In a nutshell, life is a piece of shit, but it's also pretty awesome.
YouTuber crabbabuzz is doing some "simple synth stuff" that sounds pretty phenomenal. He's jamming on a KORG Minilogue, Novation Bass Station 2, Volca Bass, Volca Sample, and sequencing it all from modstep with Midiflow Splitter in Audiobus 3.
Just simple synth stuff. 4 devices : Korg Minilogue, Novation Bass Station 2, Korg Volca Bass, Korg Volca Sample. I've used IPad ModStep app to sequence this stuff throught Midi splitter and irig midi - yeah - there was some midi lags - this ipad is very old motherfucker. So Enjoy - Take Care, if you have any questions - please ask)
BANDCAMP : https://toddsmithmusic.bandcamp.com/
It's been a little bit since doing a ambient style track so I chilled out and laid out something more mellow/laid back today. I like the way it came out , hope you enjoy the results.
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: Hardware :
Teenage Engineering OP-1
Apple iPad Pro
: iOS :
Fab Filter Pro Q
The Critter & Guitari ETC is an amazing video synth with many parameters that enable to control how visuals react to music. A great feature it has is the way it reacts to incoming midi, be it midi clock, program change, and even better, full midi cc support over the main parameters.
Here is a demo of how I automate 4 of the 5 main knobs position using a nice ios app called MIDILFOS. This app features 4 independent midi LFOs that send CC to any parameters that accept incoming midi signal. In this case, the 4 LFOs are routed via iRig Midi to 4 of the 5 knobs controlling the ETC's parameters. Great for hands free visuals that react to midi during a live performance.
This is how it's set up:
iPhone with MIDILFOS receiving midi clock from the Aira MX-1 and sending midi to the ETC, via iRig midi.
Korg Electribe 2 sending midi notes to the ETC as well (both iRig and Electribe's midi outputs are merged using the Midi Solutions quadra merge and summed into the ETC.)
Shot at Studio A, Beirut.