KORG volca 16 keys / performed by Seth

October 27, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comments Off on KORG volca 16 keys / performed by Seth 

Seth are Tadahiko Sakamaki & Tatsuya Takahashi (KORG)

volca keys 16台を、開発者であるSethことコルグの坂巻匡彦と高橋達也が即興パフォーマンス­。

This video illustrates an improvisational performance by “Seth” featuring 16 Volca Keys synced together. “Seth” is the name of the musical collective which features Mr. Tadahiko Sakamaki (KORG Product Planner) and Mr. Tatsuya Takahashi (KORG Engineer).

本楽曲にボーカルとして元恵比寿マスカッツ・山口愛実さんを加えた「16Keys / Seth featuring Manami Yamaguchi」を収録!

– 電磁マシマCD2:

– 山口愛実:

– volca keys:

Moog Mother 32 and Korg MS20 Mini

October 23, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comments Off on Moog Mother 32 and Korg MS20 Mini 

The big name Modular synths. They like each other.

Time machine feat the KORG POLYSIX Analog Synthesizer

September 12, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comments Off on Time machine feat the KORG POLYSIX Analog Synthesizer 

Vintage synthesizer demo track featuring the classic Polysix
supported by UVI: http://bit.ly/retrosound-uvi

all synthesizer sounds: KORG POLYSIX Analog Synthesizer (1982)
drums: LinnDrum (1982)
recording: multi-tracking without midi
fx: reverb and delay

Korg MS-20 Mini Meltdown

September 7, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comments Off on Korg MS-20 Mini Meltdown 

All audio and video content by G-Storm Electro c.2015
blog http://gstormelectronica.blogspot.com/

Follow-up of the MS-20 mini bass excursion demo w/ some SQ-1 sequencer madness, modulation weirdness, and a patch that will make you wonder if the mini is having a meltdown. With a special appearance from a Boss DR-110 drum machine, the Accent Trigger Out is going to the SQ-1 Sync In. Again I have framed the shots so hopefully you can see all the settings and patch cable connections.

All sound taken raw from the mixer, no additional effects were used in capturing the audio.

The ELECTRIBE reborn – a full-fledged rhythm machine for iPhone

September 4, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comments Off on The ELECTRIBE reborn – a full-fledged rhythm machine for iPhone 


A full-fledged rhythm machine for iPhone. This app’s intuitive operation allows anyone to easily create powerful beats on the ELECTRIBE series. The enormously popular ELECTRIBE-R instantly became a must-have item for track-makers around the world, and now it’s been reborn as an app for iPhone.

With this app, we’ve effectively “put the original hardware chassis into your iPhone,” by faithfully reproducing the sound engine and design of the ELECTRIBE-R. We’ve also included the latest preset patterns and many new functions that are currently featured on the “iELECTRIBE for iPad”, released in 2010. , taking a further evolutionary step in technology. Taking advantage of the ease of use that you expect on iPhone, we have maximized the intuitive nature of the ELECTRIBE to make this new product worthy of its name: the iELECTRIBE mkII.

It won’t take long for you to enjoy the ultimate experience of the Electribe series. This apps intuitive nature and familiar interface make it easy to create beats with an analog feel that’s like nothing else.

Amazing rhythm machine that generates powerful grooves
We’ve perfectly replicated the thick-sounding synth engine of the ELECTRIBE-R and its intuitive step sequencer. Now you can instantly obtain extreme tonal changes and powerful rhythms with just one touch
Not only can iELECTRIBE for iPhone be easily enjoyed by anyone, but it also allows detailed beat-making that transcends iPhone specs. In addition to playing back the provided audio data, you can also freely synthesize sounds from a single waveform and combine those sounds into your own original beats. This allows for the true experience of music production that connects all musicians.

Three hundred built-in rhythm patterns that only this app can produce
With 64 of the latest preset patterns, 192 from the first-generation ELECTRIBE-R, and 32 template patterns for various genres, this app successfully draws out the full potential of the thick sounding analog beats. There are approximately 300 inimitable rhythm patterns that you’ll hear only from iELECTRIBE for iPhone. Electro, house, techno, drum’n’bass, dubstep, hip hop, techno pop, and IDM are some of the wide range of electronic music genres that are provided.

An ELECTRIBE that you can put in your pocket and take anywhere
Whether you’re on the train or bus while commuting to school or to work, at a coffee shop, or in your bedroom, you can enjoy beat-making anywhere and anytime you like. Your completed beats can be transferred to your DAW software via the audio export function. You can also use the WIST function to play wirelessly with a friend using two devices simultaneously.

Powerful functions that bring infinite possibilities to your grooves
We’ve packed maximum potential into this machine with eight types of powerful master effects featured on the upper-level models of the ELECTRIBE. This includes the ring modulation function of the ELECTRIBE-R and the cross-modulation function of the ELECTRIBE-R mkII. This app allows you to switch back and forth to choose between the two. It also includes the BEAT FLUTTER function that uses a proprietary randomizer to create fresh rhythms and the motion sequence function that remembers your knob movements. In addition, you can use an external USB-MIDI device such as the nanoPAD or nanoKONTROL for performance and control. There’s also support for the latest iOS technologies such as Inter-App Audio, Audiobus, Virtual MIDI, and iCloud.

Operating Requirements
OS: iOS 8 or later
Device: iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPod touch fifth-generation, iPod touch sixth-generation

*Because of differences in screen resolution between models of iPhone, the display is smaller on the iPhone 4s. For the best experience, we recommend using iPhone 5 or later.

The ELECTRIBE is on sale for $9.99 (which is 50% off for launch)

Get it here >>

Phone In Your Beatmaking! A remade iElectribe arrives for your iPhone, so you’re ready to play anytime, anywhere.
This was just announced, this is my “First Look” review. Lots more soon, stay tuned!
Note: Please listen with headphones, iElectribe beats have a lot of bass you can’t hear on smaller speakers! This is a direct “Line In” recording.
Yes, I realize the voice was recorded too loud, the next video will be better.

Do they sound the same? Check it out!

iElectribe for iPhone: https://itunes.apple.com/br/app/korg-…

Volca Sample Uploading Custom Sounds using Single Cell Software’s Caustic Editor

September 3, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comments Off on Volca Sample Uploading Custom Sounds using Single Cell Software’s Caustic Editor 

Using Ubuntu (with WINE) to upload samples to my Korg Volca Sample.
It is really easy!
You literally just open the samples in the editor, ad upload them to your Volca Sample.
I’ve included a demo of the pretty light show that happens.

These Samples were uploaded using Single Cell Software’s Caustic Editor

Nice demo of fabulous machine – Korg 800DV

August 28, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comments Off on Nice demo of fabulous machine – Korg 800DV 

GForce’s Dave Spiers takes a detailed look at the Korg 800DV or MaxiKorg. A Dual Voice and lovely synth from the early 1970s that was used by Vangelis, Soft Cell and Kitaro.

MS20 mini vs MS20: original how does it compare?

August 26, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comments Off on MS20 mini vs MS20: original how does it compare? 

The Korg MS-20 is a classic analog synth with some fairly unique features that are not found on other synths. Taking a critical ear to the 2013 reissue of this synth, I compare several sounds between an original MS-20 and the new MS-20 mini.

Korg ARP Odyssey vs. MiniMoog Model D (plus a bit of Hammond)

August 13, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comments Off on Korg ARP Odyssey vs. MiniMoog Model D (plus a bit of Hammond) 

Comparing the sounds of the new Korg ARP Odyssey with a MiniMoog Model D (circa 1974). Plus the Hammond M-100 gets in on the action.

Of course there will be snippets of your favorite prog rock tunes (poorly played I might add), because PROG ROCK WILL NEVER DIE!!!

Thanks to Andrew Amado for the synths & the editing.


Korg Monotribe Live Jam – Finger mania

August 12, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comments Off on Korg Monotribe Live Jam – Finger mania 

Finger mania


Monotribe Session 1 http://youtu.be/UkvpSkzcYWU
Monotribe Session 3 http://youtu.be/1VQspEzlK_o

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