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.
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
PanzerLyu has made this DM cover, video description below:
One of my favourite songs of Depeche Mode, from a great LP “Music for the masses”
no DAW , no overdubbing.
Background video description:
My second version of the classic Cure song.
I was not satisfied of my first run uploaded some weeks ago….so,
this time some changes on Volca Keys patterns, different bass sound whit FX., different ending.
And finally sound from the mixer.
Main Melody : Korg Volca Keys
Bass line : Arturia Microbrute , through Digitech BP 50 digital FX.
Added flanger and a little reverb
Drums : Korg Volca Beats
no overdubbing, no DAW.
what you hear is what I play.
This is a quick demo of the Korg Volca Beats. Enjoy!
Live performance by Ciacci Simone a.k.a. “Storm 3003″
Select HD for a better experience!
Equipment for this video:
– Elektron Analog Four
– Korg Volca Beats
Check Out = “DARK JAM”:
Quick demonstration of a few ways to sync the Volca Beats to my modular:
1. Using arpeggio notes of the Korg Microstation to trigger the Volca Beats (trigger in) via a midi to cv convertor (Kilpatrick in this case)
2. Midi clock in the Volca Beats (midi through on the Kilpatrick)
3. Using trigger out of the sequencer (clock out works also)
Op-1 connected to an iMac and sending MIDI for Volca Keys and EMW Modular Synth with Ableton Live. Endless sequencer is a lot of fun, Volca Keys is a great partner for the op-1 and the little EMW Modular sounds awesome.