its nice to see videos like this, which reminds me of all the versatility that a machine like this actually has. Sometimes I play around with my MK2 and the results are underwhelming, and then I get into a groove and it starts to come to life out of nowhere. But I still know that it could be waaaaay better.
When I hear guys like Cenk add little details like “this noise machine is a great way to get the compressor to duck in time with the Kick” and little details like this pique my interest. As I feel these are the little details are the way to get the most out of a machine like this.
It occurs to me that most individuals that I’ve seen performing on youtube are not taking advantage of this sort of thing and just using the RYTM to make very basic drum sequences, which are not quite so impressive to me
Is there a main resource with all the tips and tricks others have found to make their drum patterns stick out from everyone else?
Seems that the majority of “tips and tricks” resources are reserved for the octatrack and all its intricacies. I’ve found some great threads on this forum just completely dedicated to mastering the octatrack.
but no such luck with the RYTM?
I know the answer is probably just messing with the machine more and more, but I would also like to have some references to speed my learning curve a bit!