Korg iKaossilator Live Beat Making

May 13, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Live Beat Making with Ipad Music App “Korg iKaossilator” by DJ Galactic : “I used my Apple Ipad2 and iKaossilator to make this little beat (House / Dance) from scratch and mix it live. I enjoyed playing around with this music application.”

Official Website
http://www.djgalactic.com

Music Ipad App Korg iKaossilator: Adobe Soundbooth

May 6, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Music Ipad App for the Korg iKaossilator. I exported the audio within Premiere to Soundbooth, saved the file which automatically updated the timeline in Premiere.

Electronic music with Battery Operated: Girls Only

April 21, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

What’s Battery Operated Girls Only?
We are a group of female music composers exclusively uses the battery operated electronic musical instruments, such as KORG DS-10, KORG M01, monotron, monotribe, kaosillator, mini-KP, microKORG, and so on, to make music.

Official Website:
http://denchikudoushiki.web.fc2.com/
SoundCloud:
http://soundcloud.com/battery-operated

iPad Music App – Korg iKaossilator

March 19, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Demo of iKaossilator from Korg.

Details of version 2:

Dynamic Synthesizer

Version 2

iKaossilator Version 2 is available now!
Audio export, iPad full-screen support, and many more new features

Having hit the Number 1 sales ranking in the Music Category of App stores around the world* the “iKaossilator” gadget instrument app has now been updated to Version 2! With the inclusion of many often-requested new features, iKaossilator is evolving at high speed. Announcing iKaossilator Version 2, the updated synthesizer app that allows anyone to make tracks like a pro using just their fingertips, regardless of their musical instrument abilities.
*Number 1 in gross sales for Japan, the USA, the UK, Germany, France, Italy, Canada, and Australia

New features added in iKaossilator Version 2

  • Audio Export records and saves your performance, just as you heard it
  • iPad native support allows the iKaossilator to fill the iPad’s large 9.7″ screen
  • “SoundCloud” allows users to share and remix loops with other users worldwide
  • “AudioCopy” provides an easy way to copy audio data between musical instrument apps
  • Flex Play makes it easy to generate fills and breaks

Audio Export saves your performance as a file
Now you can record your performance in real time, or export a completed loop as an audio file. By sending your creations to a Mac or PC via iTunes, you can share them with your friends or use them in a full-fledged music production. You can also upload them directly to SoundCloud.

KORG Kaossilator 2 & mini KAOSS PAD 2

January 21, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Live from the floor of NAMM 2012, an overview on the new KORG Kaossilator 2 and mini KAOSS PAD 2! Also check out the Kaossilator 2 preview at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmQeP3y1F2w and the mini KAOSS PAD 2 preview at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OeArHaC0e9U

KORG kaossilator 2 / mini kaoss pad 2 videos

January 20, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Now say hello to the impressive kaossilator 2. Boasting a powered-up sound generator, kaossilator 2 delivers synth and drum sounds spanning a wide range of genres, plus dramatically expanded loop recording. kaossialtor 2 is packed with capabilities that can be enjoyed alone on or together with other people. Use two loops to create DJ-like mixes. Use the internal mic to record guitar, vocal, or other audio source — just as with a looper effect. The Organic Electroluminescent (OEL) display provides superb visibility. Add to that a touch slider for ease of use, microSD card data saving, plus a built-in speaker and mic. All of these features reflect the enhancements incorporated into the sleek and exciting kaossialtor 2.

Now, welcome the mini kaoss pad 2! In addition to inheriting powerful effect programs from the KAOSS PAD KP3 and the KAOSS PAD QUAD, it provides an MP3 player with adjustable pitch, making the mini kaoss pad 2 unit ideal for creating DJ-Style performances. Use it as a DJ playback device, or use it to process the entire output of your DJ rig with Korg’s famous KAOSS effects. Instrumentalists, guitarists, sound designers and even just music fans will enjoy using the mini kaoss pad 2. The Organic Electroluminescent (OEL) display provides superb visibility. Add to that a touch slider for ease of use, microSD card data saving, plus a built-in speaker and mic. All of these features reflect the enhancements incorporated into the sleek and exciting mini kaoss pad 2.

 

iKaossilator Version 2.0: New Features

December 2, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Here’s an update to our previous post on the new iKaossilator: Korg’s iKaossilator app gets some great new upgrades with Version 2.0, including iPad native support, Audio Export, file sharing via SoundCloud, and more. Best of all, it’s free to existing iKaossilator owners!
http://www.korg.com/ikaossilator

iKaossilator Version 2 is available now!

November 30, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

And here is what´s new:

Audio export, iPad full-screen support, and many more new features

● Audio Export records and saves your performance, just as you heard it
● iPad native support allows the iKaossilator to fill the iPad’s large 9.7″ screen
● “SoundCloud” allows users to share and remix loops with other users worldwide
● “AudioCopy” provides an easy way to copy audio data between musical instrument apps
● Flex Play makes it easy to generate fills and breaks

☐ Audio Export saves your performance as a file
Now you can record your performance in real time, or export a completed loop as an audio file. By sending your creations to a Mac or PC via iTunes, you can share them with your friends or use them in a full-fledged music production. You can also upload them directly to SoundCloud.

☐ iPad native support provides full-screen (9.7″) iKaossilator enjoyment
Now you can perform taking full advantage of the iPad’s large 9.7″ display. Enjoy iKaossilator on your iPhone while riding public transportation, and on your iPad while performing live!

☐ “SoundCloud” allows sharing or remix loops with users worldwide
“SoundCloud” is a music distribution and sharing service that’s very popular among musical creators. The loops you create can now be uploaded directly to “SoundCloud” from within the app. If you attach the loop data when doing so, it will be shared to other users’ loop lists. Users worldwide will be exposed to new loops they’ve never heard, and can combine them with their own loops to create remixes. It’s a new way of enjoying music by and unleashing your iKaossilator’s potential throughout the world.

☐ “AudioCopy” lets you share audio data between musical instrument apps
Newly added support for “AudioCopy” from Sonoma Wire Works means that you can copy and paste audio data between apps. Audio data you export from iKaossilator can be sent to apps that support AudioPaste.

☐ Flex Play makes it easy to generate fills and breaks
Designed for live performance, the Flex Play feature makes it easy to generate fills or breaks. Touch and hold Length or Tempo buttons, and then try stroking the touchpad. Movement in the X-axis will change the Length of all parts, and movement in the Y-axis will change the Tempo, allowing you to add dynamic changes to your song that will further expand your performance possibilities.

Interesting Kaossilator advanced arpeggios demo

November 19, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

And here are the details:

you can get some really great arpeggios on the kpro by simply using an odd time signature over a straight beat. Here I use a normal breakbeat, then use a side chained synth chord, but with the .75 arp speed. i use the same arp with the original breakbeat to add a really great pocket to the beat that nicely coincides with the synth chords, since they are using the same arp. lots more videos on my channel.

iKaossilator GONG MOOD

October 26, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

“Some extra blurry shooting of some loop created with iKaossilator reminding me to the good old GONG sounds”

Whether it reminds you of GONG sounds as well, remains to be seen, especially if you read the following definition of GONG sounds – but perhaps the author refers to something else ;-)

Gongs are broadly of three types. Suspended gongs are more or less flat, circular discs of metal suspended vertically by means of a cord passed through holes near to the top rim. Bossed or nipple gongs have a raised centre boss and are often suspended and played horizontally. Bowl gongs are bowl-shaped, and rest on cushions and belong more to bells than gongs. Gongs are made mainly from bronze or brass but there are many other alloys in use.

Gongs produce two distinct types of sound. A gong with a substantially flat surface vibrates in multiple modes, giving a “crash” rather than a tuned note. This category of gong is sometimes called a tam-tam to distinguish it from the bossed gongs that give a tuned note. In Indonesian gamelan ensembles, some bossed gongs are deliberately made to generate in addition a beat note in the range from about 1 to 5 Hz. The use of the term “gong” for both these types of instrument is common.

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