The classic Korg M1 piano was widely used in Italo Dance / House in the early 1990s.
Tutorial on how to use Cubasis with GarageBand and FL Studio instuments. Take the best from all your app.
Download Cubasis from AppStore – goo.gl/Zq89a
Read iPad DAW’s Overview – goo.gl/ZMmis
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Nice tutorial from Kip Kubin, details below:
I was trying to stretch my use of voltage inverters to create more interesting and varied timbres in a sequence using Ring Mod as the sound source.
I also wanted to use the Rene as a playable instrument and allow the grace notes to be random. I’m still wrapping my head around the RENE but it’s already has opened me up to new ways of using sequencers in my work.
Here is a simple two minute Ableton Live tip on how to fold and unfold groups using the Akai APC 40. All sounds created with the AfroDJMac Wind Chime Synths for Ableton. Available at : http://afrodjmac.spinshop.com/Home/details/167600
Little video showing how to open NLog AudioUnit in Apple’s Logic.
Drums. They’re absolutely everywhere and vital to most music. A good drum track can make or break a track. Luckily Mattias has some useful tricks up his sleeve to help you spice up your drum patterns!
Learn about ghost notes, tips for using REX loops to add some groove and how to create complex patterns in simple ways using polymeter.
NI’s 5.8 update to Reaktor makes connecting OSC much faster and easier.
Here we show how to quickly hook up Konkreet Performer to control the Newscool Reaktor ensemble, running as a VST plug-in in Ableton Live 8.
Konkreet Performer is available through the iTunes store
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.
Here’s a quick Ableton Live Tip on how to change the tempo and bpm when you trigger a scene in session view. This is a must know for live performance! Enjoy!
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