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An iPad Musician posted he needed help getting out of a musical rut,there was a nice thread of suggestions,that night I played with the iPolysix Arpeggiator and noticed multiple ideas being handed to me on a plate,so I made this video and now I have a new motto: When I am hungry I eat,when I am in a musical rut I let the iPolysix Arpeggiator feed me until I am satisfied..
The Arpeggiator is an Inspiring tool that will never fail bringing ideas to the table.
An example of the Arturia MiniBrute controlling the modular by way of the arpeggiator’s control voltages. Modules by The Harvestman. All audio is from the modular. Signal chain is Piston Honda – Kuzminorgel – Bionic Lester – Double Andore – Tyme Sefari – Polivoks VCF – Evin 209 – Stilton Adapter direct to Mackie Onyx 820i.
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In the second part of this two-part video tutorial, Dubspot instructor and course designer Matt Shadetek shows how to control an arpeggiator in Logic’s Environment using the iPad as a second monitor.
In this video we’ll continue using the iPad as a touchscreen controller and look at how to apply this. If you missed part one of this tutorial please check it out first, it explains how to set up the Air Display app which will allow wireless connection of your iPad to your Mac or PC.
In this example we’re going to use Logic’s Environment to set up an arpeggiator with large buttons that toggle between different resolutions or arpeggiator rates. We’ll learn how to map MIDI control change data to the arpeggiator in the Environment and how to create large visual controls to send that data. We’ll take a look at using the button object in the Environment to send MIDI control change data, a technique which could be applied to many different workflows. The goal of the video, beyond the specific application, is to get you thinking creatively about ways to manipulate MIDI data in Logic’s Environment to create unique musical tools and customize your own setup. – Matt Shadetek
The Arpeggionome Pro is a professional MIDI controller designed specifically for iPad. With the Arpeggionome Pro, you design and perform intricate patterns of musical notes at incredible speeds and with precise control.
Dreamy and relaxing instrumental ambient space music performed & improvised live on Access Virus B synthesizer.
Created using 2 oscillators, delay, filter/envelope/LFO adjustments, resonance, and a simple repeating arpeggiator pattern.
All sounds you hear were played live and manipulated in real-time, no external processing. Excerpt taken from a longer session.
In this video, Arturia Sound Design Manager, Mike Hosker, shows you how to sync Spark with MiniBrute to create locked arpeggiated and LFO patterns with your beats.
u-he has released a video of an alpha version of the upcoming arpeggiator for its Diva virtual analog synthesizer.
The oscillators, filters and envelopes closely model components found in some of the great monophonic and polyphonic synthesizers of yesteryear. Modules can be mixed and matched so you can build hybrids, but what sets DIVA apart is the sheer authenticity of the analogue sound. This comes at the cost of quite a high CPU-hit, but we think it was worth it: Diva is the first native software synth that applies methods from industrial circuit simulators (e.g. PSpice) in realtime. The behaviour of zero-delay-feedback filters when pushed to the limit clearly demonstrates the advantages of this groundbreaking approach.
Luftrum 9 is a soundbank for DIVA set to release in start November. The soundbank contains cinematic pads, gentle arpeggios and synth emulations inspired by Tangerine Dream, Vangelis, Royksopp, Kraftwerk, Jean Michel Jarre, William Orbit etc. but also a few soundscapes, sound effects and strings found their way to the soundbank. 2/3 of the soundbank are pads and arpeggios – so it’s pad arp haven. Since DIVA doesn’t contain an arpeggiator yet, all arpeggios in the YouTube audio demo were made with the Kirnu Arpeggiator – which is free to download.
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Just got my Novation Supernova 2 so am learning the ropes! What a wonderful synthesizer..
In this video I’m just experimenting with a preset arp patch, some delay and reverb effects, resonance and filters.
Hope you enjoy the jam.
A quick tutorial on creating a simple Trance-type arpeggio sound with the Roland Juno-60.
Among the first in Roland’s amazing Juno family! Six analog voices of polyphony and patch memory storage!! The Juno-60 sounds great, however, like the Juno-6 it lacks MIDI control. The Juno-60 includes 56 patches of memory storage. The Juno-60 is still popular due in part to opinions that it sounds better (punchier) than the Juno-106. The Juno-6 and 60 are very rich sounding synthesizers and are great analog machines as long as you can withstand the absence of MIDI control. The JSQ-60 sequencer is an external sequencer controller for the Juno-60 and is usually worth acquiring.