Buchla inspired Digitone tutorial


#1

I thought I would share this tutorial video demonstrating how to create generative Buchla inspired compositions on the Digitone.


#2

Thanks for making and posting this video: I am going to look for the rest in the series.

Just a small note: I find (like a lot of online videos) that the volume level of the narration is much lower than the volume level of the music; could you make them more even in volume?


#3

3 minutes in and already my favorite Digitone video. You need to do a West Coast sound pack!


#4

I’ve been so resistant to the Digitone GAS… You’re like the cauliflower and broccoli of my gear lust.


#5

Great video, would definitely like to see more about how you programmed the sounds too. And maybe even a wee link to where we can get your music?


#6

Rats! That sounds great! Compelling me to get a replacement for the one I traded out


#7

Nice! (as always)


#8

Really dig that sound! Appreciate the share! A breakdown of the programming or even better, some patch exports, would be fantastic!


#9

Very nice!


#10

I’m 50% done with my west coast synthesis inspired sound pack.
It will be available next month!

Thanks!


#11

LOL! HAHAHA that’s awesome!


#12

I’m working on a series of tutorial videos going more in depth with how the patches are designed. I have a few shows and a panel discussion to do this month, then I’ll be in full-time youtube mode! Thanks a lot for the feedback!


#13

This is really cool. Thanks for sharing.

I’ve had similar thoughts on whipping the sequencer and arp (through p-locks) into a modular-esque place… It’s a cracking machine.


#14

Yeah this is really sweet. Please keep us posted!


#15

Now that the Synthplex convention is over, I’ll be back in the studio finishing the Sound Pack!


#16

Love the tones you conjured up in this video. Looking forward to the sound pack!


#17

I forgot to let the elektronauts the sound pack is available now!
Thanks for your ears.