volca arranged by BakaOscillator.
Use, KORG volca Bass X2, Betas.
Keio (Korg) Mini Pops 7 Drum Machine + Roland RE 101 Space Echo
Keio Giken (former name of KORG in 60’s) Mini Pops 7 (1966, aka UNIVOX SR-95) + Roland Space Echo RE-101
KORG DSN-12 is an all-new music creation tool for Nintendo 3DS created by DETUNE and KORG. KORG DSN-12 features 12 analog-style synthesizers, with three effects each, plus a 64-pattern sequencer, and even a 3D oscilloscope so you can watch your music take shape!
Korg DSN-12 – an ‘analog-style’ synth app for the Nintendo 3DS – is now available.
Korg DSN-12 provides twelve monophonic synthesizers, based on the Korg MS-10 analog synthesizer. Each can have three effects, letting you create a broad range of sounds. You can assemble sequences into patterns, and save up to 64 patterns for use. Songs can be created by freely connecting patterns together.
Music: “Oscillodriver (Play the KORG DSN-12) ” composed by PAINTVOX.
*All the music including all sounds and FX processing was made with the KORG DSN-12
KORG DSN-12 is available for download from the Nintendo eShop in North & South America and Europe.
Legowelt has released a free sample library, featuring the 90’s-tastic virtual analog sounds of the Korg ER-1 drum machine.
The free sample library includes 150 .wav samples made with the Korg ER-1, including ‘Earthshaking Bass drums, crispy snares, audacious claps, sizzling hi hats, warbly FX + lots more!’
“When I was in Japan last month I made a samplepack from my Korg ER1 drumsynthesizer in my hotelroom
The Korg ER1 is a “digital virtual analogue” drumsynthesizer from 1999. This is basically a drum machine with a special synthesizer to make your own drums ounds.
It has a XOX style sequencer and the classic cool late 90s Korg pweieieieieuuuu delay effect.”
This track is entirely made with Korg MicroKorg using the presets from the “Analog MicroKorg” sound pack:http://www.albaecstasy.ro/microkorg-m…
Presets are compatible with Korg MS2000.
No additional effects were used, only a compressor on the mix.
Additional video content by the courtesy of http://www.spacetelescope.org
The Beatles Day Tripper
arranged by YMO
KORG DS-10 cover
Here’s the first chapter from a series of video that ‘gattobus’ is going to make about Korg MS-20.
“I’m going to show you some of the most cool and classic tricks you can do by patching cables in the right way
In this episode we talk about paraphony: how to play it duophonic, controlling each VCOs independently, using the keyboard and the trig button.”
Paraphonic synthesizers are synths that allow polyphonic control over the oscillators, but not polyphonic synthesis, because the oscillators run through a single, shared synthesis path. It’s like throat singing, where a single person sings two different pitches, but only has one throat and mouth, vs multiple people singing, with individual, independent voices.
A little jam with Teenage Engineering OP-1 Synthesizer, a Korg Volca Bass and a Bastl Instruments MicroGranny 2.0 Granular Sampler.
The OP-1 is playing drums and a synth part. Most are on effects send to the MS-70CDR for reverb/space effect. The Volca bass is also running through the Kaoss Pad.
Everything is synced via a Kenton USB Midi Host – so that when play is pressed on the OP-1 the Volca starts too and the Midi clock is also sent to the MicroGranny 2.0 so if I was playing with the knobs it would stay in time.
Another work-in-progress demo of the Dave Smith Instruments Mono Evolver Keyboard, the Moog Sub 37 Tribute Edition synth, and the Korg Wavedrum Global Edition. Recorded into Ableton Live 9 Suite with additional Piano track played using the Ableton Push controller.
Video shot with the Fujifilm X-E1 camera. Edited in Final Cut Pro X. Atomic blast footage is from a public domain film found at the Prelinger Archive.
Audio only version of this song can be found at – https://soundcloud.com/genshi/untitle…
Korg has introduced Cliphit– a new system that lets you turn anything into an electronic drumkit.
Korg says that Cliphit is designed for ‘casual playing’. That means some ‘pro’ features, like MIDI out, are left out.
Instead, Cliphit focuses on fun, letting you clip sensors to just about anything, plug them into the battery-powered sound module and play electronic percussion in a unique way.
To use Cliphit, you attach the clips, with their internal sensors, to a magazine, desk, or almost any surface, transforming it into a snare, hi-hat, or cymbal. You can also attach these clips to practice pads. And you can use them to play drums or programmed EFX sounds, which include things like dog sounds, cat sounds and hand clapping.
- A high-tech drum kit with three clips that trigger onboard drum samples
- Includes one footswitch to control kick sounds, with the ability to add one more for control of hi hat open/close
- Eleven kits are provided including hand percussion and sound effects kits
- 2W output, 3-inch speaker, and bass-reflex design deliver great-sounding tone
- Perform sounds by striking the CLIPHIT itself with your hand
- AUX IN jack lets you connect external sound sources such as an MP3 player to jam along
- Headphone jack for private practice
- Compact design
- Two-way power supply allows for battery operation
- Connections include: CLIP Input x 3, PEDAL Input x 2, AUX IN (Stereo mini jack), DC 9V jack, Headphone (Stereo mini jack)
Official pricing and availability info for the Cliphit is to be announced.