAS FX Essential pack

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Twitter
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OP-Z Sampling an iPhone

YouTuber Ollie Loops has a clever name, and a tutorial on how you can sample anything from your iPhone into an OP-Z!

Video Description:

In this video, we show you how to sample an Apple iPhone on the Teenage Engineering OP-Z Portable Synthesizer. With the addition of sampling on the OP-Z, a convenient way to sample audio clips is from an iPhone, since there is a high chance you may already have one in your pocket. We walk you through how to sample from an iPhone and share other helpful information. We also talk about the Apple Camera Adapter that is used to sample from an iPhone.

Note: An iPhone 8 Plus was used in this video, but you should be able to use any iPhone or iPad with a Lightning connector.

OP-Z Sampling Explained:
https://youtu.be/ycq-3mAXCH0

OP-Z Review:
https://youtu.be/BPb870j5Kss

Beat Fighter: OP-Z vs OP-1:
https://youtu.be/zCyAoz5z7l4

We have no affiliation with Apple or Teenage Engineering. This is not an ad, but an informative video about how the sample from an iPhone on the OP-Z.

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Teder & MacGyver 2.0 - Dusty Beach

YouTubers Teder Music and MacGyver 2.0 combined forces for this "beachy house" track, presumably recorded at a beach house. This table of gear comprises synths for all occasions and price points.

Video Description:

I visited MacGyver 2.0 whom I met at the Mute 19 show 1,5 years ago. We took out all our gear, synced our machines up and made some electronic live music happen. This is the second of three tracks we recorded: a beachy house track.

Be sure to checkout MacGyver 2.0 on soundcloud (https://soundcloud.com/macgyver-20) and youtube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP8A...

Instagram: https://instagram.com/tedermusic_
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tedermusic
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/tedermusic
Bandcamp: https://tedermusic.bandcamp.com

MacGyver 2.0 gear
Volca Keys
Volca FM
Volca Bass
Boss TB03
Roland SE-02

Teder gear
Elektron Octatrack
Elektron analog four
Elektron analog rytm
FMR RNC 1773 compressor
NanokeyStudio controller
iConnectMidi usb host
iPad w/ Animoog

4th of August 2019

Ultra Choice: AUM & OP-Z Sequencing Tutorial + Composition

YouTuber Ultra Choice has been doing some excellent OP-Z videos. His latest is an in depth tutorial on using the OP-Z as an 8-track sequencer for iPad apps. This starts off hand-held while he's covering all of the connections, but he switches to a tripod when the tutorial begins at 7:00. He's also taken my advice and presents this tutorial with direct audio so you can hear just how gorgeous it all sounds!

Video Description:

This is an in depth tutorial for using the Teenage Engineering OP-Z as an 8 track Bluetooth MIDI sequencer for AUM on iPad. I am using the OP-Z, along with the Korg nanoKontrol 2, Arturia Keystep, and Native Instruments Komplete Audio 6. You can do most of what I do with just the iPad and the OP-Z if you need a more portable setup and are okay with controlling faders in AUM using touch / inputting MIDI via the Z’s button keys. I do this all the time and it is awesome.

This video goes over configuring Audio Unit V3s and inter-app audio apps in AUM to be controlled by the OP-Z over Bluetooth MIDI. I also cover connecting the Korg nanoKontrol 2 to AUM to control faders and a low-pass filter. The Keystep is providing MIDI into the Z, and is powered by the Z’s internal battery. This will shorten the battery life when doing this.

TORAIZ SQUID - Multitrack Sequencer Tutorials: Using an iPad

Manufacturer Pioneer DJ released a lot of new videos on for Toriaz Squid on their YouTube channel. I was surprised to see an iPad tutorial among them, which shows how you can use the sequencer with music apps. This isn't particularly interesting on its own, but it is fascinating to see that they thought the iPad music making community deserved a video! They clearly put a lot of time into it too.

Video Description:

Connect the SQUID to an iPad via a USB adapter and you can use Midi-compatible audio apps.
We do not guarantee compatibility for all USB devices and Midi apps/software.

To watch all the videos, visit our website: http://bit.ly/2wQrejk
To find out more about the TORAIZ brand, visit: http://bit.ly/2wS57cm

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