Another composition using the Korg EMX alone (well, some of its sounds
went through the eventide space).
OP-1/VolcaBass/ReBirth Jam using Belkin Rockstar Headphone Splitter as a Passive Mixer. Well worth £10!
First jam using the Yamaha Tenori-on as a MIDI sequencer. The iPad (running Cubasis) and the iRig MIDI are working only as MIDI router and interface.
Primeira jam usando o Yamaha Tenori-on como sequenciador MIDI. O iPad (rodando o Cubasis) e a iRig MIDI estão funcionando somente como roteador e interface MIDI.
Adriano Clemente explains some production techniques and performs on the KORG taktile.
The KORG taktile / TRITON taktile are USB/MIDI controllers equipped with the same great-feeling, semi-weighted keyboard found on Korg’s KingKorg and Krome. Taktiles are loaded with functions that make them fun to use. Of course, the taktile also delivers the functionality expected from a MIDI controller. It provides all of the basic controls such as sliders, switches, and transport controls, all to make Interfacing with your favorite DAWs and plug-ins a seamless experience.
In addition, TRITON taktile adds 512 sounds from the legendary KORG TRITON – KORG’s best-selling Music Workstation. From your desktop to live stage performances, TRITON taktile is a USB MIDI controller that can be trusted in any performance situation.
For more information on the KORG taktile, head over tohttp://www.korg.com
Here Darren Glen demonstrates some of his mods for the Korg Volca Bass, adding a distortion /drive knob which kicks the Volca Bass into an angry growling silver beast, and a VCO Level mod to be able to individually control the level of the VCOs (the original Volca Bass only has VCO on or off option).
This is the same Depeche Mode cover you can find on ‘PanzerLyu’ channel, but now with the vocal line.
The singer is the one of the band Blue Orphans
Korg Volca Bass
Korg Volca Beats
Behringer Xenyx Q802USB
Behringer MicroMIX MX400
Behringer U-CONTROL UCA222
Voice overdubbed with Audacity Software
This is Felipe Frigerio aka “Barrote” in his home studio
Bronte play the following instruments:
DSI Mopho Synthesizer
Waldorf Blofeld Synth module
Roland Juno Gi
coming soon in youtube!
M-Audio Venom (only to control other synts)
Background video description:
Here’s my recreation of the music from the Mario Kart 8 E3 2013 trailer with a bit of my own personal twist. Man, I’m so excited for this game! I’ll be uploading the song to my Soundcloud account later, so keep an eye out for that. Please enjoy!
Joy Division cover, live in studio.
Moog Little Phatty
Korg Volca Keys
Gforce Virtual String Machine