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.
For this session I used the novation launchpad step sequencer for bitwig to create sequences for my volca synths (hence the name)
also on soundcloud
For this animation I used the cell fracture addon on a mesh created from a bunch of metaballs.
To add a bit more drama, I created a soundtrack based on the "inception braam" sample I made using my volca bass
you can download the blend file here
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 :-/
I recreated the famous Inception Braaaam sound from the trailer using my volca bass and a KP Mini (for the reverb). The sound is known under a range of names like 'Inception Horns', 'Inception Braaam', 'That Trailer sound' and so on
here is an mp3 file of my creation and if you have no clue what I´m talking about watch this video on youtube that shows all the trailers featuring this particular sound. I think I will use it in one of my next blender animations - to make it sound more filmy :-)
A new Track using Bitwig-Studio and my Volcas - I controlled the Volca Bass using the External Instrument, and recorded it to an new audio track while turning the knobs. The effects on the bass track are from my Kaospad.
I got BitWig-Studio this week and this is the first complete track I´ve recorded. I used my volca beats and keys, my mininova and some of the internal instruments of bitwig. I really like the FM4-synth and the sampler in BitWig.
Mozart's "Sonate in C" (Köchel Verzeichniss 545) performed by the Volca-Trio
This is a recording of a live session using the 3 Korg Volcas trying to put the volca keys settings to extremes and explore all possible sounds
I finally managed to get the last one of the volca trio :-) Here is my first live session using all three volca machines.