First up, no, I’m not paid to endorse this product. I just like it. With that out the way…
Following on from my first noodle with the 3003, I set about creating a track just using this lively little beast.
I got sidetracked and added other stuff but here’s just the 3003 parts with a few bars of (unfinished) track context at the end (inc Ableton Live Operator, Maschine and Waldorf Blofeld). The sections are either one, two or three 3003 layers with a touch of UAD EP34 delay on some elements.
Absolutely loving it!
This is the first 10 minutes of noodling with my new Studio Electronics Boomstar 3003.
This thing is brutal. F’ing love it.
Video when I can tear myself away.
This one is for @pulsewidthmod…
I’ve haven’t posted for aaaaages. Too busy in the day job, flood took studio out of action and to be honest I’ve been having too much fun just simply playing.
eBay has been my friend/enemy and I’ve been buying and selling various toys over the last few months.
So, seeing as I’ve got a new camera, I thought I’d share some of the fun I’ve been having simply using 4 midi tracks in Ableton, each with a midi arp enabled to slightly different settings with the tracks triggering…
Nord is just being used as a controller and a Faderfox LX2 is selecting the synths I’m using via Ableton.
This take is completely live and improvised as shown by mistakes, blurred video and no post prod whatsoever. Synths are going through UAD Apollo with Lexicon reverb plug in.
I might do more of these with better video, multiple cams and maybe some post recording tweaking soon. Maybe. If you want. Who knows. Just playing is the priority. I’m absolutely loving it.
Pianocade have launched a wonderfully oldschool chiptunes synth and midi-controller. Whilst it’s application is pretty specific, it looks beautiful and begs to be played with.
But, does it pass the tests…
Hmmm, that’s a no then unless Santa reads this. Check it out in the vid…
Narration is in Japanese but don’t worry, just listen to that beast in the first few minutes….
Welcome to Part 2 of the best music tech shops in New York.
You want modular? You’ve got modular…
This part accidentally focuses on modular synths for no other reason than a trip to Williamsburg brought with it three shops, all of which contained modular tech in varying degrees.