I recorded a new song on monday at one oclock in the morning. This song developed from a live improvisation using my volca keys, my W7 and my mininova
I recorded a new song this weekend bass and melody where recorded using my volca keys, the strings are from my mininova. The track has been recorded using Ardour3
I bought a Volca Keys from Korg yesterday and recorded a short test sequence using ardour. All sounds are unprocessed except for a parametric equalizer to remove a high pitched hiss from the recording (damn you usb cable!). The only thing not from the volca keys is a basedrum sample.
The keys is a really awesome sounding little box.
I recorded a new song in my homestudio today. For this tune I used some iPad synths for the first time.
I made a short visualization for a dubstep loop using blender shape keys and an animated displacement modifier
you can download the blend file here
I recorded a new song using my synths and Ardour 3. This time I really couldn´t come up with a name for my song, but somehow I like "to be Named" :-)
I recorded a new song using my mininova and my midified korg monotron. I used Ardour 3 to record the track. Some parts have been recorded using my pushified launchpad mini with the help of pure data
I wrote a pure-data patch that allows me to use my launchpad mini to play my synthesizers. The scales use a similar layout to ableton push (hence the name pushy). To translate between the default midi mapping and the push layout I first used a div and a mod operation to find out what row and column a pressed button was in. Then I calculate the offset for each row to implement the quater shift everytime you go up one row. Then I use a puredata table that holds the scale to be played (currently major and minor) to create the midi-number. The base tone can be shifted up and down by 12 semitones using the E and F button or by 1 semitone using the C and D buttons.
To connect it to my midi equipment I use jack on my linux box and wire it to my synths using qjackctl.
you can download my puredata file here
I also recorded a short loop using the launchpad and my mininova
I have successfully midified my korg monotron using an arduino
This is the first short track I recorded I only used a drum loop and a view effect plugins (reverb, delay, chorus) beside my monotron. I will post photos, code examples and more detail this weekend - stay tuned :-)
Update: read more infos on my midification project here
This song started out as a short loop I created on my Nintendo 3DS using the Korg DS-10. I recorded it and added some loops I created using nanoloop on my android tablet and a basedrum created on my Korg monotron. The arpegiator loop, the melody and the base sound are from my novation mininova.