Youtube alias ‘massivebeatzz’ checks out the Aira, details below:
Just got my hands on a Roland AIRA series TR8! Watch the shaping of a Live house beat with this new concept of virtual analog drum box. Going through different kicks and snares etc, to put this “glowbaby” to the test!
Brian Eno’s – An Ending (Ascent) with images from Chantal Akerman news from home.
All music was done using Native Instruments Absynth
Korg’s Rich Formidoni explains the ins and outs of the drum machine-style step sequencer on the Kross Music Workstation.
Vintage synthesizer demo track by RetroSound
all synthesizer sounds: Moog Minimoog Analog Synthesizer (1972)
(bass, lead, sweeps, portamento, pads, fm-sounds)
drums: Roland TR-707
fx: reverb and delay
Synthesis and Samples are used in this demo. Wanted to focus on the Performance Mode during this composition. This mode allows you to assign parameters from any tracks to the pads and manipulate them with pressure!
The Vermona ER-9 is a rare East German rhythm box. The manufacturer is VEB (Volkseigener Betrieb) Klingenthaler Harmonikawerke.
It’s not programmable, but the presets are free combinable. Every drum sound has its own volume knob, that makes it flexible. Check out that GDR sound
This is an EDM cover version of the ever so popular Frozen Soundtrack tune, ‘Let it Go’. Originally performed by Hyorin of the K-pop group Sistar this version features Sachié Amira on vocals. Electric bass guitar performed by Herman Francis Ramanado. Featured hardware: Novation Launchpad, Ableton Push & Percussa AudioCubes. Hope you like it.
요즘 화제가 되고 있는 영화 Frozen 의 사운드 트랙 Let it Go 를 편곡 하여 만든 일렉트로닉 댄스 뮤직 입니다. 시스타 그룹의 효린의 버전을 바탕으로 만든 곡이며 Sachie Amira 가 제 작업의 보컬역할을 해주었습니다. 많은 관심과 사랑 부탁드립니다.
Background video description:
This is a patch I’ve been working on over the last days. It’s recorded live and nothing is added in post. The patch in short is:
Random arpeggio: Make Noise René to DPO to MMG. The René is controlled by a series af logic and gates which in turn are controlled by Doepfer A149-1 and A149-2. Doepfer A155 controlls the random freq and cutof for the MMG. Reverb from the A199.
Bassline: Make Noise Pressure Points to Intellijel Rubicon to Koma filter. Echo from the Pittsburgh Analog Delay
Weird sounds: 2 x Doepfer A110 which FM each other and controlled by Intellijel Planar and echo by Make Noise Echophon.
Stereo panning comes from 2 x Alesis Midiverb 4.
Available now from http://www.alphasphere.com/nexus-series
The interaction design of the 48 tactile pads allows sound to be triggered and manipulated with subtlety. Each pad is pressure and velocity sensitive and fully compatible with MIDI polyphonic aftertouch. The AlphaSphere is MIDI compatible, so you can use it in conjunction with all existing music production software. It is also OSC compatible and can be enabled as a controller for lighting and visual applications. Designed with musicality in mind, a series of logical notational arrangements can be mapped around the spherical hexagonal lattice form, representing a departure from linear musical convention. Explore the playing surface in combination with the accompanying software AlphaLive to unlock new musical ideas and your create own perfect ergonomic instrument. Enhance your musicianship.
AeroMIDI is a 3D MIDI controller for Mac and Windows. AeroMIDI uses 3D input devices, like the Leap Motion shown above, to track your hand in space allowing you to control any MIDI software or MIDI hardware.
AeroMIDI allows you to use your hands in 3D space to trigger notes and MIDI continuous controller messages. AeroMIDI works with any MIDI software or hardware.
Background video description:
I hooked my Sub Phatty up to my sound card so I could use Aeromidi for Leap to control a few functions… more to come.
for more info go to www.aeromidi.net