I recorded a dub track featuring my Yamaha B55 - recorded and mixed using Bitwig-Studio
This track was recorded and mixed in bitwig-studio using the built in synths and my mininova
I've drawn a quick sketch of my volca synths while waiting for a download. Using black ink and Copic markers
This track evolved from a recorded volca bass jam session. Except for the bass line all synths are softsynths from bitwig-studio
I have added a new gadget to my studio - eeeehm - desk, a passive mini mixer with 3 inputs for my volca synths. I´ve soldered together 4 mini 3.5 cm stereo jacks, 3 stereo potentiometers and 6 10kOhm resistors. Unfortunately I only had potentiometers laying around that need to be soldered to a circuit board to gain stability and they where really wobbly with my rats-nest cabling. So I used some sugru to keep them in place.
I also noticed that components that are upside down have their left and right side inverted :-/ so my knobs turn in the wrong direction now ... (just as a warning to others)
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Volca Bass vs Yamaha B55 - Analog gear from now meets analog gear from the late 70's
The session was recorded and mixed using Bitwig-studio.
Part II of my song "the long dawn" recorded using bitwig-studio, a lauchpad and my mininova
I created a new playlist on soundcloud today, featuring some of my songs.
This is a recording of a bitwig/launchpad/volca jam session that evolved around a saxophone sample that comes with bitwig. I also intended to record a video of the session but unfortunately I forgot to check the batteries of my camera so I only recorded the first 2 seconds :-/
Mozart's "Sonate in C" (Köchel Verzeichniss 545) performed by the Volca-Trio